The Loud House (1216 Franklin Avenue, Royal Woods, Michigan) is the home and residence of the Loud family. This is the main setting of the series, as most of the episodes take place here.
The exterior of the house is painted white, with a black colored roof, a porch on the front side, a chimney running up the left side of the house, and a garage on the right side. The walls of the basement are made of red bricks.
The first floor of the house includes the family's living room, dining room, and kitchen, as well as Lynn Sr. and Rita's bedroom. Upstairs is a hallway that leads to each of the kids' bedrooms. Lincoln's bedroom, which was converted from a large closet, is on one end of the hallway, while the house's only bathroom is on the other end.
The house's address is revealed in "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House".
According to the episode "Homespun", the house suffers from faulty water pressure, creaky floorboards, rotting wood, a clunky furnace, crummy TV signals, doorknobs that broke off from their doors, a malfunctioning mailbox, and a broken doorbell.
- The house is inspired by Chris Savino's childhood home. The address of the house (1216) is the same as the address where he grew up. Also, the boomerang and the frisbee on the roof of the Loud house are based on the many toys and objects Savino's family threw on their house roof.
- Lincoln's room, Lori's room, and the living room are the most occupied rooms in the house.
- Because of the children's many antics and messes, the house has been partially, or completely destroyed multiple times, like in "No Guts, No Glori" and "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House".
- The house is close to both a barbershop and a church.