Southern Highlands trophy home hits market for more than $10 million

The Southern Highlands trophy property, Mandalay, owned by investment banker Chris Fullerton and his wife Judith, has made a late appearance on the 2017 market with a guide of $10 million to $11 million.

The grand British Colonial-style residence was built in 1992 just a year after the couple bought the 77 hectare, cattle-grazing property for $300,000.  

Chris and Judith Fullerton home Mandalay

Chris and Judith Fullerton home Mandalay

The seven-bedroom residence with the colonnaded entry and was inspired by a historic mansion the couple saw in Singapore during their time as Asia-based expats.

It comes with a three-bedroom caretaker's cottage, landscaped gardens by James Pfeiffer, north- south tennis court, croquet lawn, walled rose garden, orchard, and, of course, space for a helipad.

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It is listed with Ken Jacobs and Bruce Eason, of Christie's International.