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Sydney’s Lower North Shore Under $2M

Soak in the views of Sydney’s north.

By Terry Christodoulou
Tue, Nov 9, 2021 4:22pmGrey Clock 3 min

1701/37 Glen Street, Milsons Point, NSW

With superb, sweeping views from Barangaroo to Lavender Bay comes a spacious light-filled 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1 car parking residence in Milsons Point.

The 107sqm apartment sees an expansive master bedroom that features an ensuite and built-in-robe alongside a sizeable second bedroom.

With its elevated vantage point, peer from the kitchen to across the harbour and enjoy everything Milsons Point has to offer on your doorstep. Minutes away from the CBD and this Harbourside haven needs to be seen to be believed.

The listing is with Milson Real Estate;


7 Doris Street, North Sydney, NSW

Found in a quiet North Sydney street is this romantic 3-bedroom, 1-bathroom Victorian terrace is perfectly positioned to enjoy the best of the lower north shore.

Inside the home sees fresh, airy living and dining areas with an original fireplace, high ceilings and many period details.

Two entertainment decks enjoy elevated leafy outlooks.

Elsewhere the home sees three upstairs bedrooms including one single bedroom study.

The listing is with Richardson & Wrench North Sydney;


60/2 Crows Nest Road, Waverton, NSW

Perched in a lofty position within the ‘Marquis’ building, capturing views of the Harbour Bridge, CBD and beyond comes this contemporary apartment.

The 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1-car parking abode presents a lifestyle of supreme convenience just footsteps to Waverton village shops and train station for rapid CBD access.

Inside the apartment is complete with high ceilings, floating Oak floors, crisp white interiors, open plan living, and an entertaining balcony.

A large Caesarstone kitchen with electric cooking and quality appliances rounds out the kitchen.

Elsewhere the main bedroom is equipped with the ensuite and extensive built-in wardrobes.

Two generously sized bedrooms with built-ins and modern bathrooms complete the home.

The listing is with Belle Property Neutral Bay, auction guide $1.9 million.


2/178 West Street, Crows Nest, NSW

 Stylish and functional, within an easy stroll to Crows Nest and Cammeray comes this 2-bedroom, 1 bathrooms, 2 car split level townhouse.

Inside the residence sees a fully renovated stone kitchen with an island bench and Miele appliances.

The large open-plan design guides one to the wraparound courtyard that is ideal for entertaining.

The home features underfloor heating in the downstairs kitchen and living areas and a large bedroom with built-ins and air conditioning throughout.

The bedrooms come with built-ins with an additional study upstairs.

The listing is with McGrath Crows Nest, price guide $1,9 million.


27/1A Bond Street, Mosman, NSW

While right on the budget limit, this newly renovated dual level apartment in the heart of Mosman brings invigorating interiors set within walking distance of Bridgepoint Shopping Centre, village shops, bars, cafes, dining and Balmoral Beach.

The kitchen has been fitted with CaesarStone, Westinghouse appliances, Zip Tapware and more while Three generous bedrooms including one with ensuite are found within the home.

Replete with Blackbutt timber floors, a Sonos sound system and storage aplenty, it’s a must-see.

Manager by Belle Property, price guide $2-2.2 million.


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