The Turners' House
The Turners' House
City: Dimmsdale
State: California
Country: United States
World: Earth
Additional Information
Also Known As:
  Timmy's House
Owned By:
  Turner family
Mr. Turner
Mrs. Turner
Timmy Turner
Vicky and Tootie's Parents
Dark Laser
Mr. Crocker
Production Information
First Appearance:
  The Fairly OddParents!
Destroyed In:
Channel Chasers

The Turners' House is the house where Timmy Turner and his parents reside. It looks almost like all of the other houses in their suburban neighborhood. The house has three stories.

House Description

The exterior of the house is painted white, with a red colored roof, a chimney running up the right side of the house, and a satellite dish and garage on the left. There are bushes in the front of the house, and a pathway leading up the front door. In the back yard is a garden, more bushes, and Timmy's Treehouse.

First Floor


The Turner's House at night

On the first floor, is the living room, the dining room, and the kitchen. Vicky often torments Timmy in the living room, such as trying to cut him in half, killing him with a laser, etc. In the kitchen, Timmy's mom cooks for Timmy and Timmy's dad. The dining room is where they have the meals and where they are served.

Second Floor

On the second floor is Timmy's bedroom, his parents' bedroom, and two restrooms. One is in Timmy's bedroom, but it is not always there, and another is outside in the hallway. Timmy's bedroom is on the 2nd floor as previously stated. He keeps all of his belongings in his closet there, and also his bed. On a small table next to him is the fishbowl in which Cosmo, Wanda, and now Poof live in. Timmy's parents sleep in a separate bedroom across the hall.

Third Floor

There is an attic on this floor. The Turners keep all of their old belongings in there.



  • Vicky and her family once stayed there because their house was destroyed by Timmy in "Timmy's 2-D House of Horror".
  • Some other guests are Dark Laser, Crocker, Francis, Abe Lincoln, and the Headless Horseman.
  • There is not always a second restroom.
  • The house is frequently destroyed but always comes back good as new in each episode.

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