Transformed 1906 Mosman Arts and Craft for sale – Atlas

This three level Mosman residence delivers understated elegance across a myriad of sprawling indoor/outdoor entertaining spaces close to the vibrant heart of Mosman in Sydney’s north.

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The 3-storey home is owned by Brooke & Leith Testoni, who worked with Hampton Architecture, Revolution Building, and AP Design House to craft the sympathetic and contemporary transformation from its original Arts and Craft style over several years.

“We immediately had a vision to transform this historic 1906’s gem into something truly extraordinary. We were determined to create a living space that would not only reflect our personal style but also exceed the highest standards of craftsmanship and design,” the Testonis told to LUXURY LIST WEEKEND.

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“To bring our vision to life, we assembled a team of exceptional professionals who shared our passion for creating an exceptional home. Working closely with architect Adam Hampton, renowned for his ability to blend timeless elegance with modern functionality, we knew we had found the perfect partner,” they explained.

“Together with our trusted builder, Damien Lane from Revolution Building, we embarked on a journey to create a home that we believe is truly exquisite. Damien’s commitment to quality and his unwavering dedication to delivering excellence ensured that every aspect of the construction process was executed to perfection.

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But it wasn’t just about the structure. 

“We wanted every detail of this home to exude a sense of refined luxury. That’s why we turned to interior designer Alexandra Ponting from AP Design House. With her keen eye for beauty and meticulous attention to detail, Alexandra helped us craft a space that is both inviting and awe-inspiring.”

“Throughout the collaboration, we witnessed the house transform into a home that is a testament to our vision and the expertise of our team. It is a place where every corner, every room, and every detail speaks of the love and care we poured into it.”

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The updated layout offers a choice of stunning formal and informal living/dining rooms with a sun-soaked north west to rear aspect.

“Stepping into this remarkable home, you’ll immediately notice that the attention to detail and craftsmanship are truly unparalleled,” Scott Thornton told LUXURY LIST WEEKEND.

“The care and skill invested set it apart, creating an ambiance that’s both welcoming and refined. Additionally, it’s worth noting the wonderful convenience of its location near Mosman Village. The easy access to the village adds an extra layer of practicality to the charm of this home,” Scott said.

“It’s a combination that’s hard to find – where exceptional craftsmanship meets unbeatable location, creating a living experience that’s truly one-of-a-kind.”

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Speaking to LUXURY LIST WEEKEND Hampton Architecture Director, Adam Hampton said, “This project sought to restore and celebrate the traditional Arts and Crafts features of the home and blend these elements with the contemporary requirements of modern living.

As well as improving its functionality and flow with generous open planning and the inspired use of large arches as doorways connecting the home to its landscape and pool, a new spirit has been injected into the home which has given it a renewed sense of life and lifestyle.”

“With a concerted effort to seek and execute the highest standards of craftsmanship and design, the final result is a beautifully bespoke home that has carefully enveloped its significant details and character with a warm and contemporary palette of textures and fittings.”

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There are 5 bedrooms including a palatial parents’ retreat, featuring an oversized ensuite, and dressing room, while all bathrooms are dressed in tumbled Italian marble.

The lower level kitchen displays Carrara marble, Lacanche oven, and butlers’ pantry, leading outside to teak decking that overlooks the gas heated pool and established olive grove.

Other details include soaring 3.25 metre ceilings throughout, Roasted Peat timber flooring, 28 solar panels, laundry chute and lock-up garage.

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The auction will be held on-site at 1:15 PM on Saturday 2 September 2023.

To arrange a private inspection or enquire about a price guide phone or email Scott Thornton of Atlas or Michael Coombs of Atlas via the contact form below. 

To view the listing or for more information click here.

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