Monaco-based mining entrepreneur Chris Kyriakou lists Eleuthera, his Exeter rural property

Monaco-based mining entrepreneur Chris Kyriakou lists Eleuthera, his Exeter rural property
Monaco-based mining entrepreneur Chris Kyriakou lists Eleuthera, his Exeter rural property

Eleuthera, the Exeter farm tops the list of early spring prestige NSW Southern Highland offerings after its wet-ended winter.

It is a 40 hectare estate with a stone, glass and masonry five bedroom, three bathroom home inspired by the modernist architectural forms of Frank Lloyd Wright.

There are large picture windows with views over the gardens and beyond.

The home comes with two kitchens - the internal chef’s kitchen with AGA plus the inner courtyard outdoor kitchen.

The grounds have pool, tennis court, three bedroom manager’s cottage and stables.

It comes with heated pool, tennis court, three bedroom manager’s cottage, and two bedroom barn style guest accommodation and stables.

The property is about one and a half hours from Sydney and an hour from Canberra.

Drew Lindsay at Drew Lindsay Real Estate is giving $6.5 million price guidance for the redundant home of his Monaco-based vendor, mining entrepreneur Chris Kyriakou.

The district's last big sale was reported by Property Observer in April when the Sydney based car dealer, John Newell secured the 4.85 hectare Exeter estate, Chimneys for $4.5 million through Margaret McCauley Real Estate in conjunction with Ray White agent, Megan Smith. 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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