In the first film, the Parr's house was a beige-colored single-story 2,300 square foot house that shared its architecture with American suburban homes seen in the 1960s. It had a flat, brown roof and narrow windows close to the ceiling. The house had two levels: the main level and a basement. Inside were three bedrooms (one for each of the children) and one master bedroom, an office/trophy room for Bob, a two-car garage, a patio, and a shed. Its address was printed next to the front door.
The second house is a massive cliffside mansion integrated underneath a waterfall. Superficially, it is nearly 20,000 square feet with a single roof, floor-to-ceiling windows and ceiling windows, indoor rock formations, a single grand room and fireplace, and a bright yellow kitchen next to it. The stairs lead to a second floor, where four bedrooms and four baths can be found. Underneath the mansion is an underground den garage and pools that can be viewed underneath the grand room. Outside of the house is a large yard and patio, and an infinity pool that serves as the den's ceiling.
- Since the Parrs’ home was destroyed at the end of “The Incredibles,” the team knew they would need new digs for “Incredibles 2.” The new home for the Parr family was designed to evoke a “rocket to the future,” symbolizing the family’s good fortune and introducing a new and exciting dynamic to the Incredibles world. The designers imagined that the home was a real world space, designed by the finest high-end architects and craftspeople, so each room was created to be as enticing and functional as possible. “We want the audience to be in awe but still believe this is a real place, so we had to create a layout that would work with what was still an emerging story, which is challenging but really important to establish that believability.” – Ralph Eggleston, Production Designer
The first home of the Parrs was a house in the suburbs of Metroville at an address of 440. By the beginning of the film, the Parrs have lived in this house for three years and had only recently finished unpacking. Two months later, the family embarks on an excursion to Nomanisan Island while the youngest, Jack-Jack Parr, was left at home in the care of his babysitter, Kari McKeen. However, the Incredibles return home to find Syndrome has infiltrated their home and has Jack-Jack hostage. Syndrome then blasts a hole in the roof to escape with Jack-Jack, but the family thwarts his efforts and destroy his Manta Jet in the process; the wreckage of the jet lands on the house following this, leading to the house's unfortunate destruction.
Kari spends a hectic night at the house babysitting Jack-Jack when the latter's powers manifest, leading to Jack-Jack teleporting through, transforming, and incinerating inside the house. By morning, the house is in disarray with scorch marks everywhere and furniture scattered.
Set three months after the first film, the Parr family relocate into a second home away from the city after spending time in a motel. The house originally belonged to businessman Winston Deavor who owned many houses and gave the Parr's this residence.
This building was an upscale mansion designed for the family's superhero and mundane activities, as it contained a remote-control features, surveillance systems, several hidden entrances, and a secret underground garage.
- The Parr Residence in Incredibles 2 is closely based on Tony Stark 's mansion in the movie Iron Man , which itself is a real world mansion. This also fits with Winston Deavor commenting on its former owner being an eccentric billionaire who liked to come and go without being seen. Combined with him being a promoter of Superheroes and honest businessman, it's not unreasonable to suggest that Deavor knows of Stark's secret identity.
- Cotta Vaz, Mark; Bird, Brad; Lasseter, John (November 17, 2015). The Art of The Incredibles. Chronicle Books LLC. ISBN 9781452147574.
- Uribe, Mariana (May 30, 2018). "You Can Visit the Parr's New Home from Incredibles 2 on Zillow". Oh My Disney. Disney.
- Incredibles Super-Home 1444 Incredible Way, Municiberg. Zillow. Archived from the original on June 1, 2018. Retrieved on May 31, 2018.