Win a $1.1 Million Beachside Home!
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Imagine waking up every morning to the sound of waves crashing from your beachside home. This dream can become a reality with the Endeavour Foundation Prize Home draw 413. Situated only 120 metres from the beach, right in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, this is beachside living at its best.
The stylish and spacious open-plan home has natural earthy tones and coastal design elements, and quality furnishings throughout. Stunningly, the outdoor area features an in-ground swimming pool. In addition, there’s an alfresco dining area complete with a BBQ and a pizza oven. After that, entertain family and friends with ease, or simply relax in your private oasis.
First prize is valued at $1,158,176. It includes all furniture, air conditioning, and electrical goods. In addition, a security system with 6 months of free monitoring. Plus $5,000 cashable gold bullion towards rates and water, and another $5,000 gold bullion for travel, accommodation & legal transfer costs.
Finally, the secluded beach suburb of Mudjimba is everything you can expect from life on the Sunshine Coast. Full of marine life and unspoiled wilderness. Above all, it’s only a short drive from the bustling beach towns of Noosa, Mooloolaba, and Coolum.
Prize home features
- Total living area 285 m2, outdoor living area 48 m2, land size 607 m2
- Two storey dwelling
- 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Fully furnished
- Swimming pool with outdoor dinning area with BBQ and pizza oven
- Air conditioning throughout
- Security system
- Rental potential $54,600 p.a (furnished)
- Includes $10,000 cashable gold
About the charity
For over 67 years, Endeavour Foundation has been dedicated to helping people with a disability live fulfilling lives. The charity works to create opportunities for every individual. Collectively, they support 4,000 people through their core services. Namely, home and daily living, social and community participation, relationships and independence, work and learning. Most importantly, Endeavour uses the money raised from their prize home lottery to help people with a disability become more independent and have more control over their lives.