As long as there have been mascots for theme parks, there have been areas to meet those characters in the parks. Quite often those areas have featured special photo areas depicting where those characters "live".

In 1999 as a part of the "War on Lines," Looney Tunes Seaport was added as a whole new children's area featuring the Looney Tunes characters and a few of their houses.

Perhaps the most elaborate of the character houses built was Granny's House. The brightly colored little house featured an elaborate stone chimney, both inside and out, with each stone and the grout in bright candy colors.

A large bright red doorbell, located just to the left of the front doorway, signaled the arrival of company at Granny's House.
The little house was jam-packed with two dimensional props including pictures of Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny on the walls.  Granny's sleeping dog Spike the bulldog was also featured as a two dimensional cutout close to the floor sleeping next to a bright yellow doorway. 

While Granny's House was supposed to also be the home to Tweety and Sylvester, the fiberglass figures were featured across the way at Daffy Duck's Lighthouse.  The area never featured a figured of Granny herself.
The faux bookcase included several  literary works of art such as "Tweety and the Beanstalk," "The Unexpected Pests," "Sandy Claws," and "Life With Feathers."

The lines of the house were designed to look like a cartoon drawing with random angles and curves.   With hardly any right angles in the entire structure, Granny's House was very reminiscent of the buildings found in Disneyland's Toontown.

Over time the little house has faded and been repainted. The remote location of the house at the far edge of the Looney Tunes Seaport area has meant that it goes unnoticed by some guests, but odds are any child that has visited this cartoon world has taken notice of this bright and fun playhouse.