Mandalay trophy home in Exeter listed with $11 million hopes

Mandalay trophy home in Exeter listed with $11 million hopes
Mandalay trophy home in Exeter listed with $11 million hopes

Mandalay, a 77 hectare estate in Exeter in the NSW Southern Highlands, has been listed for sale.

Its comes with a guide of $10 million to $11 million.

It's been listed by investment banker Chris Fullerton and his wife Judith. The couple commissioned the British-Colonial-style residence shortly after paying $300,000 for the cattle-grazing property in 1991.

Set in gardens landscaped by James Pfeiffer, Mandalay has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms a custom built sauna and 3,800 bottle wine cellar.

Mandalay trophy home in Exeter listed with  million hopes

It was inspired by a 1900s grand mansion the Fullerton's saw in Singapore.

A three bedroom caretaker's cottage, north-south tennis court, croquet lawn, walled rose garden and orchard sit on the parcel.

Christie's International agents Ken Jacobs and Bruce Eason are marketing the home.

Mandalay trophy home in Exeter listed with  million hopes

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Southern Highlands Rural Trophy

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