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Apartment of The Week!

By Shayna Builder

The height of luxury

This penthouse apartment leaves little left to want!

The apartment at 22/1-5 Mandolong Rd, Mosman has a guide of $4m-$4.4m.

This triangularshaped penthouse apartment has one main point: entertaining outdoors.

It’s the rooftop terrace that makes this place special, with panoramic views from the Opera House and city skyline through to Balmoral and North Head.

“This one will definitely appeal to people who like to entertain,” says agent Geoff Allan.

The apartment includes a whopping 497 sqm on title, with 339 sqm of outdoor space.

The fourth-floor rooftop has a sleek outdoor kitchen with built-in barbecue, Smeg rangehood and integrated fridges — perfect for New Year’s Eve parties and weekend barbecues.

There’s also a covered hot tub perched right in the corner overlooking Balmoral.

The actual apartment isn’t too shabby either, with 158 sqm of living space. The current owners lived here with a child and a dog.

There’s a study nook in the entrance hallway, along with a generous wall of storage fitted out with Poggenpohl cabinetry.

A kitchen continues the Poggenpohl theme with an integrated fridge and freezer, Neff appliances and smart black and white cabinetry.

The open-plan living and dining space has sliding doors to a terrace edged with charcoal pots containing clipped box hedge, rosemary and frangipanis.

The apartment comes with built-in big screen television — a Sony Bravia, to be precise — and more stylish cabinetry to hide cables and odds and ends.

The main bedroom has generous built-ins on two walls, with an ensuite larger than the main bathroom.

The second and third bedrooms both open to the outdoor terrace and share a bathroom, adjacent to the separate main laundry.

The three-bedroom unit has a price guide of $4 million — $4.4 million. For more information contact Ray White Lower North Shore, Geoff Smith on 0418 643 923 and Geoff Allan on 0414 426 424.

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