Once again, brands and tradies have donated all the labour, land and materials for Henley and Villawood’s annual Good Friday Appeal house, and whoever buys this gorgeous new build will have the bonus feel good factor of knowing the proceeds go to The Royal Children’s Hospital.
Now open for inspection, the spectacular Vogue 34 by Henley (on land donated by Villawood) goes to auction with no reserve on 15 April 2022.
Comprising of five living areas, four spacious bedrooms, and an impressive master suite, the 34 sqm home comes fully furnished and can be a wonderful forever home with Henley’s 50-year structural guarantee.
Beautifully constructed on a 448m2 block over eight months, the house includes a separate theatre, study and leisure areas.
Its gourmet kitchen showcases a glass splashback with feature window, Caesarstone benchtops, rear bench pot drawers, SMEG appliances, and even an expansive butler’s pantry.
A special addition to the full landscape package is the uniquely designed mini soccer pitch with goal.
“We’ve selected a prime site at our Redstone community in Sunbury, in the middle of Melbourne’s burgeoning north and western growth precincts. It’s close to our amazing Club Rathdowne, a sophisticated town centre, extensive parks and open space and it offers a great lifestyle,” says Rory Costelloe, executive director of Villawood Properties.
This year’s Charity House Auction represents Henley’s achievement of three decades building and donating homes, building the 43rd charity home for the Good Friday Appeal to date. It is the 13th year of Villawood generously donating land.
The house is open for inspection every Saturday and Sunday (11-to-12) and Wednesdays (6-to-7pm), at 12 Sacred Drive.