One of West Sydney’s finest luxury new homes will be auctioned to raise funds to help find a cure for childhood cancer.
A unique new home in West Sydney will be auctioned to raise money to fund the fight against childhood cancer.
Children’s Cancer Institute’s luxurious four-bedroom ‘Build for a Cure’ home is located on the prestigious Mulgoa Sanctuary Estate in Glenmore Park.
It was built in just two months despite Covid’s challenges with every item, from land to work, donated.
The ideal family home, stands on almost 900 square meters in a precious corner block next to the local park. The Hamptons-inspired home is the latest home available in the coveted Mulgoa Sanctuary.
“We are delighted to present such a beautiful home, which was built with love, under very challenging circumstances,” said Anne Johnston, director of fundraising and marketing for the Children’s Cancer Institute.
“This house will become a wonderful home for a fortunate family and the earnings from
the sale will help our researchers advance their work to ultimately find a cure for all children with cancer. “
Built by McDonald Jones Homes, the West Sydney abode features an elegant marble kitchen with butler panties that seamlessly flows into the living / dining room and undercover entertaining area.
The generous master bedroom has a walk-in closet and bathroom with his and hers vanities and a bath. The other three bedrooms have built in wardrobes. There is also a two-car garage, a home office, and a study nook.
“It’s a beautiful architectural design and I hope it not only delivers a great result for the cause, but provides a beautiful lifestyle for lucky buyers,” said Cameron Lade, NSW Chief Operating Officer, McDonald Jones Homes.
“Knowing that 100 percent of the proceeds will go directly to the Institute means that childhood cancer research receives a significant boost in funding.”
The median price for a four-bedroom house in Glenmore Park is $ 890,000, according to realestate.com.au but this house is expected to get much more than that.
“With such a shortage of land in Sydney and unprecedented levels of demand, this is truly a wonderful gift from the development team to donate a 898 square meter block of land worth over $ 1 million alone,” he said. David Power, Sales Manager, Urban Land Housing (the housing sales agents).
Johnston said the proceeds from the sale will make a big difference.
“20 Australian children are diagnosed with cancer every week, that’s quite a classroom of kids,” he said.
“Cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease. The incredible partners who made Build for a Cure possible share the Children’s Cancer Institute’s determination to end childhood cancer. “
The ‘Build for a Cure’ house It is open for inspection on Saturdays from 12:00 to 13:00 and Wednesdays from 17:30 to 18:30
It will go up for auction on Sunday, November 14.
For more information on the Build for a Cure house, visit buildforacure.org.au