- A Mater Prize Home will feature among the $650M project
- House will feature a pontoon
- Mater Prize Homes has been active for over 60 years
Keylin and Kinstone have announced a Mater Prize Home will be built within their Serenity 4214 Gold Coast development.
The Brisbane-based developers’ $650 million project is located on the border of Hope Island and Helensvale. The prize home is set to be built within Serenity Waters, with the first stage of the project to feature 110 waterfront land lots.
Keylin Director, Louis Cheung, is delighted about the collaboration with Mater Prize Homes.
“Mater Prize Home Lotteries raises funds to support vital medical research and exceptional patient care at Mater in Queensland and we are thrilled to be able to gift a pontoon as part of our dedication.”
Louis Cheung, Keylin Director
Ashwin Property Director, Tony Aswin, who is managing the sales and marketing campaign for the project, said Serenity 4212 continues to be met with high interest thanks to its location within the highly sought after Gold Coast North Shore.
“The waterfront community we are creating will bring new, sophisticated offerings across three stages to the highly sought-after precinct,” said Mr Aswhin.
“Buyers are predominately owner-occupiers and downsizers from the local area who have been drawn to Serenity 4212 to its surrounding waterways and native land, whilst providing incredible connectivity to northern suburbs.”
Tony Ashwin, Ashwin Property
Mater Prize Homes has been active for more than 60 years across Australia with the Mater Foundation raising funds to support their Health, Research and Education divisions.
Currently, a $1.8 million package featuring a house in Maudsland – also in the Gold Coast – is the latest Mater Prize Home with tickets closing on Sunday 20 June. A $1.76 million Sanctuary Cove Prize Package – also on Hope Island – will close on 20 August.
The Serenity 4212 prize home is scheduled for lottery in 2022.