In operation since 1979, the Nanaimo Community Hospice provides end-of-life care to individuals and their families struggling with terminal illnesses. The organization is dedicated to ensuring that those diagnosed with an untreatable medical condition can live out their remaining days in dignity while surrounded by their loved ones.
These days, regional healthcare facilities are overwhelmed by patients receiving non-terminal or palliative care leaving little space for people with end-of-life conditions. In response to these circumstances, the Nanaimo Community Hospice teamed up with the Lantzville Foothills community development and Momentum Design Build to offer the first-ever Dream Home Lottery to support Hospice care in the Mid-Island region.
Located within The Foothills, a master-planned community neighborhood located in Lantzville, the dream home on offer is nothing short of spectacular. The 3000 square foot house boasts fantastic ocean views and a full slate of modern features. A joint effort between the Canadian Homebuilders Association and Momentum Design Build, the building project brings together the latest developments in home design resulting in one incredible house.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home comes complete with an open concept kitchen, dining and living room layout designed to create a spacious yet intimate environment along with a robust entertainment room perfect for relaxing and enjoying time with family and friends.
In addition to the unbelievable design and construction provided by Momentum Design Build, several Hazelwood companies are contributing to the project. Hazelwood Construction is building retaining walls on the site to tame the steep slopes on the lot. SCS Manufacturing is supplying architectural components including an exposed steel staircase and railings. Baywood Glass is providing mirrors and shower glass, and K2 Stone products will be featured throughout the house. On top of all these impressive attributes, a dunk pool situated on the naturally landscaped yard will keep the lucky homeowners cool during the summer months.
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