Charity unveils prize of whole beachfront apartment block

Celebrity designer Neale Whitaker in the penthouse at North Kirra.
Buy a $10 lottery ticket and you could become an instant beachfront millionaire.
The winner of the latest RSL Art Union draw will come home to an entire luxury apartment complex on the Gold Coast worth $10m.
The major prize of the biggest ever mid-year draw is a block of four whole-floor units, including a double-storey penthouse with panoramic ocean views over North Kirra.
The winner can choose to either live in the building, rent out all the units to earn an estimated $329,000 per year, or sell an apartment or two and become an instant multi-millionaire.
The prize includes a two-storey penthouse and three other luxury units
Celebrity interior designer and The Block Australia judge Neale Whitaker unveiled the latest prize home, which has been professionally styled with a total of $440,740 worth of furniture and appliances.
“This is undeniably one of the most beautiful parts of Australia. The five-storey oasis is perfectly positioned on the Gold Coast, where you get the old-town vibe of Kirra and Coolangatta and the thriving nightlife, arts, food and coffee culture of Burleigh Heads,” Mr Whitaker said.
Natural textures and a calming palette of blues, greens, corals and neutrals have been used to give each home a unique style echoing the coastal surrounds.
The penthouse has a rooftop terrace
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“The styling choices throughout live in harmony with the magnificent views. Tranquil colour schemes, decor and furniture give the home a relaxed, contemporary, coastal vibe that truly echoes the oceanside location — it’s beach living at its absolute, irresistible best,” Mr Whitaker said.
The penthouse apartment has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder room and a private rooftop terrace.
RSL Art Union general manager Tracey Bishop said money raised from ticket sales supported veterans and their families.
The master bedroom has a feature headboard repurposed from a timber room screen
“The RSL Art Union prize draw is just one of the ways we show our continued commitment to delivering critical funding for the support of the defence community including their families, particularly during transition from defence life to civilian life,” Ms Bishop said.
Tickets for Draw #395 cost $10 each, with the winner to be drawn on May 25.

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