Durdam Lane, or Edd's Road, is the street where Edd's house is located. There are many other houses on this street, but only Edd's, Eduardo's, and Kim and Katya's houses are revealed. The street is first mentioned in Hammer & Fail (Part 1, Rival Builders), and again in Fun Dead.
Edd's House, located at 27 Durdam Lane, is a main setting throughout Eddsworld. Edd, Matt, Tom, and Tord have lived there in some animations and comics. The house was formerly drawn to be taller and presumably had two floors but was later changed to a one floor building. In Hammer & Fail (Part 1) an extension was built and became Matt's new room. There was no garage but the right side of the house could fold back like a garage. In Hammer and Fail, a second floor was added. Tord destroyed the house with his robot while trying to kill Tom in part two The End, forcing Edd, Matt, and Tom to move to an apartment complex.
Kim and Katya's House
Kim and Katya's House, located at 29 Durdam Lane, is a house identical to Edd's excluding the gray walls and black roof. Their backyard is empty. In part two of The End, Kim and Katya invite Tom in a house right next to an airport.
Eduardo's House, located at 25 Durdam Lane, is much like Edd and Kim's House but it is painted green with a black roof. It is the home of Eduardo, Jon and Mark. During the events of Hammer & Fail (Part 1), they briefly had a cardboard extension built into their house to make it look better but it was knocked over by a demon during part two. The house had a nuclear powered TV satellite dish in PowerEdd, but it was destroyed when Eduardo hit it. The house was destroyed in part two of The End by a rocket fired from Tord's robot.
- The first time the street was mentioned was in "Hammer & Fail (Part 1, Rival Builders)", when Edd phones Insta-Roof via the Mellow Pages for an extension. It's mentioned again in Fun Dead as the news bulletins roll up.
- In Tord's Adventure, Durdam Lane was called "Edd's Road".
- When the spaceship in part two of Space Face almost crashed, it was seen falling towards a region resembling the United Kingdom.