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With the last Telethon Home being built in 2019, this year’s charity home is back with a clean design to make up for lost time.

Home Group has generously agreed to design and donate the completed home, while Satterley has donated the land to ensure all proceeds of the home go directly to Telethon.

The 2022 Telethon Home by Home Group will be located in one of Satterley’s newest coastal communities, Seaside at Madora Bay.

Seaside estate is less than an hour from Perth and just 7km from the heart of Mandurah. It is surrounded by schools, including Madora Bay Primary School set to open in 2023, parks and sporting facilities, and is within walking distance of Lakelands Shopping Centre.

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has been carefully designed to balance an array of aesthetically pleasing features and open-plan living, while making the most of the 500sqm block.

The central kitchen will be the heart of this home, with its huge island bench with waterfall ends, double wall ovens and plenty of storage, which will make cooking in this home an absolute dream.

To finish it off, the front elevation has a feature corner window and textured stone piers that are complemented by timber cladding detail to the gables. The combination of these elements provide the home with great street appeal and character.

“Home Group and the Silvestro family have been proud supporters of Telethon for many years,” Home Group Managing Director Anthony Silvestro said. “Now having the opportunity to contribute further to support children and families in need is an honour.”

The concrete pad has been laid and the build is estimated to be completed in late August. It will be sold by set date with open home opportunities in September.

Satterley has donated land for more than 40 charity home auctions and were more than willing to help the Telethon cause once again.

“The uplifting personal stories that Telethon recognises and celebrates of those who show resilience and courage, and the support of their families and carers, represent the very best of our community,” Satterley Chief Executive Nigel Satterley said.

“Creating thriving, happy communities is at the heart of what we do and being able to give back to the community in this way is incredibly rewarding.”

Over the years, the Telethon Home project has been central to the annual fundraiser and has contributed more than $26 million to Telethon.

Thanks to Home Group and Satterley, the proceeds from the sale will help raise vital funds for young children struggling with health challenges and disabilities in Western Australia.

Details of the sale will be revealed over the Telethon Weekend on October 22 and 23.

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