|The Vegas' Home|
|Location||Hollywood Hills, California|
|Description||Home of the Vega family|
Episodes Without Appearances
As the house is the second main setting for the show, after Hollywood Arts, it appears in most episodes. The list below is when it does not appear.
- The Bird Scene
- Survival of the Hottest
- Wi-Fi in the Sky
- Beck's Big Break
- The Great Ping Pong Scam
- Rex Dies
- Beck Falls for Tori
- Tori Gets Stuck
- Prom Wrecker
- Who Did It to Trina?
- The Breakfast Bunch
- How Trina Got In
- Wanko's Warehouse
- Opposite Date
- Tori Fixes Beck and Jade
- One Thousand Berry Balls
- Robbie Sells Rex
Parts of the House
The kitchen is one of the rooms shown multiple times in the show and it is a major set in Victorious. It has reddish-orange cabinets, one blue wall, and multiple cream-colored walls. It also has a table, an island, a refrigerator, an oven, and a sink. There are multiple pots, cups, and vases on the shelves. This room is connected to the living room and has a door to the patio.
The Living Room
The living room is another room used often in the show. It has a fireplace, red couches with brown pillows, a coffee table, and a piano. There are also multiple pictures of Tori and Trina when they were little in this room, one over the front door, and a TV. It connects to the kitchen and has a door to the front porch as well as stairs to the upper level.
The bathroom has only been shown once in Ice Cream for Ke$ha when Tori is washing Trina's hair. The bathroom is known to have a bathtub, a shelf full of toiletries, a window, and a plant. It is unclear if this is the same bathroom that Tori pointed out to Ryder Daniels in Beggin' on Your Knees or a different one.
The Front Porch
The front porch has been shown six times. It was shown in Stage Fighting when Robbie comes to bring Trina a casserole and in Freak the Freak Out when Cat, Jade, and Tori are talking. The front porch has a stone floor, a bench, and many plants. The front porch has also been shown from the inside of the house when characters come to the door. In A Christmas Tori, it was shown briefly when Trina dragged her giant christmas tree inside, The Worst Couple when Jade counted to ten for Beck to come outside, and in Crazy Ponnie when Ponnie delivers Chinese food. It has also been shown in The Bad Roommate, when Tori comes back with her mother from shopping to find André eating their family pot pie.
The patio has been shown five notable times; once in Pilot when Tori and André are taking a break there, and once in Beggin' on Your Knees when Tori catches Robbie out there spying on her. In Ice Cream for Ke$ha, Tori, Jade, and Cat promised to kiss a little boy in return for the "$" for the contest. They lock him out instead, however Trina lets him in. She said he can kiss her, but he shot her down and left through the patio. It has also been shown multiple times through the glass door in the kitchen. It has a chair and multiple plants. In A Christmas Tori, it is know that the Vega's neighbor, Mr. Busey, likes hanging out on the patio, however Mr. Vega told him he wasn't allowed to do that anymore. In The Hambone King, Robbie went there to get fresh air, but he really was afraid he was going to lose to Gerald Ardbeg and Tori went there and had a conversation with him and convinced him he can beat Gerald if he wants it bad enough and Robbie agreed.
Little is known about Tori's bedroom, but it is located on the upper level of the house and, according to Jade in The Wood, there are a lot of "things" in her bedroom.
- Despite Tori being the newest member of the gang, the house, as shown in Sleepover at Sikowitz's, is their primary hang-out, possibly suggesting that is it nicer and bigger than everyone else's houses. This might also imply that the Vegas are the richest out of all the families on the show, something supported by Trina's exuberant spending and that housing prices in Hollywood Hills are, at their lowest, roughly $2,000,000 USD.
- If the Silver Streak is not counted as a house, then this is the only one of the gang's houses that is seen from both the outside and the inside.
- This is the same house used in the Zoey 101 special Spring Break-Up as Logan's summer house, a special which, funnily enough, starred Victoria Justice.
- The Vegas do not seem to lock the front door very often.
- Though not seen, Car, Rain & Fire establishes that the house has a downstairs gym.
- As shown in the main image, the house also has a rather large garage.