Appin charity house furnished and styled | gallery

A house that has been built in just 28 days has now been beautifully furnished.

Interior designers from Freedom styled the house in Appin in two days.

The McDonald Jones house was built for the Children’s Cancer Institute Build for a Cure initiative, which will see the house auctioned off to raise money for cancer research.

Tradies from the Macarthur region volunteered their time during the project. 

They build required several trades to coordinate in order to complete the build in the tight timeframe.

The institute’s head of fundraising Anne Johnston said the “house was stunning” and she was excited to see the end result.

“The house is lovely, light, bright and contemporary and I can see a family living here,” she said.

“I’m sure this home with be filled with laughter, fun and entertainment.”.

Ms Johnston said the house had every facility a family could want.

“The house has a wonderful master suite with a big bedroom, ensuite and walk-in-wardrobe,” she said. “The room will give parents their own space.

“The bedrooms are a good size, have built in wardrobes and offer privacy.

“There is a lovely kitchen and living area that flows from the indoors to the outdoors.

“There is also a children’s movie room. Everything has been thought of. There is heaps of storage and a study nook which provides a quiet space for children to do their homework. And there are two car spaces.

“Freedom has styled a beautiful, sophisticated home with the newest range with strong statement pieces that are stylish and comfortable.

“The artwork is also beautiful and the house comes with modern technology and small and large appliances.

“What more could a family want. It not just a house, it is a home.”

Ms Johnston thanked the tradies who worked together as well as McDonald Jones Homes, Freedom, Winning Appliances and Walker Corporation who all “entered into project with a great spirit and a desire to cure kids cancer.”

“Every dollar will go towards research to help cure children’s cancer,” she said.

She also thanked the Appin community for their support including Di Mez Real Estate, Appin IGA, Appin Dogs, Appin Bakery, Appin Chamber of Commerce and Wollondilly Council.

Ms Johnston encouraged the community and people interested in purchasing the house to go to the reveal day on Sunday, September 17.

“Sunday will be a huge celebration of the people who worked together with one aim,” she said.

“The event kicks off at 11am. Television personality Scott Cam will be there and there will also be a jumping castle, face painting, a mock laboratory where children can extract DNA from a strawberry and a lot more.”

Ms Johnston said they hoped to sell the house for $650,000 to $700,000, which includes the $250,000 worth of furniture and appliances.