The player's house is in the center house in a townhouse type dwelling in Vaniville Town. The player has just moved here from a region far away. The player's mother lives here, and is usually cooking something in the kitchen. This is where the player receives a Town Map, and the first change of clothes. The house has two stories; the top floor is the player's bedroom, complete with a bed, TV, Wii U, PC, a mirror where the player changes out of their pajamas at the beginning of the game, and a few drawers. The player's PC was given by their dad, and it contains Adventure Basics.
The first floor is the kitchen, living room, and mom's room. The kitchen has a pot on the stove and a sink, while the living room has a large flat screen TV upon a mantle, a fireplace, and a couch; the player's mom's Fletchling stays in the living room. The last room is the player's mom's room, this room containing a window, bed, china closet, and a night stand with a picture.
After entering the Hall of Fame and the Parade in Lumiose City, the player returns here. The outside consists of a stone path to the center of Vaniville Town, with the player's mom's Rhyhorn sleeping on a mat with a beach ball. The house property is surrounded by a brick wall, with the entrance to Vaniville on the left and the player's rival's house on the right. There is a mailbox on the wall. The pillars that open the wall to the path have Poké Balls on them.
Serena/Calem's house is also two levels. The first level is the living room, with a table, china cabinet, and TV. There is also a kitchen with a stove, sink, refrigerator, and a few cabinets. Upstairs is the second level, which contains Serena/Calem's room. There is a bed, mirror, TV, desk, and a bookcase. The house is to the right of the player's. It is the last house on the right part of the row.
The outside is a stone path leading to the center of Vaniville. The property is surrounded by a brick wall, with the player's house in the left and the boundary of Vaniville Town to the right. There is a mailbox on the wall. The pillars that open the wall to the path have Poké Balls on them.