First look at the 2017 Telethon Home

First look at the 2017 Telethon Home
First look at the 2017 Telethon Home
First look at the 2017 Telethon Home
First look at the 2017 Telethon Home
First look at the 2017 Telethon Home
First look at the 2017 Telethon Home
First look at the 2017 Telethon Home

WANT to do something charitable while nabbing a stunning beachside lifestyle for your family?

Yes, it’s that time of the year again when Telethon throws open the doors to its latest fundraising home, which is located in Jindalee in Perth’s north.

The 2017 Eden Beach Telethon Home is the 12th built by JWH Group’s In-Vogue and welcomes visitors from 1pm today, well ahead of its auction on October 22.

Last year’s Telethon Home, which was also located in Eden Beach estate, was sold off successfully for $750,000 to a Perth father-daughter duo on Telethon weekend.

This year’s custom-designed two-storey residence takes full advantage of its location with an “upside-down” floor plan that offers impressive coastal views from the first floor and master suite.

In-Vogue general manager Jim Ilias said the design team had once again surpassed expectation.

“A standout feature of the home is the breathtaking open-tread steel-spine staircase with glass balustrade, and a full-height tiled wall which leads to the upper-floor living area,” he said.

“The upstairs kitchen with scullery overlooks the open-plan living and dining and leads to a large balcony from which to take in the views to the nearby park and ocean, never to be built out.”

Completing the upper floor is the huge master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite featuring a freestanding bath.

There is an impressive 395sq m of living area across the two levels, which means there are also flexible family spaces on the ground floor as well.

Past the double-door entry, there is a private home theatre, office, activity area with kitchenette that leads out to the alfresco zone, the three minor bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Satterley Property Group, Ocean Springs Pty Ltd and Eden Beach Estate’s fellow development partners donated the prized 423sq m corner block on which the home stands, located 600m from the foreshore reserve and 800m to the water’s edge.

“Eden Beach is one of the few areas to offer direct access to a beautiful, safe swimming beach and is in an established area close to shops, schools, parks and transport facilities,” Satterley chief executive Nigel Satterley said.

“Many buyers often think that living by the coast is out of reach but Eden Beach is constantly challenging this perception.”

The Jindalee residence is one of two Telethon charity homes built by JWH Group that will go under the hammer, with the soon-to-be-finished 2017 Regional Telethon Home by WA Country Builders in Newport Geographe estate, Busselton, to be auctioned on October 15.

The proceeds from the sale of each home will form a major contribution to the money raised by Telethon in 2017, which goes toward helping the Telethon Kids Institute, Princess Margaret Hospital/Perth Children’s Hospital and the many beneficiaries of the fundraising drive that work tirelessly to improve children’s health in WA.

The 2017 Eden Beach Telethon Home at 4 Emmae OK Way, Jindalee, is open every Saturday and Sunday, 1pm-5pm, and Mondays and Wednesdays, 2pm-5pm, until auction day.

For more, contact Justin O’Connell of Century 21 Gold Key Realty on 0407 577 865 or visit in-vogue.com.au.