- “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]
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.