Luxury home sale proceeds donated to Canuck Place Abbotsford

The proceeds from the sale of a luxury home in Eagle Estates will be donated to benefit the Canuck Place Children’s Hospice in Abbotsford.

Filomena Nalewajek

Filomena Nalewajek

The proceeds from the sale of a luxury home in Eagle Estates will be donated to benefit the Canuck Place Children’s Hospice in Abbotsford.Longtime Fraser Valley developer Ken Voth of Surrey-based Voth Brothers Developments has partnered with Joe Segal of Kingswood Capital Corporation of Vancouver in the donation.They are giving the net proceeds from the sale of a 3,494-sq.ft. home located at 35623 Eagle View Place on Eagle Mountain.The house is expected be sold for approximately $850,000, and will net Canuck Place about $250,000.Voth said Canuck Place will be an asset to B.C. families that need compassionate palliative care.“I’m impressed by the fact the 30,000-square-foot children’s hospice will double the capacity of the Vancouver hospice,” said Voth in a press release from Canuck Place.The new facility, with 10 beds and five family suites, is under construction next to Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre. Services there will include 24/7 physician and nursing support and consultation, end-of-life care, pain and symptom management, respite care, school, music and play therapy, recreation opportunities and counseling.It is part of the Campus of Care project being developed on Marshall Road that includes Abbotsford Hospice Society’s adult hospice and resource centre, and Matthew’s House, a long-term respite facility for children with chronic illnesses.Canuck Place CEO Filomena Nalewajek noted that the donors, as well as the project’s trades, suppliers and realtor are all giving to the project, to drive down the cost of the house.“It’s wonderful news for Canuck Place. We are so appreciative of this significant and imaginative donation to our campaign,” she said. “We are grateful for the generosity of all those involved, and most especially for leadership and support that Ken has demonstrated towards this project.  He has played an instrumental role from its inception.”According to the press release, the buyer of the home “will enjoy unobstructed mountain views and a quiet neighbourhood surrounded by natural greenery, parks and walking trails. The home’s stylish interior features seven-inch crown mouldings, painted raised panel doors, high-efficiency heating, granite countertops and custom-built maple cabinets.”It is expected to be completed by early June.