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Home For A Cure 2024

Discover the 2024 Home for a Cure by Henley - With the contemporary Duke facade, the 7-star Lily 352-D38 from the Mainvue Collection, is designed to cater perfectly to the evolving needs of modern families.

Botanical Home for a Cure 2024 front elevation

Introducing 2024 Home for a Cure!

A distinctive and beautiful family home that goes beyond the ordinary. More than just bricks and mortar, this 7-star energy-efficient home is purpose-driven. Boasting five expansive bedrooms, two bathrooms, and four versatile living spaces, including a generous study, it epitomises the essence of modern living.

The Location

Botanical offers the best-positioned land for sale in Mickleham, with easy access to the Melbourne CBD via the Tullamarine Freeway or a 45-minute train ride from the nearby Donnybrook Station. You’ll also be close to established Craigieburn. With all the amenities you and your family will need from the first day you move in, plus a host of education facilities.

Within Botanical, you will find over 30 hectares of planned open spaces, a planned shopping village, planned sports oval and a connection to neighbouring future community recreation facilities for you and your family to enjoy.


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Botanical, Mickleham artist impression of sports oval.

About 2024 Home for a Cure by Henley

With the contemporary Duke facade, the 7-star Lily 352-D38 from the Mainvue Collection, is designed to cater perfectly to the evolving needs of modern families.

The lavish master suite features a substantial dressing and walk-in robe, along with an ensuite that seamlessly combines comfort and practicality. Every bedroom comes complete with a walk-in robe, while the generously sized kitchen and butler’s pantry provide ample space for both cooking and entertaining.

Beyond its stunning design and functionality, this home also supports My Room’s Children’s Cancer Charity. Your investment in this home contributes to My Room’s vision of achieving a 100% cure rate for all childhood cancers.

Home for a Cure Botanical Floorplan


If a new home is even a possible consideration for 2024, this could be a wonderful option for you.

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Botanical artist impression of a park

About My Room

Proceeds of the sale go to My Room Children’s Cancer Charity

In 1993, a group of parents came together with the humble goal of raising enough money to renovate the rooms in the cancer ward of The Royal Children’s Hospital. They achieved that goal and more. Over the past 30 years, My Room has raised more than $30 million to improve the quality of life for patients with childhood cancer.

My Room Children’s Cancer Charity is a volunteer-led organization, working together to support patients and families affected by cancer, without bureaucracy. We rely on the generosity of our donors to fund support for families, vital medical equipment, clinical care, research, and trials. We’re committed to raising funds ethically and in a cost-effective manner.

My Room has a full-time executive and provides offices, administration, and financial management services pro bono. We’re proud to say we keep administration costs low and combined with our efficient fundraising methods, we administer 95% of the total donations directly to the projects funded. We hold a deductible gift recipient status (DGR1) and are registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

My Room child

2022 Home For A Cure Charity Auction

The 2022 Home for a Cure charity auction was another huge success, with the home selling for $905,000 at True North estate in Greenvale with proceeds going to My Room Children’s Cancer Charity.

The auction was the centerpiece of a fundraising effort that also included a telethon hosted by Channel 9, raising a total of more than $3.3 million, following the auction result. The proceeds will go towards support for families with a child undergoing cancer treatment, medical equipment, clinical care, research, and clinical trials.

Home for a Cure 2022 home