Patrick's Rock
Founder: Patrick Star
Address: 120 Conch Street, Bikini Bottom
First Appearance: Help Wanted

120 Conch Street is the home of Patrick and his Pet "Rockey".


The house is a large brown rock with an antenna on it. Like a door, it has hinges where it opens and closes.

Early in the series, Patrick had nothing in it except a TV and chair. Later on, he has everything made of sand. Oddly, Patrick is regular size, with the rock bigger than him, when he is talking to someone that's outside of his house, while he is inside. However, Patrick's house becomes bigger than him when he's inside and the rock is closed.

Unlike Squidward and SpongeBob's respective houses, Patrick's house has rarely ever been obliterated. It is also easy for Patrick to pick up or carry the entire rock; indicating that Patrick is either strong or his house is light. It also has a backyard that is rarely shown. The front yard has a long black path connecting the front of the rock and Conch Street. Patrick's rock used to be blue. Patrick has one large room in his house that he changes according to the time of day.

In the episode, Home Sweet Pineapple, Patrick revealed that his house is extremely easy to make (and the antenna breaks).

In the "Truth or Square TV Guide", a comic reveals that Patrick's house was once his small pet rock who grew up to be his a large rock and he put an arrow on it, but the wooden arrow broke and fell. Patrick's house is usually pinkish brown, or usually most times very brown. Patrick's not good at making a house, so this is why his house is just a rock, but Patrick did manage to build the rooms and put his stuff in it. It is revealed that Patrick's parents kicked him out and got rid of him, so he made his own house.

In the episode The Card, it is revealed he refuses to pay rent and his landlord constantly changes the lock.

In the episode I'm with Stupid, it is revealed that Patrick's house has two rooms including including kitchen. Sometimes there is also a bathroom in the house so there could be 3 rooms.