4 St Naum Tce, Lalor, a four-bedroom house up for auction on November 24 with part of the proceeds going to the NK Foundation for underprivileged kids established by tennis ace Nick Kyrgios.
HOME ownership won’t be the only dream up for grabs at a Lalor auction next month.
Part of the proceeds from the sale of the four-bedroom house at 14 St Naum Tce will go to a foundation established by tennis ace Nick Kyrgios to help disadvantaged youths achieve their sporting dreams.
The NK Foundation offers sporting opportunities to underprivileged kids, including training camps and mentoring programs.
It is establishing a Melbourne facility that will provide tennis and basketball courts, a pool, gymnasium and dormitories.
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Nick Kyrgios is doing good work in the community through his NK Foundation.
One of the foundation’s partners, Haven The Agency, will auction the near-new house on November 24.
Auctioneer Niclas Haidaris said the home’s builder Kosta Dimitrakis and owners Zlatko and Nicole Nedanovski had agreed to donate part of the proceeds to the foundation.
“We have all jumped on board to support this worthy cause,” he said.
“I feel privileged and excited to be conducting this special auction as I know we will be helping disadvantaged kids realise some of their dreams.”
Pictured at the front of the house are, from left, Owners Nicole and Zlatko Nedanovski, Haven The Agency director Rachael Lay, NK Foundation chief executive Christos Kyrgios, New Wave Corporation director and builder Kosta Dimitrakis.
Mr Nedanovski, a tennis enthusiast who grew up in Lalor, said he was honoured to be involved.
“It’s fantastic that we can contribute towards helping these children,” he said.
The Nedanovskis custom-designed and built their dream home in Lalor’s Mozaic Estate about two years ago.
“It’s been a lovely home for us,” Mr Nedanovski said.
“It’s great for entertaining and to bring up a family.”
The house has a variety of light-filled living areas, ideal for entertaining.
The couple and their daughter, Emily, 14 months, plan to move to Melbourne’s bayside area after the sale.
The double-storey house with a $1-$1.1 million asking price features energy-efficient double-glazed windows and doors.
Filled with light, it showcases lavish fittings including European engineered timber floors and stone benchtops.
The property comes with multiple indoor and outdoor living areas, a designer kitchen with a butler’s pantry, and a hotel-style main bedroom with a grand marble ensuite.
Mr Haidaris said the home was a standout in the area.
“It is completely different to anything else in the estate,” he said.
“It is striking from the front and really well presented throughout inside with quality features.”
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