Live the five-star lifestyle with Endeavour Foundation

15 February 2017

If you dream of a beachside bolt-hole, look no further than Endeavour Foundation’s latest prize home, just 100m from the best kept secret on the Sunshine Coast – magnificent Mudjimba.

First prize in the Beachfront Lifestyle Lottery, and just a few strides from a secluded stretch of golden beach, is a resort-style home valued at over $1.1m. This oasis for families and serious surfers alike is all within a short drive of the Sunshine Coast’s hot-spots, and could be yours for just $10.

Andrew Thomas, Executive General Manager of Supporter Enterprises with Endeavour Foundation, said that every ticket sold brings increased independence within the reach of people with a disability.

“Our lotteries enable Endeavour Foundation to work together with people with a disability to create real possibilities for a fulfilling life - at home, at work, and in the community. With a focus on individual goals we can help people to achieve outcomes that genuinely enhance their lives.”

But, with a home like this up for grabs, there’s one more person whose life will be changed forever – the lucky ticket holder!

Whether a new holiday abode or permanent beachside home, this exceptional property is destined to bring a little more sunshine into your world.

Interior designer Carole Hastie described the home as being “fitted out like a five-star resort”.

“The house is surrounded by lush tropical gardens, the furniture is all high end, the pool is private, and the high ceilings are awe-inspiring. It’s like being on a dream holiday every day,” she added.

At one end of the property is a large plunge pool with rock face water feature, overlooked by a covered gazebo complete with luxury BBQ kitchen. At the other end, take your ease in a courtyard lounge, complete with fire pit.

This fabulous three bed, two bath property is now open for viewing at 63 Mudjimba Esplanade, Mudjimba. Purchase tickets by 22 March and you’ll go into draw for a $4,000 holiday to Samoa. Find out more and buy a ticket at www.endeavourlotteries.com.au.

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