The first resident at #22 Ramsay Street was stripper Daphne Lawrence (Elaine Smith), and when she moved in with Des (Paul Keane), wacky doctor Clive moved in.
It became a love nest for Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis), who got it on there with wives Gail (Fiona Corke) and Christina (Gayle Blakeney).
After the Lim family’s disastrous short stay, Cheryl Stark (Caroline Gillmer) bought the house and her partner, Lou (Tom Oliver), moved in (even though Paul eventually rebought the property).
This was the original Ramsay home, first lived in by plumber Max Ramsay (Francis Bell) and then taken over by his sister, Madge Mitchell (Anne Charleston), who moved in with kids Charlene (Kylie Minogue) and Henry (Craig McLachlan), and later husband Harold Bishop (Ian Smith).
While they left Ramsay Street for a while, Marlene (Moya O’Sullivan) moved in until their return. After Madge died, Harold remained and lived there with son David (Kevin Harrington) and his family.
Once the home of the extended Robinson family, it became the Martin household after Jim Robinson (Alan Dale) died in 1993. Since 1999, it housed the Scullys, and while most of that family moved on, Lyn (Janet Andrewartha) remained with young son Oscar (Ingo Dammer-Smith) and rented out rooms to the Timmins family.
Hopefully, they appreciated the makeover the fictional reality TV show Making Mansions gave the property.
This was Des Clarke’s (Paul Keane) house until he sold it to the Willis family in 1990. In turn, they sold it to the Kennedys a few years later, and son Mal (Benjamin McNair) redecorated it, giving it a completely new look.
It then became the home of Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) after she received it as part of her divorce settlement.
Bought by Jim Robinson (Alan Dale) as a wedding present for his son Paul (Stefan Dennis) – until psycho first wife Terry (Maxine Klibingaitis) shot him there and was sent to prison – it didn’t feature in the action again until teacher Dorothy Burke (Maggie Dence) moved in.
It became a shared household jointly owned by Toadie, Stuart (Blair McDonough) and Connor (Patrick Harvey).
Once the family home of stickybeak Mrs Mangel (Vivean Gray) and her granddaughter, Jane Harris (Annie Jones), it has housed both the Rebecchi and Wilkinson families, as well as schoolteacher Tess Bell (Krista Vendy) before becoming the much-loved home of the Hoyland gang – Max Hoyland (Stephen Lovatt), his children, Boyd (Kyal Marsh) and Summer Hoyland (Marisa Siketa), and his wife, Stephanie Scully (Carla Bonner).
Situated on the corner of Ramsay Street, the little-known #34 featured in the 8000th episode (on 21 December 2018) only because its reclusive owner Valerie Grundy (Patti Newton) – who had lived there for 34 years – died in the sitting room.