Real Estate

second time a local wins a northern beaches designer home

Written by The ReReport



For $50 worth of tickets a man from Forestville has won this.

A man from Forestville whose wife works with defence veterans has won a $4 million beach house on the northern beaches.
The man, who didn’t want to be identified, won the North Curl Curl house in the RSL Art Unions raffle and was motivated to sign up and become a VIP member because his wife helps defence veterans.

Space to relax and have a barbecue.

The charity said the man with the winning ticket, #02242055, was lost for words when he received a call from RSL Art Union’s Commercial Manager on Friday morning.
But he has not only won the renovated Austin Ave property. The winner also receives $85,000 in gold bullion because he bought $50 worth of tickets.
The mystery winner only joined the charity six weeks ago.
He is now the proud owner of a three-storey five-bedroom, three-bathroom home in a prestige beach suburb.

A very schmick kitchen.

Pool and spa.

The Austin Ave home is on a 455sqm block and has 392sqm of internal living space as well as a heated swimming pool and spa. It was bought by the charity in the middle of 2017 for $3.7 million.
Tickets in the RSL Art Union raffle were just $5 each and 3,450,000 tickets were sold. The winning number was drawn at 10am on Friday October 19.
This is the second time a northern beaches resident has won the national RSL Art Union raffle. Two years ago a family from North Manly won the luxury home at 23 Carrington Pde, Freshwater. That raffle in 2016 was very popular and sold a record number of tickets early in the campaign.



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