The four-bedroom, two-bathroom family home ” likened to the exclusive houses in The Hamptons ” will be auctioned on the Telethon weekend October 19-20. Proceeds from the In-Vogue home will go towards children’s charitable trust, Telethon.
Last year the Telethon home at Port Coogee sold for a record $1.2 million prior to auction. Honeywood developer Satterley Property Group and In-Vogue joined forces to provide the home for auction.
Satterley chief executive Nigel Satterley said he had no hesitation nominating land at Honeywood.
Mr Satterley and his development partners have been making land available for Telethon and other charities for almost 40 years.
This is the eighth house In-Vogue has designed for Telethon. General manager Jim Ilias said since building their first Telethon Home in 2006, the company had raised millions of dollars for charity.