Turn a holiday into a lifestyle with Endeavour Foundation

22 September 2016

A spectacular $1.1million waterfront home in sensational Maroochydore is within reach for one lucky person, offering the opportunity to turn this holiday destination into a home.

The first prize in local disability service provider Endeavour Foundation’s Coastal Living Lottery is an exceptional home, with direct boardwalk access and luxurious outdoor entertaining spaces, including a swimming pool.

Funds raised go towards the charity’s At Home With Choices project, building modern, accessible houses for people with a disability.

Interior Designer Carole Hastie from Interior Motives has a soft spot for this contemporary space.

“I decorated this house as if it was my own. I really hope this is the one I win!”

“I was inspired by the boardwalk next to the home and incorporated a lot of timber to match. Its exterior also includes geometric patterns, so we were conscious to tie in sharp angles and patterns throughout.”

Andrew Thomas, Executive General Manager of Supporter Enterprises, says that the rewards are enormous not just for the winner, but for the people with a disability who benefit from every ticket purchased.

“Endeavour Foundation’s At Home With Choices project embodies our belief that people with a disability have a right to live the life that they choose. That means providing accommodation which enables independent living support, which empowers people to pursue their ambitions, and opportunities that recognise each and every person as an individual.”

The good news doesn’t end there though, as anyone who purchases a ticket by 12 October will also go into an extra draw for a $4,000 Rydges Resorts and Hotels gift card.

This spectacular home at 34 Sunrise Drive, Maroochydore, is now open for viewing from 10am to 5pm AEST every day.

Find out more and buy a ticket at endeavourlotteries.com.au.

 

 

 

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