There’s no reserve and no need for the moving van at this new Lara home being auctioned for the Good Friday Appeal.
The fully furnished, four-bedroom house in Villawood’s Coridale estate goes under the hammer next month with buyer’s completely in control of the price.
Built by Henley homes following the firm’s Electra-35 floorplan, it features an open-plan kitchen, living room and dining zone at the rear.
This space spills out to a sheltered outdoor entertainment area with a landscaped back yard with a wood-fired pizza oven.
A study, home theatre, laundry, powder room and double garage round out the ground floor.
Upstairs, the home’s four bedrooms surround a central retreat space, and each has a walk-in wardrobe. The spacious main has an ensuite.
Henley Homes’ Malak Ross is handling inquiries for the home, and said so far interested parties had really liked the property and its size.
Opposite the estate’s new Club Coridale, it has easy access to a residents’ pool, gym and sports courts.
Proceeds from the sale will support the Royal Children’s Hospital as part of the annual Good Friday Appeal. Last year’s charity auction in Sunbury raised $1.082m
Woodards Blackburn’s Luke Banitsiotis, named Real Estate Institute of Victoria senior auctioneer of the year in 2022, will put the home under the hammer on April 7.
“The Good Friday Appeal Charity House is an absolute honour to call because of the world-class Royal Children’s Hospital it supports,” Mr Banitsiotis said.
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