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The Aspire 174 features 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a double garage with a large kitchen, meals, living area that flows onto a 20sqm+ alfresco area. The kitchen has extra bench space and a butler’s pantry connects to the laundry, ideal for entertaining. Ceilings are raised and the plasterwork has an elegant square set.
Parents will enjoy an extended ensuite and walk in robe with upgraded robe fitouts. The remaining bedrooms and well-proportioned for children or teens. The home features an array of upgrades including an outdoor kitchen, floor to ceiling bathroom tiles, Caesarstone benchtops, downlights + lots more.
Arcadia in Officer is one of the most popular new master-planned communities in Melbourne’s south east. With three brand new schools and a childcare centre, and walking distance to Officer train station and the future Officer town centre, you’ll love calling Arcadia home.
The sought after 465sqm lot is ideally located in the heart of the community, just a stone’s throw from a brand new neighbourhood park.
My Room is a volunteer led organisation, working together to support patients and families affected by cancer, without the bureaucracy. We rely on the generosity of our donors to fund support for families, medical equipment, clinical care, research and trials. We’re committed to raising funds ethically and in a cost effective manner.
Over the past 28 years, My Room has raised more than $22 million to improve the quality of life for patients with childhood cancer. My Room won’t stop until there’s a 100% cure rate for childhood cancers. Until then, it will continue supporting patients and families during their treatment journey and into their future.
Lachlan Kinsella has been a battler from an early age. At just 20 months old, on 9 June 2019, Lachlan was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma. Treatment began immediately with Lachlan undergoing five rounds of chemotherapy at Monash Children’s Hospital. Just four months later, Lachlan underwent an 11-hour surgery to remove the tumour, which resulted in the loss of his left kidney.
Once Lachlan had fully recovered he was admitted to the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) where he had a stem cell transplant. And then radiation therapy at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, where he was put under general anaesthetic every day for 12 days. The process was tough on Lachlan’s body. Lachlan is currently in the fifth and final stage of his treatment plan, which involves five rounds of immunotherapy, also administered at the RCH.
What has been a nightmare for the Kinsella family has been made that tiny bit more bearable thanks to the doctors, nurses and support staff who have cared for Lachlan the entire way, including his time spent with the My Room funded physiotherapist.
The money raised from the auction of this property will make an enormous difference to Lachlan and hundreds of children like him who are treated each year. When you decide to make a bid at the auction in October, you can do so knowing that your purchase will help to give children like Lachlan the best opportunity possible to grow up to lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.
Channel 9 has been a proud supporter of My Room for the past 14 years, providing a platform for the volunteer led children’s cancer charity to help achieve its goal to make a difference to the lives of children with cancer and their families.
In 2016, the Footy Show Telethon was launched with all proceeds raised going to fund cancer research, vital medical staff and equipment, and supporting families in need.
In the last four years, the Telethon, now known as the 9 My Room Telethon has raised more than $4.9 million for the charity. Proceeds from the sale of the 2020 Home For A Cure will be announced at the 9 My Room Telethon later this year.
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