HAYDEN Real Estate is auctioning a brand new Oakdene home this month, in support of Geelong-based Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) charity, River’s Gift.
Ocean Grove director Hugh McKewan said profits from the sale would be donated to the charity’s quest to “Stamp Out SIDS”.
In September 2015, Geelong Homes pledged to raise much-needed funds for the charity.
“Wonderfully, the project is now a reality and the stylish new four-bedroom home is open for inspection and ready for auction on 27 February,” Hugh said.
Hugh said the house is based on Geelong Homes design called the G180.
“The River’s Gift Charity Home is contemporary and stylish, with neutral tones throughout,” he said.
“The four-bedroom home’s welcoming entrance sets the tone for the beautiful coastal abode.”
The house has a master bedroom complete with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, a “modern and functional kitchen” and spacious open-plan living area. It also includes a second lounge, family bathroom complete with bath, separate laundry and double garage.
Hugh said very generous contributions from Geelong Homes sub-contractors and suppliers helped make the house a reality.
“Along with River’s Gift supporters who were more than willing to put their hand up for this worthy cause and contribute their time, products and services,” he said.
For more information contact Hugh McKewan on 0417 538 779 or Jonathan Gill on 00433 707 508.

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