A Kath & Kim fan has managed to salvage the door from the show’s ‘effluent’ Fountain Lakes home before it was demolished earlier this month.
Melbourne artist James Lemon told PEDESTRIAN.TV that he went to the site and noticed the door was going to be thrown away, so naturally, he saved it.
“There were tiles everywhere, there were planks of wood, there was a wall that had caved in,” he told the publication.
He added, “It was just a real nightmare. It felt really final, I think that’s what it was.”
James also made it clear that he has no intentions to sell the door and instead hopes the door will be “admired publicly” at the “right museum”.
The waterfront property, which is located 35 kms south-east of Melbourne in Patterson Lakes, is being renovated by its owner as she prepares to rebuild the home.
So, pop the ‘Cardonnay’, warm up the footy franks and put on an episode or two of Kath & Kim to pay your respects to this iconic home.