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House made famous by Australian TV series Kath and Kim opens doors to public

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The house made famous by hit Australian TV series Kath and Kim is opening its doors to the public.

It's a house that's been described as "noice", different and unusual - and it still has most of the original interior.

"The tiles are original, and I believe the benchtops are original, and just the cupboards – same cupboard faces but they have been painted by the previous owner," homeowner Jo Kelly told Nine News.

The property sold for $1.5 million in 2016, and is now raising money for a brain cancer charity.

The open home is a one-day-only event, with the home to undergo renovations afterwards.

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The property has been opened to fans for one day only to raise money for a brain cancer charity. Source: Breakfast