|No. of floors:||3|
|First appearance:||"The Ed-Touchables"|
Edd's House is located on the corner of the Cul-de-Sac with only one immediate neighbor. Edd's house is ideally positioned for keeping an eye on Eddy. On one occasion, the bathroom was taken out for repairs and reinstalled later. The whole exterior of the house is painted blue.
Edd's Room is methodically laid out with an ant farm (that contains exactly 4,837 ants), a cactus named "Jim," an anatomical replica of a human skull, forceps, other medical items, and models of the planets hanging from the ceiling. Everything in his room is labeled, although Eddy occasionally pokes fun at Edd's labeling system. He keeps his room meticulously clean. Anyone who enters his room has to exchange their shoes for a pair of sanitized bunny slippers. The basic coloring of Edd's room is green and yellow. He has a large bookcase with all of the books alphabetically sorted, according to "Stop, Look and Ed." His room also has a security system; if anyone other than Edd himself is found touching his belongings, the system will be activated, which will prompt the door to unlock and play a recorded message which asks the offender to leave his room, albeit in a pleasant manner, reflecting upon the owner. It was seen in "Mirror, Mirror, on the Ed." There is a window in the room that can be lifted open and propped in place by a ruler. His room contains a filing cabinet as seen in "To Sir with Ed" which is located close to his desk. His closet, as seen in "Cleanliness Is Next to Edness" is opened by placing his feet in their designated foot outlines, which sink into the floor, opening a box containing the door knob. Inside his closet is a methodical array of all his bathing materials such as: bubble bath, loofahs, sanitized shower caps, bath robes, and last but not least, a rotating organizer holding his hats for each day of the week.
Edd's Parents' Room
Edd's parents' room is located on the second floor of his house, seen in detail in "Fa-La-La-La-Ed." Whenever visitors are stopping by, Edd states that his parent's room is off-limits. Some of the items in his parent's room include two separate beds, first-aid kits situated at the foot of the beds, a fire extinguisher mounted on the wall, and pictures of pears all over the room. There is a dressing table in the corner of the room that contains a drawer full of sticky notes. There is also a closet in their room that includes a bunch of ugly plaid jackets, a golf club bag, a bowling ball, a box labeled "Edd's Baby Clothes," a box labeled "Extra Smoke Detector," a box labeled "Masking Tape," a box labeled "Umbrellas: 1959-1982," bubble wrap, a strange box labeled "Friday," and a box containing the "Ancestral Fruitcake."
Edd has a rather large bathroom filled with multiple cabinets including one with a "Keep Out" sticky note on one of the doors. It also has a toilet with a flower vase and a tissue box on top of it, a sink, a stool where Edd lays his dirty clothes on, and a bathtub with a scrubbing wand and loofah hanging on the wall. His bathroom was once removed for renovation in "Cleanliness Is Next to Edness." Oddly enough, there is also a wall not allowed to be touched.
Edd's kitchen is quite big. It contains a sink, many cupboards, a cooker with an oven, a refrigerator, a clock, a round table with three chairs, main door, and a passage to his living room. Edd's kitchen is where most of the sticky notes are.
Edd is a very gifted inventor. Most of his creations or experiments happen in his garage, such as the Elevation Boots and Edzilla. The garage was once destroyed in "The Day the Ed Stood Still" by Edzilla. His garage includes gardening tools, work tools, planks of wood, jars of insects, and even a barrel marked as radioactive waste as seen in "Eeney, Meeney, Miney, Ed." However, in "The Day the Ed Stood Still," it is shown to contain water.
Edd's Basement was prominently featured in the episode "3 Squares and an Ed," where Edd and Eddy ride down the laundry chutes that lead to the basement. Edd's basement is described by Eddy as having "dryer lint, paint cans, lonely socks, and mildew," as well as his pet spider, Mildred. His basement includes a standard washer and dryer machine, a radiator, a small sink, and a large cabinet containing all of Edd's failed inventions. There are also three vents that pop out of the ceiling which are used as laundry chutes. Edd's basement was featured again in the episode "The Luck of the Ed" where it was used to store Edd's electron microscope.
The Auxiliary Bedroom was only seen in "Cleanliness is Next to Edness" when Edd was about open the door to the bathroom. However, a full view was never revealed.
Edd's backyard features a small shed which was used during "In Like Ed" to spy on Kevin. It also contains an old fashioned push-mower. Many trees and shrubs surround Edd's yard, which leads into the lane at the back, apparently. In "Keeping up with the Eds," several yard objects are visible such as plant pots, model flamingos, etc.
- Edd's parents' room is the only parents' room to be seen in the whole series.
- The wall in Edd's kitchen is normally yellow, but in "Tight End Ed," it's blue.
- Edd's house was once destroyed by Ed in "Every Which Way But Ed" after an overcharge of static electricity.
- Strangely, in "A Glass of Warm Ed," his kitchen is located to the right of the staircase. In other episodes, his kitchen is located to the left of the staircase.
- This is the first house to be shown in the series.
|Houses||Ed and Sarah's House • Edd's House • Eddy's House • Jimmy's House • Jonny's House • Kankers' Trailer • Kevin's House • Nazz's House • The Old Abandoned House • Rolf's House|
|Residential areas||Construction Site • The Cul-de-Sac • Park n' Flush|
|Community||The Candy Store • The Factory • The Junkyard • Peach Creek Community Pool • Peach Creek Jr. High • The Playground • The Swimming Hole • The Woods • Lih's Supply Co. • The Kitchen Shop • Danny's Meat Shop • Café Fondue • Laundromat • Java Hut • The Econo Company|
|Other||The Creek • The Lane • Mountain Range • The Sewers • The Peach Orchard • The World • The Pit|