Exeter garden estate sold for the first time in over two decades

Exeter garden estate sold for the first time in over two decades
Exeter garden estate sold for the first time in over two decades

The Exeter garden estate Allways has sold for the first time in over two decades, selling for $2.3 million.

It initially sought $2.25 million when first listed in 2015. It's been on and off the market since.

The 2.35 hectare property, last traded for $390,000 in 1999, is described as a quintessential Highlands estate by its The Agency selling agents Cameron McKillop and Nathaniel Berry.

Exeter garden estate sold for the first time in over two decades

The two level, three bedroom main homestead features a country kitchen with walk-in pantry. 

In the garden is an artist's or music room with views over the garden. There's a workshop with mezzanine and a gazebo in the old orchard.

Exeter garden estate sold for the first time in over two decades

The espaliered apple orchard features varieties of 250 heritage English apples are just coming in to fruit.

The landscaped veggie patch and citrus gardens are protected behind an early sand stocked brick high wall. There's also a lake on the property.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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