|South Park location|
|Type||Place of Residence|
|First||Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000|
Black's House, Williams House, possibly or Williams Manor, is the largest house in South Park other than Jeff's House. It made it's deut in "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000" where Cartman goes there and talks to the Black's (Williams). It's seen in the episodes "Here Comes the Neighborhood", "Christan Rock Hard" and "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers". The Blacks, formerly the Williams, are able to afford it because they "have more lucrative jobs," being a lawyer & chemist, unlike the rest of the town who have low-paying jobs.
Very little is known about the house due to how big it is, but it does have an original Van Gogh painting and many corridors.
The Manor is painted a orange color with a brown door. It has a double garage. It's way too big compared with all the houses in South Park.
Not much known, but it seems to have too many rooms to tell (you can tell from outside).