The Amazing World Of Gumball House

Nicole and Richard’s room

  • This house is located at 1026 York Street, Vallejo, California, USA.
    • The house in real life only has one floor, but in Gumball, it has two floors and an attic.
    • The house is currently blurred out when in Google Maps Street View for unknown reasons, but it was most likely done in order to comply with Googles newfound privacy policy for Google Maps. As of September 25, 2021, the house is now blocked by a white square on Bing Maps.
  • The laundry room interior was revealed in “The Goons,” when Richard, Darwin, and Anais were playing with the washing machine.
  • The house was originally green when the Wattersons moved in, until Richard painted it as seen in “The Choices.”
  • The Watterson childrens room is to the right of the stairs, yet their window is shown in the front of the house. It means the layout of the house is inconsistent, or it may be an error on the writers part. Even stranger, in some episodes such as “The Poltergeist” and “The Car,” this window is part of the attic.
  • Gumball and Darwin have a game system in their living room, seemingly a combination of an SNES/SFC (controller) and Xbox 360 (shape and disc loading).
  • A record player is also present in the house. In Gumballs room, there is a computer similar to the 1985 Commodore Amiga 1000.
  • The Wattersons mailbox has a little black face on the door.
  • The Wattersons TV is made by a company called “Soppy,” which seems to be a parody of Sony. The real life TV set seems to be a 1979 IRRADIO (SALORA SCANMATIC 1E4)
  • The house has a chimney but there is little evidence of it being used, as the fireplace inside has the TV blocking it.
  • In the real life shots, the Robinsons house is on the left side. In the shot of the house on the show, the Robinsons house is on the right side.
  • In an early production , the house has eyes and a red awning over the porch with teeth. When asked if the house is alive, James Lamont replied “Everything in Elmore is alive.” This early design would later appear in the Void in the titular episode.
  • Gumballs room has a flag for a team called the “Ducks Dodgers,” likely a reference to the titular character from the cartoon Duck Dodgers.
  • Anais Flickr reveals a tire swing in the backyard, but it has not appeared in any of the episodes, other than a photo in “The Flakers.”
  • Richard reveals in “The Castle” that the front door is made of solid oak.
  • The houses front door has changed place over the seasons. Initially, the door was located to the right side and the front window was bigger, but it changed so the door is located in the front of the stairs and the front window became smaller.
  • The Wattersons house was the first place to appear in the show.
  • Kitchen

    The kitchen has a checkered floor, a screen door leading to the backyard, and a fridge with two cereal boxes on top of it, visible in The Prank. The sink also has a garbage disposal large enough to put a DVD in, as shown in The DVD.

    Nicole and Richard’s Room

    Nicole and Richards room has so far only appered in The Dress, The Poltergeist and The Car. In the former, only a wardrobe was shown and in the latter, only a small part of the bed was shown.


    Where is Elmore in real life?

    Trivia. This house is located at 1026 York Street, Vallejo, California, USA.

    Where is Gumball’s school in real life?

    The town of Elmore is mainly based off of Vallejo, California, with the geography being identical, while the school and certain buildings are based on San Francisco.

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