For the 11th consecutive year, the team at InVogue are pleased to announce that the 2016 Telethon Home is complete! The excitement around the Telethon weekend is quickly building, with less than a month to go before this two-storey luxury family home is auctioned off.
The 2016 InVogue Telethon Home is situated in Eden Beach, one of Perth’s new beach side living developments in Jindalee. The location has access to stunning beaches and family friendly parks, shopping centres and cafes, as well as public transport options. Jindalee was the perfect location to build the 2016 Telethon Home as it represents WA’s relaxed coastal lifestyle.
The Eden Beach estate in Jindalee is located north of Perth, just 40 kilometres away from the CBD. The estate was designed to take advantage of the natural environment surrounding the estate, boasting access to the beach and spacious parks and open spaces throughout the community.
Surrounding the Eden Beach Estate are a variety of amenities, with additional development planned in the years to come. The Brighton Town Centre currently in the works will house a number of major retailers and in a few more years a primary school within the estate will be built, making this estate ideal for those looking at relocating by the coast in Perth’s northern suburbs.
Now to what you’ve really been waiting for, the 2016 InVogue Telethon Home!
The 2016 InVogue Telethon Home is a luxury two-storey home, built on a spacious 537 square metre block which was generously donated by Satterley Property Group. The contemporary home features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a home theatre, a separate zone for the kids and a hotel style master suite. The living space you can see above really is the heart of the home, with a stunning gas fireplace and chef’s kitchen, which features leading appliances designed by Neil Perry.
And what makes the 2016 Telethon Home one of our favourites to date here at InVogue, is the attention our designers have paid to designing living spaces that connect the outdoors to the inside of the home. The open plan living area flows out to an alfresco area which features a barbecue area, sunken fire pit and putting green for the kids.
“It’s all about sun, waves, sand and a lifestyle that lets you and your family bring the fun and relaxation of a beach holiday into your everyday life.”
In vintage InVogue style, the 2016 Telethon Home has incredible street appeal, from the skillion roof to the cantilevered portico and feature blade wall, you won’t be able to drive past this home without a second…and third and fourth glance.
But please, don’t just take our word for it. Take a drive to the Eden Beach Estate in Jindalee and view the 2016 InVogue Telethon home for yourself. All procedures from the sale of the home go to improving the lives of sick children and young people across Western Australia.
Here are the important details to know:
Address: Reflection Boulevard, Jindalee
Inspect: Saturdays & Sundays: 1pm-5pm and Mondays & Wednesdays: 2pm-5pm
Auction: Sunday October 16, unless sold prior
For further information about the 2016 InVogue Telethon Home, please contact us 9202 9202. If you’d like to find out more about building a new 2 storey home with InVogue, please get in touch.
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