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Welcome to the Owl House. Where I hideaway from the pressures of modern life...also the cops, and...also ex-boyfriends.
―Eda welcoming Luz into the Owl House[src]

The Owl House is the titular location of the animated series of the same name. It is an enchanted house that is homed to Eda, King, and Luz.


Quaint and cottage-like on the outside, with a storefront facade, the inside of the Owl House is full of secret rooms, with a labyrinth for a basement. Hooty, the door knocker, serves as the house's defense system.

The Owl House is located on a cliff outside Bonesborough. It is a combination of a house and a stone tower covered in orange moss, both of which are separate from one another. The house itself is made from white bricks and has a sloping blue roof. A stained glass window above the door gives the impression of a large orange demon eye. A great number of owl figures are featured in the house's architecture.


While the exterior is of limited size, the Owl House appears to be much bigger on the inside, containing a number of rooms, corridors, and storage spaces.

  • Luz's Room: Once a storage closet, now a comfy hideout. Luz has made this room her own with the few possessions she brought from the human realm - and lots of Eda's stuff.
  • Eda's Room: Located at the front of the house where the owl eye shaped window is. Instead of a bed, Eda sleeps in a nest littered with bones and human junk.
  • The Living Room: Located right behind the front door. It includes a fireplace, two couches, candles, a wall of artifacts and Eda's wanted poster, and artwork of an owl creature on the ceiling.
  • The Kitchen: Found at the back of the house. A huge window gives a view of the land behind the house, with a door leading outside. The kitchen itself has a table, a refrigerator, a range, and shelves lined with various objects.
  • The Balcony: Made from a short stone tower built in the side of the house, this can be accessed on the upper floor, allowing for a good view of the Boiling Isles.
  • The Shed: Connected to the side of the house underneath a low part of the roof. This is primarily used for storage, including piles of logs and sealed chests and pots.


  • Based on early concept and promotional artwork, the Owl House was originally intended to be a shop.




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Season One: "A Lying Witch and a Warden" • "Witches Before Wizards" • "I Was a Teenage Abomination" • "The Intruder" • "Covention" • "Hooty's Moving Hassle" • "Lost in Language" • "Once Upon a Swap" • "Something Ventured, Someone Framed" • "Escape of the Palisman" • "Sense and Insensitivity" • "Adventures in the Elements" • "The First Day" • "Really Small Problems" • "Understanding Willow" • "Enchanting Grom Fright" • "Wing It Like Witches" • "Agony of a Witch" • "Young Blood, Old Souls"

Season Two: "Separate Tides" • "Escaping Expulsion" • "Echoes of the Past" • "Keeping Up A-fear-ances" • "Through the Looking Glass Ruins" • "Hunting Palismen" • "Eda's Requiem" • "Knock, Knock, Knockin' on Hooty's Door" • "Eclipse Lake" • "Yesterday's Lie" • "Follies at the Coven Day Parade" • "Elsewhere and Elsewhen" • "Any Sport in a Storm"

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See also
The Owl House Main ThemeWitch's Wool CapeThe Good Witch AzuraCoven SystemSpell CircleHooty and the Parliament Owls AngelicPortalPhilip Wittebane's diary