HITHER GREEN Elegant Architectural Design - Exclusive Mountain Address
Hither Green is a hidden treasure of the mountain sitting adjacent the Mount Macedon Golf Course and below the mist line - offering luxurious and elegant living with an abundance of natural light and beautiful architectural angles.
Indoors, the formal and informal living rooms flow effortlessly around a beautifully equipped central kitchen complete with Lacanche cooker. There are four spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, a quiet contemplation sitting area offering a stunning garden view, and a grand ballroom for entertaining complete with cellar, sound system and four sets of double doors accessing the garden via a terraced and paved pergola. High ceilings, stunning timber floors, hydronic heating throughout with the added luxury of reticulated town gas.
Picture perfect in every way and luxuriating on over 5000m² of beautifully landscaped and immaculately presented gardens and lawns, with extensive pathways, ornamental pond and fountain, private swimming pool and manicured garden rooms. There is a beautifully appointed guest house tucked away in the garden with a separate entrance off Childers Road, a private outdoor area and a pathway to the main residence.
Infrastructure includes good shedding, an excellent reticulated water supply through the garden and lawns, a bore with water treatment system, large water storage tank and garden maintenance bays.
One of Mount Macedons Most Beautiful Homes
(Option available to purchase fully furnished including all garden plant and equipment)
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