Telethon Home on track for spring

Geoff VivianGeraldton Guardian
The new Telethon home in Wandina is almost complete with landscaping and paving under way.
Camera IconThe new Telethon home in Wandina is almost complete with landscaping and paving under way. Credit: Geoff Vivian

WA Country Builders’ 2018 Regional Telethon Home will be open for public viewing at the beginning of September and available for purchase on or before the October auction date.

The Seacrest Estate, Wandina home is a single-storey, four-by-three design with spacious living areas, a galley-style kitchen and big dining space overlooking the Moresby Ranges.

The home has been designed to suit its premium location and to capture the endless views with expanses of glass.

WA Country Builders regional manager Kyle Wilkinson said this was the 13th Regional Telethon Home his firm had built.

“As a group, we try to step up the home every year, Telethon is such a great cause,” he said.

“The time invested by the trades and suppliers is enormously appreciated, without them we wouldn’t have the capacity to build a yearly Regional Telethon Home.”

The impressive single-storey home features a big open-plan living area with 3m-high ceilings, large kitchen with servery to the alfresco and a feature fireplace.

The fourth bedroom is a separate apartment with ensuite and kitchenette. There is also a home theatre, office, cellar, drop zone and lots of storage.

Other features include full stone benchtops and LED downlights throughout, ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning and extensive paving and landscaping.

More information is available at www.wacountrybuilders.com.au/telethon.

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