Salvation Army to sell move-in-ready home

The Clyde North home is auctioned at 11am on November 12.

NB: this property sold at the November 12 auction for $1.096 million.

A move-in-ready home donated to the Salvation Army by Mirvac goes to auction tomorrow when it is expected to collect around $1 million.

Proceeds for the Clyde North property will go to the Red Shield Appeal – the not-for-profit said it should pay for about 2564 days of safe emergency accommodation.

The Mirvac Design team penned it.

Dubbed Transformation House, it spreads a 397 square metre block at 84 Smiths Lane, within the Smiths Lane estate.

Over two floors, the 321 sqm dwelling contains four bedrooms, a double garage, resort style backyard with a pool and is 7-star NatHers rated.

“A home to create safe homes, Transformation House was built in just eight months by Mirvac with the generous support of 25 trusted suppliers,” a company statement said (story continues below).

Amongst those, is Austral Bricks, Colorbond, Dowell, Hebel, Heidelberg Lintels, Superior Heating & Cooling and Unitex.

It is also move-in-ready care of furniture provided by, amongst others, Globe West.

Earlier this year the Royal Children’s Hospital banked $1.082m from a 300.1 sqm Mickleham home donated by Henley on land contributed by Villawood.

Transformation House is auctioned onsite at 11am.

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