Below are the listed places that characters may live and the restrictions that apply. For instanct, only children under the age of eighteen are permitted to live in Maison de Mouette. There are also restrictions according to room numbers and house numbers. You can have more than one character living in a house to share chores and rent if the case may be.
Maison de Mouette
Maison de Mouette (Seagull House) is home to children, that are under the age of 18, who are living in Ames without parents or legal guardians. Room numbers go from 100-400. 100s and 300s are reserved for boys. 200s and 400s are reserved for girls. The ground floor is a commons area for everyone and also includes a recreation room (with games) and a cafeteria.
Rue d'Alouette (Lark Street) has small family houses. 2-3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and all the other rooms that houses normally have. House numbers run from 100-400 (even numbers only).
Le Cygne (The Swan) is an apartment building located near the COUGH hospital. There are five floors and apartments labeled A to E on each floor so it makes for a maximum of 25 apartments in the building. Each apartment has their own bathroom and kitchen. Some are studio apartments (on floors 4 and 5) and the other three floors have anywhere from one to three bedrooms plus a living area.
Rue de Faucon
Rue de Faucon (Hawk Street) has medium-sized family houses. There's about 3-4 bedrooms per house with usually 3 bathrooms and all the other rooms that houses normally have. The yards are larger than they are on Rue d'Alouette. House numbers run from 101-401 (odd numbers only).
Avenue de Moinea
Avenue de Moinea (Sparrow Avenue) is the
street to live on. Boasting mansions in all shapes, sizes and colours; only high-ranking citizens of Ames can afford to live here (that, and their salary may include housing costs taken care of). House numbers run from 1100-1150 (even numbers only).