Endeavour 1st Prize Mudjimba Beachfront Lifestyle over $1.1Mil
Once upon a time, most houses were equal. Whether you had a weatherboard cottage, a settlers cottage, a Queenslander, a Victorian, pre-colonial period, federation bungalow, inner City Terrace, or many other styles that have been built in bygone eras. There are always exceptions to every rule (of thumb) so we make an exception of the very elite minority amongst us, who were in the position to build or own what others would consider a mansion.
Most houses (whichever style), once had two, maybe three bedrooms, but even three rooms were uncommon, more often than not, if the family grew, the house grew with them, they would sacrifice their veranda or sunroom, enclose it, stick a silky oak wardrobe in there and ta-dah! Another bedroom!
Eventually over the years, people would build an inside toilet into the laundry at the back of the house, or they would turn the laundry into another makeshift bathroom and build a laundry out the back in a lean-to with a trough.
And it was very rare to have a lock up garage, sometimes there was a front corner under roof where you could park and sometimes we built a separate roof that would offer cover for our prized cars, sometimes we even went as far as putting lattice on the sides to further section of that specific car space.
These days even first home buyers have an expectation that their new home should have at least 3 bedrooms, a media room and a double lock-up garage. Because of increasing prices and reducing affordability, we still don't want to reduce the house.
So developers have recognised that if they build estates with parklands and walkway, BBQ areas and playgrounds, they can reduce the size if land to as low as 180 sqm and we are building our houses on the zero boundary, or to both zero boundaries, sacrificing our own piece of dirt, for those 3 bedrooms and a media room.
Something that hasn't changed is that there are still exceptions to the rule. There are still those few houses that have the location, like being on a canal or beachfront, or being elevated to catch the breezes and appreciate the magnificent outlook. And there are always going to be those homes, that are enormous and designed within an inch of their lives, so they are opulent, luxurious and way out of financial reach of the average person.
Thankfully Endeavour Prize Homes offer us an opportunity to win a lifestyle, we would never otherwise be able to afford, to move to a neighbourhood we could only dream about and to live the lifestyle of our wildest dreams. Endeavour gives us the chance to impact on our lives and the lives of our loved ones around us.
I have the pleasure of introducing you to Endeavour Prize Home Draw 406
This magnificent home offers a relaxed beachside lifestyle, just 100 metres to Mudjimba Beach and not much further to one of the only beaches in Australia that allow dogs on the beach. this home offers your family the chance to live in a home that was designed for comfort and tastefully built with everything thought of down to the finest point.
The gardens are established and make the most of the sub-tropical climate, by using lots of palms and lots of different varieties, a variety of bromiliads, heliconias, pandanus etc. Within the garden you will find pathways that weave around the entire home, past a BBQ Pavillion, past the plunge pool enclosure, you will walk past a deck with a fire pit and outside lounge area. Then the pathway meanders down the bedroom side of the home so that the gardens can be tended to and appreciated in all their beauty.
The gardens offer harmony with nature and will draw the birds and bees to the various flowers. the gardens offer fabulous shade on those hot days where you want to go outside and appreciate the climate, without getting too hot or burnt. This is no ordinary garden, great effort has been put into making sure that there is no corner that impeccable to look at and sit in, that there are multiple spaces for you to enjoy the outside lifestyle and it adds both financial and livability value to an already magnificent home.
Home is where the heart is
From the moment you park the car at the front of this home, you already know you are about to enter something very special. you are faced with a large detailed gate and upon entry, even though you are facing the oversized front door, your eye is drawn to the right where there is a beautiful deck with garden edge seating, a fire pit and an outdoor lounge to dies for. It certainly set the scene for what will unfold as you open the door.
The ceilings are unusually high for a modern home, and this gives the home a far more spacious appeal. The entry/foyer is attractive with niches on the left-hand side wall which is also a beautifully rounded wall with square set ceilings. it's actually a little hard to know where to look because the home has so much on offer visually.
The master suite is at the opposite end of the home to the other two bedrooms, with the living areas all focused around the beautiful and quite large in-ground pool with a landscaped backdrop, with offers depth and height to this space.
It is easy to see how you would fall in love with this home and live here for decades. Indeed neighbouring homes along the Esplanade are very tightly held and you will rarely see one on the market and with the pristine Mudjimba beach directly across the road, it is easy to see why they are so tightly held.
The #406 Endeavour Prize Home is located at 63 Mudjimba Esplanade, Mudjimba, Qld 4564.
Visitors are welcome daily from 10.00am AEST to 5.00pm AEST, daily from Feb 3rd, 2017, to April 19th, 2017.
Prize Home will be closed on Good Friday, April 14th, 2017.
Starting from Brisbane: Follow the Bruce Highway towards the Sunshine Coast and continue to the Sunshine Motorway exit drive towards the Sunshine Coast Airport, then North Shore Connection Rd to David Low Way, which will lead Mudjimba Esplanade and to No 63 to Mudjimba Esplanade in Mudjimba.
Parking is readily available surrounding the Prize Home. We ask that you keep in mind, that people live in the surrounding homes and that you abide by the local traffic by-laws.
Important Draw DatesTo Remember
Draw #406 will close at 7.00pm AEST on April 19, 2017. The Winners will be drawn at 11.00am AEST April 26, 2017, at 33 Corporate Drive Cannon Hill Qld 4170.
The Winners will be notified by registered post.
Results will be published in The Courier Mail February 25, 2017, & here on www.houseandcar.com.au
You can Purchase Your Tickets Here Tickets sell fast and there are no guarantees that tickets will still be available up until the closing date of draw #406
Draw No 406 First Resort Style Prize Home Package
Enjoy this eye-catching resort style home and all the inclusions on offer. You will save on holiday money because you won't want to leave home. Here is what you can expect to receive;
Endeavour go to great lengths to bring you the very best and most beautiful Prize Homes they can find and this beautiful prize home is right up there with the best of them. The . the 1st Prize includes but is not limited to;
- Complete First Prize Package ($1,145,560)
- Located on Mudjimbe Esplanade across the road from Mudjimba Beach, with just metres to walk to get your feet wet
- House and land 607 sqm ($980,000)
- Council & Water Rates paid for first year
- Complete furniture package, complete electrical package, transfer & legal costs ($165.560)
- Visa Gift Card ($1,000) for travel to view your new Home!
- Total Living area 293 sqm includes 36 sqm undercover alfresco & 36 sqm twin garage.
- Monitored security system paid for the first 6 months
- There are 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, with separate toilet
- Large pristine In-ground plunge pool with rock wall water feature
- The Living room boasts a 65" Smart TV
- 6 indoor and outdoor living areas, includes;
- F ront Courtyard,
- Pool Enclosure,
- Undercover Alfresco,
- Dining and
- Living room
- Split system air-conditioning in main living zone
- Generous Kitchen, solid surfaces, stainless steel fridge with 2 doors Freezer drawer underneath
- Undercover alfresco dining
- BBQ with drink fridge and cupboard space for outdoor dining storage, including ceiling fan
- Lush fully landscaped tropical gardens to explore and enjoy
It only takes one ticket to win and you want to be the one holding that winning ticket!
The number of tickets available for sale in each prize draw is limited. In Prize draw #406, there will be between 500,000 & 600,000 tickets sold. When you buy extra tickets, you also receive extra free tickets, This is a great opportunity to get as many free tickets as your budget allows! You can Secure Your Tickets Here before you forget due to your busy lifestyle.
|Price||Tickets (actual cost)||Tickets including bonuses||No of Bonus Tickets|
|$10.00||1 ticket||1 ticket|
|$20.00||2 tickets||2 tickets|
|$30.00||3 tickets||4 tickets||1 Bonus Ticket|
|$50.00||5 tickets||10 tickets||5 Bonus Tickets|
|$60.00||6 tickets||14 tickets||8 Bonus Tickets|
|$100.00||10 tickets||30 tickets||20 Bonus Tickets|
Adequate funding is essential for Endeavour to continue their importance work
Endeavour Foundation provide services and programs for people with disabilities. One such project at the moment is a new $1.2 million housing project in Innisfail in North Qld. The development will deliver 2 5 bedroom accessible houses for 8 people with a disability. The funding for this development came from proceeds from Endeavour Prize Hoem lotteries, just like this one.
Once completed, Endeavour will have built 5 "At Home With Choices" project homes for people with disabilities in Far North Qld in just 5 years. And that couldn't happen without your help, they rely on ticket sales to continue their important work. We thank you for your time and your support.
Enjoy the Sunshine Coast Lifestyle
Mudjimba sits between the famous and iconic Noosa Heads to the north, where you can enjoy some of the Sunshine Coast's best restaurants and cafes, enjoy the beach or a walk through the parklands. And not too far south you will enjoy Mooloolaba, which is also famous for its beautiful beaches.
The Wharf with Underwater World is located in Mooloolaba, where you can also swim with the sharks. Or enjoy a meal at any one of dozens of cafes to choose from. Cotton Tree has calm waters, if you prefer not to deal with the surf, in fact, if you don't particularly like the sand Cotton Tree also house public pools.
You may even prefer to go for a drive up to Montville and Mapleton, on the way, there's some spectacular Visitor stops, where you can pull over and take in the views that really are superb. And Montville is an alluring mixture of handmade candy, locally made arts and crafts, boutique gift shops and a selection of eateries, that each has it's own atmosphere, whether that is making the most of the distant views, the tree canopies or rustic buildings with yesteryear appeal.
If you need to travel, you can drive just 5 minutes to Sunshine Coast Airport, which is also targeted for a multi-million dollar upgrade over the next twp years, It beats driving 1hr 20 minutes to Brisbane airport if you can help it.