Famous for its harbourside beaches, parks and relaxed village feel, Mosman is one of Sydney’s premier suburbs and home to some of our city’s finest homes and units. From studio apartments to architecturally designed homes and grand federation estates - there’s something for everyone.
Mosman offers wide appeal for many demographics - from families to downsizers, investors and professional couples. There are excellent schools - private, public and catholic - and an the easy commute by bus or ferry to the city. Clifton Gardens, Balmoral and Chinaman’s Beach, and Taronga Zoo are right on your doorstep, as are the shops, services, cafes and restaurants along Military Road.
It’s no wonder it’s an area in high demand. According to Corelogic, the median house sales price sits at $3,910,000 in early 2018, and grew 10.28% over 2017. Units in Mosman have a median sales price of $1,200,000, and grew at 8.86% over 2017.
Who lives in Mosman?
2.4 average people per household
42 median age
Most people work in professional or managerial jobs
Main industries of employment are banking, legal, finance and investment, computer system design and real estate.
$2,522 median weekly household income
Housing stock in Mosman
62.8% owner occupied vs 34.3% rented
35.4% freestanding houses
12.1% semi-detached, row or terrace houses, townhouses
51.7% flats or apartments
Mosman by the numbers
8km to the Sydney CBD
$3,910,000 Median sales price for houses
$1,200,000 Median sales price for units
Median mortgage repayments $3000/month
We’ve compiled a free market snapshot you can download, to share with you some of the market trends we’ve been seeing in the Lower North Shore and Mosman area. If you’d like to know more about anything you read, please get in touch.
And if you’re interested in buying or selling in Mosman contact our team today.
[Sources:] Corelogic, Census 2016, realestate.com.au, figures correct as of March