‘House To Cure Childhood Cancer’ in Glenmore Park to be auctioned off to fund research into deadly disease

One of Western Sydney’s top new luxury homes will be auctioned off to raise money to help find a cure for childhood cancer.

A brand new unique house in western Sydney will be auctioned to raise money for the fight against childhood cancer.

The luxurious four bedroom ‘Build for a Cure’ home of the Children’s Cancer Institute is located in the prestigious Mulgoa Sanctuary Estate in Glenmore Park.

It was built in just two months, despite the challenges of Covid, with every element, from the land to the labor, being donated.

The ideal family home, set in almost 900m2 on a prized corner block next to the local park. The Hamptons inspired home is the last home available in the sought after Mulgoa Sanctuary.

“We are delighted to unveil such a beautiful home, built with love, under very challenging conditions,” said Anne Johnston, Head of Fundraising and Marketing for the Children’s Cancer Institute.

“This house will be a beautiful home for a happy family and the proceeds of

the sale will help our researchers advance their work to eventually find a cure for all children with cancer.”

The Sydney West property, built by McDonald Jones Homes, features an elegant marble kitchen with butler’s pantyhose that flows seamlessly into the living/dining room and indoor entertainment area.

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The spacious master bedroom has a walk-in closet and ensuite with his and her sinks and a bath. The three other bedrooms all have built-in wardrobes. There is also a two car garage, home office and study area.

“It’s a beautiful architectural design and I expect it to not only deliver an excellent result for the business, but also provide a beautiful lifestyle for the lucky buyers,” said Cameron Lade, CEO of NSW Operations, McDonald Jones Homes.

“Knowing that 100 percent of the proceeds go directly to the Institute means that childhood cancer research is getting a major boost to their funding.”

The average price for a four-bedroom home in Glenmore Park is $890,000, according to realestate.com.au, but this home is expected to fetch significantly more than that.

“With land in such scarce supply in Sydney and unprecedented demand, this is a truly wonderful gift from the development team to just donate an 898 sq ft plot worth over $1 million,” said David Power, Sales Manager, Urban Land Housing (the sales agents for the house).

Ms. Johnston said the proceeds from the sale will make a big difference.

“Every week 20 Australian children are diagnosed with cancer, that is a whole class of children,” she said.

“Cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease. The incredible partners who made Build for a Cure possible share the Children’s Cancer Institute’s determination to end childhood cancer.”

The ‘Build for a Cure’ house is open for viewing on Saturdays from 12pm – 1pm and Wednesdays from 5.30pm – 6.30pm

It goes to auction on Sunday, November 14.

For more information on the Build for a Cure house, visit buildforacure.org.au

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