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A house was a building in which individuals lived. The Fourth Doctor claimed never to forget a house. (AUDIO: The Enchantress of Numbers)

When not only Charles Wheatstone, but also his London residence, seemed to have disappeared from history, the Fourth Doctor was especially worried: houses, unlike people, tended not to get lost. (AUDIO: The Enchantress of Numbers)

The house on the isle of Ely was a large structure that possessed an artificial intelligence. The First Doctor, Steven Taylor, and Sara Kingdom visited it. (AUDIO: Home Truths)

The Third Doctor bought the house on Allen Road around the 1970s to use some of the funds that UNIT had paid him for his services as scientific advisor — despite his title of unpaid scientific advisor. (PROSE: Verdigris)

Sarah Jane Smith eventually moved into a house at 13 Bannerman Road, in Ealing, after her travels with the Fourth Doctor. (TV: Invasion of the Bane et al.)

After the Tenth Doctor regenerated into the Eleventh, the TARDIS crashed near Amy Pond's house. (TV: The Eleventh Hour)

Among the last humans to have lived on Earth, Cassandra O'Brien.Δ17 recalled that her mother and father had a "little house" built into the side of the Los Angeles Crevice, where she had fun. (TV: The End of the World)

Plasmaton House was seemingly named after the Plasmatons. (PROSE: A letter from the Master)

As a disguise[[edit]]

During the Last Great Time War, the Time Lords' Research and Development Repository was disguised on Earth as No.24 Marigold Lane in Stamford Bridge. As the War Master explained, the repository co-existed with the suburban household through the use of synchronous dimensional architecture. The house was inhabited by the Time Lord agent Tandeeka, who pretended to be the elderly widow "Mrs Wilson". (AUDIO: The Heavenly Paradigm)

TARDIS chameleon circuits occasionally presented their outer shell in the form of a house. When the Thirteenth Doctor sent her friends home in a stolen TARDIS, while she remained on Gallifrey, the TARDIS materialised on 21st century Earth in the form of a suburban house. (TV: The Timeless Children) The Master's TARDIS also took the form of a wooden house in the Australian Outback, and later anchored in the sky, during his time pretending to be former MI6 agent O. (TV: Spyfall)

The Eleventh Doctor once investigated strange activity around 79B Aickman Road, which he later discovered was in fact "someone's attempt to build a TARDIS", disguised as an upper floor to 79A Aickman Road. It was aided in this task by a perception filter. (TV: The Lodger)