A village connected to the pulse of a modern metropolis . . . somehow Mosman successfully manages to fuse these two seemingly disparate attributes.

Fringed by coastal beauty and flecked with classic homes, verdant lawns, fragrant gardens and bountiful parks, Mosman is the jewel in the crown of the Lower North Shore.

HELM has been fortunate enough to secure a rare site at 35-39 Heydon Street, Mosman where it will craft nine prestigious three-bedroom apartments ideally suited to owner-occupiers.

Heydon Street is one of the few cul-de-sacs in Mosman so there is no through-traffic -- a real blessing for the cosmopolitan Lower North Shore.

A further bonus is that HELM’s 1,133sqm site is situated at the turning-circle end of the heritage listed Heydon Street, where the serenity is complemented by leafy views over Middle Harbour to Castlecrag and Northbridge. At the southern end of Heydon Street is one of Mosman’s many landmarks, St Luke’s Anglican Church, which was originally built in 1910.

Just footsteps away is bustling Bridgepoint Shopping Centre and renowned Mosman cafes, restaurants, boutiques, providores, including the acclaimed ‘Fourth Village’ and specialty shops. Well connected to the CBD via regular public bus services, Mosman Village is home to the Mosman Civic Centre, the Mosman Public Library, and to Allan Border Oval. Here, during the summer months, you’ll be able to watch young Whales – the nomenclature of Mosman’s cricket teams – striving to emulate the on-field aplomb of AB, who grew up within a lofted drive of the oval.