Greens' House is the primary residence of the protagonists of Big City Greens.
The Green residence has been standing for many centuries and has been relatively unchanged; only occasionally to suit itself for modern conveniences such as a television and a phone. It has had a recurring history with nearly getting bought or sold to land developers, but the Greens have always been resistant due to sudden business shifts, stubbornness and overall sense of pride. When the series begins, Alice Green is shown to be the owner of the house. She raised her son Bill who moved away once he got older. By the time he had grown, Big City was already a bustling utopia. The house was still standing in the middle of the city with a coffee place (which later becomes empty) to its left and a apartment complex to its right.
Upon entering, the visitor is greeted by a hallway, a closet to the right and a living room to the left. The living room has its sofas, a coffee table a television and shelfs with various items on them. Through the living room is the kitchen with a round dinner table and numerous appliances. A second entry way leads back out into the hallway.
Three rooms align the halls: a bathroom with a toilet, sink and bathtub; Bill's room; and Gramma Alice's room. At the very end of the hall is an extra room for Cricket and Tilly. Unlike the other two bedrooms, it is not well furbished, though it is still rather comfortable. This implies that it was initially a different room, or it was built to accommodate them.
Through the kitchen, is the back door which leads into the garden which the Greens use to farm. A large apple tree stands outside along with the garage which is separated from the house.
- So far, the history of when and who built the house has not been revealed.
- In "Level Up" the Greens had an extra garden on top of Big Coffee. Following its destruction and eventual rebuild, they do not appear to have it anymore.