14 June 2017, By Mandy Paterson
Endeavour Foundation Draw
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You could win a $1.1 million classic home with a modern twist. Inspired by Endeavour Foundation’s founders who educated children with a disability on a similar Queenslander verandah back in 1951.
The home is situated in the heart of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. The Maleny prize home maximizes its rolling-hills location with a generous verandah and covered gazebo for entertaining. A countryside home has never been dreamier. Next, enjoy the cool, contemporary colours, and sophisticated finishes. Then, take in the glamourous open-plan living area.
The single-storey home situates on just under an acre of pristine countryside land. Certainly, it’s own oasis but just 5 minutes’ drive from the shops and cafes of Maleny township. The home features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a study. Also, there’s a two-car garage, and over 100 square metres of outdoor living space. Therefore, the 383sqm house has plenty of room for a growing family and the cosy charm of a romantic couples’ retreat. No matter how you plan to use it, there’s something for everyone.
The single-storey prize home comes with all furniture and includes $20,000 cashable gold as $15,000 cashable gold. Plus, $5,000 cashable gold for council rates. The total prize package is valued at $1,104,667 with rental potential of $39,000 per annum.
You can live in it, sell it, or rent it out – the opportunities are endless. All you need to do is get your ticket in the draw before it closes tonight!
For a good cause
All proceeds from the Endeavour Prize Home Lottery support their At Home With Choices program. Above all, they’re funding modern accessible homes that allows people with a disability to have more choice in their living arrangements. Your generosity gives people the opportunity to develop independence and practical life skills, and the chance to experience living in a share house situation.
Finally, just remember – every ticket counts! You have more chances to win with a ticket book and the more tickets you purchase, the more you help people like Adrienne Bennett, one of Endeavour Foundation’s supported employees at their Seven Hills site.
“Endeavour Foundation gave me the opportunity to get a job and keep a job. Having something permanent after being long-term unemployed has been brilliant,” Adrienne said.
“I look forward to coming into work and have made friends that I see outside. Work is great and there are opportunities here for me.”