Prince Albert abode: A home away from home for a Paarl family

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The table and chairs on the stoep were second-hand buys that Lizl painted; the built-in bench was already in place when the Krugers bought the house. The comfy cushions are old French flour sacks that Lizl had stuffed with feathers.
The table and chairs on the stoep were second-hand buys that Lizl painted; the built-in bench was already in place when the Krugers bought the house. The comfy cushions are old French flour sacks that Lizl had stuffed with feathers.

Photographs Greg Cox l Production Marian van Wyk

The ball-and-claw couch comes from Jako’s grandmother, Magriet Kruger, who lived in Steynsburg. It formed part of her living room suite, which was only used when the pastor came to visit, says Jako. Floor tiles from Decobella

The main bedroom has two doors that open out onto the spacious stoep.

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