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Construction of House for Life is complete

Construction of House for Life is complete

Seriously ill and premature babies at Mater will be given the best possible start to life thanks to the amazing tradespeople who have been working around-the-clock to build the seventh Plantation Homes House for Life at Springfield Lakes.

The countdown is now on to the first open home on 29 June. Not only will you have the opportunity to purchase a stylish new home in one of south east Queensland’s most dynamic and highly sought after areas, if you’re the lucky buyer, you’ll also be helping Queensland’s tiniest patients get the best possible start to life.

It wasn’t that long ago that the roof was going onto the house—now the house is complete!

You can find more information and photos of the house on the House for Life website.

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The generous support from all the suppliers and trades means the kitchen is an entertainer’s dream. We’d like to thank Willis Bros for the luxury stone bench tops, Jeld-Wen for the glass splash back, Hardings for the sinks, Reece for the tapware and Beaumont Tiles for the tiles. Just wait until you see the butler’s pantry.

The landscaping team have done an incredible job and in record time.

Treerific Landscaping and Fencing have been treerific! They project managed the landscaping and donated a large portion of the supplies.
Other key players in the landscaping are: Coastal Waterworks , Tinamba Turf, Reece Gold Coast Irrigation and Natural Green. Thanks for your support and getting together to make this luxury home look even better.

The lucky owner of this brand new home will also have full ducted air conditioning thanks to the team at Cold Front Air-conditioning.

Visit the House for Life website to see all the key features.

The house was completed in record time—needless to say we’re feeling very humbled by all the generous support from the many suppliers and trades who have dedicated so much to help raise money for Mater Little Miracles.

The first open home is on 29 June from 5.45pm—6.45pm, so mark it in your diaries now!

 

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