It is a 2 1/2 story Victorian manor house with an unfinished basement, a detached garage and a tower centered above the front door.
Not much of the interior has been seen, but several rooms have appeared. These include: the foyer, living room, dining room, kitchen, basement and a small portion of the 3rd floor (in "An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal").
The grounds consist of a formal garden with statues, a brick path and a fountain in the center behind the main house; an overgrown hedge maze beyond that, a tree house (where Felix lives due to being kicked out of the main house because of his sleep apnea and "sleep fartnea"), and a field out back where old, broken Wonder Wharf rides are kept.
- The treehouse looks like a smaller, less ornate version of the main house.
- The manor went through some design changes between it's second and third appearances, most notably the addition of a wrap-around porch.
The manor's first major appearance is in "An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal" where the Belchers pretend to be Calvin's family for Thanksgiving dinner in order to help him seduce a former flame of his.
It is featured as the main setting again in "The Oeder Games" where Fischoeder holds a water balloon fight on the grounds for his tenants in threat of a potential rent hike.