Contemporary Luxury Residence in Mosman

Contemporary Luxury Residence in Mosman

Designed by Burley Katon Halliday in Mosman – a suburb of Sydney, at 15a Burran Avenue, the stylish house is a work of art that adds functionality in the most exquisite way. Covering some 877 sqm with contemporary furniture and elegant furnishings, the near-waterfront residence has a grass tennis court, a heated pool and spa, five bedrooms, an office, a grand formal living and a sophisticated stone kitchen. Nothing short of breathtaking, we’ll definitely have to break the bank to afford such an amazing home. Don’t you just hate being poor? – via


  • Rebecca Malik March 5, 2009 at 22:29 PMLogin to Reply →

    This place is stunning. I particularly love the expansive, open view off the bedroom. Thanks for posting these images.

  • Burley Katon – Luxury Residence - Interior Design - Home Interior | Office Interior | Apartment Interior February 16, 2011 at 04:25 AMLogin to Reply →

    […] Luxurious residence at 15a Burran Avenue in Mosman a suburb of Sydney designe dby Burley Katon in open space concept through height ceiling, large frameless walls to maximize the surrounds views. Its 877 square meters area with contemporary furniture and elegant furnishing with grass tennis court, heated pool and spa also features five bedrooms, home office, grand formal living and stone kitchen design. The living room connect to outdoor dining room which sits on balcony overlooking the sea, such like want to pampering guests and occupants magnificent views while gathering or have meals. That beach views visible from every room, just like want to give a distinctive atmosphere and make the occupants enjoy the natural touch of surrounds. [via] […]

  • David Traversa January 4, 2015 at 04:26 AMLogin to Reply →

    Good looking house (specially outside) but I don´t share the enthusiasm of the article about the “elegant furnishings” (too ¨Ikeaish¨ if you ask me) and that “Nothing short of breathtaking” qualification… a bit overrated n’est pas?

  • David Traversa January 4, 2015 at 04:34 AMLogin to Reply →

    Oh, yes! I forgot. The article ends with “Don’t you just hate being poor?” and I must say that I totally agree with that statement.