Win a designer home with real Clout

26 October 2016

Imagine Christmas at Noosa Heads. Imagine Christmas in a $1.1m Clout Design home. And imagine that it would take just one $10 ticket to make all your Christmases come at once.

First prize in Endeavour Foundation’s Christmas Lottery, this exceptional home is a custom build from award-winning Clout Design, located in the prestigious Elysium Noosa community.

A luxurious entertainer, with vast folding doors merging indoor and outdoor entertaining areas to create one grand space for a sumptuous family celebration, the home is decked out and ready to welcome Santa Claus and a whole lot of elves.

Thanks to Clout Design – winner of innumerable industry awards including the Building Designers Association QLD (BDAQ) premier award and Australian Home of the Year – this stunning home will give one lucky winner the coastal haven of their dreams.

But the luxury doesn’t stop within this property’s walls - the winner of this spectacular home will have access to exclusive amenities, such as a state-of-the-art Rec Club, lap pool, tennis court, gymnasium and recreation areas. Just minutes away is a championship golf course and world-class spa at Noosa Springs Golf Resort and Spa, and some of the best beaches the Sunshine Coast can offer.

Andrew Thomas, Endeavour Foundation’s Executive General Manager of Supporter Enterprises, said that the charity’s lotteries are all about ‘aspiration’.

“Our lottery prize homes offer luxury most of us can only dream about, so it seems apt that such an incredible property will be making the ultimate Christmas wish come true.

“But in reality we’re not talking about just one winner – every ticket purchased helps us to empower people with a disability to make their own dreams come true. And that’s the real victory.

“Endeavour Foundation partners with thousands of people with a disability who are living fulfilling and active lives, far beyond developing basic life skills. Funds raised from lotteries will help to make aspirations a reality in all aspects of life, such as training and life skills development, employment, and daily living and accommodation support.”

The home is open for viewing from 10am on 28 October at 7 Hollyhock Crescent, Noosa Heads, QLD. Purchase tickets by 21 November and you’ll also go into an extra draw for a $4,000 holiday to Fiji.

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

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