Melville Times - - Residential -

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

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

The 2017 Eden Beach Telethon Home is the 12th built by JWH Group’s InVogue and was opened to its first vis­i­tors on Septem­ber 2, well ahead of its auc­tion on Oc­to­ber 22.

Last year’s Telethon Home, also lo­cated in Eden Beach es­tate, was sold 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 open­tread steel-spine stair­case with glass balustrade, and a full-height tiled wall which leads to the up­per-floor liv­ing area,” he said.

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

The home at 4 Em­mae Way, Jin­dalee, is open ev­ery Sat­ur­day and Sun­day, 1pm-5pm, and Mon­days and Wed­nes­days, 2pm-5pm, un­til auc­tion day.

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