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Stranger Homes: Max Mayfield and Lucas Sinclair

This summer we’re spending our evenings in Hawkins, Indiana and if you’re like us, you’ve been preparing for the return of the demogorgons since last October. Since last season ended on a happy note, sort of, we were left with a lot of questions. After the final shot of the Mind Slayer creeping over Hawkins Middle School, our screens went dark and we had to wait for another year-and-a-half just to find out what happens next. The one question we don’t have – where would Max and Lucas be once they grew up and moved out of the creature-ridden place of Hawkins, Indiana? We have that answer for you with no waiting required.

Take Me Out of Hawkins

Max and Lucas have had an interesting start to their relationship, from Max being the new girl to the Stranger Things squad to the kiss the two shared at their school’s Snow Ball Dance. Flash forward (or backward?) to 1989 and the duo are looking to move out of Hawkins and into a new home; where would they end up? Boston, Massachusetts. It’s a town full of history and activities, but free of demogorgons. With everything in walking, or skateboarding, distance, Max and Lucas will spend their days in a shotgun style home built in the early 1900s.

Max Mayfield and Lucas Sinclair Must-Haves and Nice-to-Haves
Must-Haves and Nice-to-Haves

When looking for their home, their must-haves and nice-to-haves are just as important as the location. Their must-have of relocation brings them to Boston. It’s the perfect place for Max and Lucas to escape their siblings. Erica won’t be able to call Lucas a nerd and Max won’t need Billy to drive her around anymore. Max also needed a home that had an upgraded electrical panel to keep the power going when she’s playing all of her retro arcade games, Dig Dug, anyone? With Max having her own hobby, Lucas puts a basement on his nice-to-haves list specifically for Dungeons & Dragons tournaments. They both agree that their last nice-to-have would be a garage upgraded to maximize space for their skateboard and bicycle collection.

 

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