The 2017 Henley and Villawood GFA house has SOLD for an incredible $627,500 on Good Friday - 14th April!
This year, the annual Henley charity home that is built, auctioned and proceeds donated to the Good Friday Appeal, is located in Villawood’s Armstrong community on Victoria’s Surf Coast.
The Palace 38 with grand alfresco option, is one of our best-selling and most popular home designs. Featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two powder rooms and five separate living areas – this home provides lifestyle spaces to escape and unwind in. The undercover grand alfresco option also included on this home, brings the overall size to 41sq, and allows seamless integration of the dining and family room to the outdoors.
Located in one of the region’s best addresses, Armstrong by Villawood offers all the essential attractions and services for any new community. This unique location in Mount Duneed, is just 10 minutes from the Geelong CBD and within 15 minutes of seven of Victoria’s very best beaches, enticing home hunters wanting to be close to both the heart of Geelong and the Surf Coast.
Construction of the house has taken five months, with over 400 trades and suppliers generously involved.
This is Henley’s 24th year of building and donating houses to the Good Friday Appeal. The sale of the 2017 GFA house brings Henley's total donations to over $13.8 million from the sale of 38 houses. This is the 8th year that the house has been built on land donated by Villawood.
The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) Good Friday Appeal’s (GFA) charity house auction is one of Melbourne’s most loved auction events, and one of the biggest contributors to the Appeal each year.
For the first time, the bidding will be opened up to interstate residents by calling 1800 316 352. Potential buyers must register their intererst prior to the auction day.