FAMILIES looking for a brand new place to call their own should look no further than 104 Cedar Ave, Naracoorte.
With four bedrooms, two spacious living areas, ample storage space, stone kitchen benchtops and sparkling new appliances, the property is the perfect place to settle.
Naracoorte Lions Club built the house as a fundraiser for the hospital's CT scan appeal and, thanks to the generosity of tradesmen and other businesses in the community, hasn't spared any expense.
After several open days it will go to auction at 10am on April 26.
Project chair Ross Gleeson said everyone involved was very proud of what had been achieved.
"This project really epitomises the generosity of our community and our finished product is indicative of the quality of the workmanship of the tradies we have in our town," he said.
"Not only the businesses but many of the employees have also contributed by giving their time.
"It really does belong to the community and we are very grateful."
The project started over two years ago as a Lions initiative and has been a worthwhile experience for all who embraced it.
It is hopeful a net of $100,000 will be realised from the sale to go towards establishing a CT scan in town - to benefit most, if not all, people in the broader community at some point.