It’s noice, it’s different, it’s un-ewesual, and ‘Chateau Kath’ can now be yours.
The Patterson Lakes house used in the hit Australian comedy Kath & Kim is once again on the market, selling for $1.3 million.
Set in the fictional Fountain Lakes, this is the house where Kath Day-Knight lived with her hunk of spunk butcher husband Kel Knight and had frequent visits from self-indulgent daughter Kim and Kim’s pash-rash prone ‘second best friend’ Sharron.
The two storey, four bedroom home still looks quite similar to what it did on screen, with only a few minor updates.
But fans may be surprised to learn that the middle-class suburban home depicted on screen is actually a million dollar waterfront property in real life.
It features a kitchen (the perfect spot for a glass of cAR-donnay), formal and casual living spaces, four bedrooms, a patio overlooking the water, direct access to a private beach area and jetty, and has its own boat mooring. Effluent, indeed.
The waterfront was hidden by a large fence during filming, but this has since been taken down to allow residents to take full advantage of the prime location.
No doubt it’s also a good neighbourhood to pull on your best fluoro lycra and do some power walking around the block, if that’s your thing.
The Australian cult comedy was written by Jane Turner and Gina Riley and wrapped up filming in 2007 after four successful seasons. It then had two spin-off films: Da Kath & Kim Code and Kath & Kimderella.
4 Lagoon Place was previously on the market in December 2015 with a different agency, but failed to sell after 200 days on the market.
It last sold for $1.305 million in August 2014, and for $1.23 million the time before that in March 2011.
The home is for private sale through Ray White Patterson Lakes.