Telethon Home to raise funds for kids in need
Welcome to Perth’s kindest street.
In the leafy surrounds of The Hales Estate in Forrestfield, Evergreen Grove is helping WA’s sick kids more than any other street in the State.
The road, which hosts last year’s Telethon Home, will soon have this year’s Telethon Home, leading to it being dubbed Perth’s kindest street.
The 2019 Telethon Home by Residential Building WA will feature fresh modern designs with spacious living areas, four bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
It will have two outdoor entertaining areas on a 450sqm block to create the perfect family home.
“We are very proud to continue our involvement, in this very worthy cause, for the kids of WA,” JWH Group managing director Julian Walter said.
“We appreciate the efforts of our trades, suppliers and staff in making this dream a reality and helping Telethon improve the lives of WA kids.”
Residential Building WA general manager Jim Ilias said: “We are so proud to be able to showcase our advanced build techniques and design innovation this year in our stunning new home.”
Satterley chief executive Nigel Satterley said the company was once again excited to have this year’s Telethon Home in one of its newest estates.
This article was published in the West Australian 17 June 2019.
17 Jun 2019