2017 Telethon home to go under the hammer next weekend in Jindalee

This year’s Telethon home.
This year’s Telethon home.
This year’s Telethon home.
This year’s Telethon home.
This year’s Telethon home.
This year’s Telethon home.
This year’s Telethon home.
Last year’s event saw plenty of interest. Photo: www.stephenheathphotography.com
The 2016 charity home was successfully auctioned for $750,000 last year. Photo: www.stephenheathphotography.com
This year’s Telethon home. This year’s Telethon home. This year’s Telethon home. This year’s Telethon home. This year’s Telethon home. This year’s Telethon home. This year’s Telethon home. Last year’s event saw plenty of interest. Photo: www.stephenheathphotography.com The 2016 charity home was successfully auctioned for $750,000 last year. Photo: www.stephenheathphotography.com

THE 2017 Eden Beach Telethon Home by In-Vogue will go to auction next weekend, with proceeds going to the Telethon Kids Institute, Princess Margaret Hospital/Perth’s Children’s Hospital, and the many other beneficiaries of Telethon working to improve child health in WA.

The contemporary two-storey beachside home will go under the hammer on site at 11am on Sunday, October 22, at Eden Beach estate in Jindalee unless sold prior.

To celebrate the event, there will be a three-hour extravaganza on Emmae Way, Jindalee, opposite the charity home from 9am to noon.

The public are invited to come along to be entertained by roving performers and the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra, meet Channel 7 celebrities, including a special appearance from Fat Cat, and indulge in a sausage sizzle from Harvey Beef.

Kids can even get golf coaching on the Telethon Home’s putting green courtesy of Atlantis Play Centre or take advantage of the free arts and crafts projects on offer.

A ticketed VIP experience is also available to families and includes a gourmet brunch, sparkling wine and orange.

Tickets are $30 for adults and $15 for children and available at bit.ly/TelethonAuction2017.

“Last year the Telethon Home in Satterley’s Eden Beach Estate sold for $750,000, which contributed to the record $26.29 million raised over the Telethon weekend,” Satterley Property Group chief executive Nigel Satterley said.

“This year we hope to raise even more money for this truly wonderful cause.”

Satterley Property Group and Ocean Springs Estate Pty Ltd, along with Eden Beach Estate’s other development partners, have donated the block, with In-Vogue once again building the two-storey home for this year’s Telethon.

The 2017 Eden Beach Telethon Home by In-Vogue has been custom designed to suit the beautiful 423 sq m block, which is positioned to take full advantage of the impressive coastal views and is next to amenities such as schools, public transport and retail stores.

“We are thrilled with the response to this year’s Telethon Home,” In-Vogue general manager Jim Ilias said.

“Attendance through the home has been strong and viewers have loved the modern design and features.

“In particular people are really liking the upside-down design of this year’s home, which makes the most of the stunning ocean and park views from upstairs.

“The open-plan kitchen, living and dining area lead out onto a huge balcony where people can see themselves enjoying the best that beachside living has to offer.”

The Eden Beach Telethon Home is open for viewing in the lead-up to the auction on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2pm-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 1pm-5pm.

Interested buyers should contact Justin O’Connell at Century 21 on 0407 577 865.

The auction will be live-streamed on the Eden Beach Facebook page and aired live on Channel 7 Perth.