Minutes to town and yet completely secluded, this glorious, rambling Exeter estate is set apart by its opulent interior spaces and remarkable location. On 218 acres (subdivisible into 20-acre lots or perfect for grazing) every aspect of this triple-brick and cedar home is built to take advantage of the panoramic views over the escarpment of Morton National Park.
With a luxurious kitchen and well-appointed Butler's pantry, plus caterers' kitchen/mud room, the home is built for entertaining. The large deck with expansive views across the escarpment is reached via French doors from one of many spacious living areas. The master bedroom wing is a study in opulence, with sitting rooms and parlours, twin walk-in-robes and two full bathrooms. With multiple powder rooms and fireplaces, a fully equipped media room and extensive storage rooms, luxury is in abundance.
The bottom floor is sleeping and entertainment quarters for children or guests: three bedrooms, two further bathrooms and a huge playroom. Up the circular, cantilevered staircase, the top floor contains a huge games room/library which could be converted to a guest suite or used as an office.
Nestled into a century-old garden with magnificent old European trees, the property comes with a three-bedroom managers cottage and several utterly charming outbuildings of sandstock brick and weatherboard including stables, that are perfect restoration projects and could potentially become short-term accommodation rental or guest houses.
Featuring a spring fed dam, access to Indigo creek, a carp pond, a bore and access to town water, 'Mittabah' is a vast and beautiful property, and comes complete with architectural design concepts that will launch it into its next era as one of the most exclusive of luxury Highlands retreats.