Tunt Manor is the ancestral home and primary residence of Cheryl Tunt. Located on the Northwest corner of 5th avenue and 55th street New York City, the Gilded Age mansion is said to be right next door to the Roosevelt Mansion. It is characterized by by its polished marble walls and floors, ornate moldings, large spacious rooms, and ultra-high ceilings. It has been passed down through the Tunt family, inherited from Cornelius Tunt, Cheryl's great-grandfather.
The home is first seen in the edisode El Secuestro. To prove her story of about Pam's kidnapping, Chreyl takes Sterling, Lana, and Malory to the estate and reveals that she is part of the Tunt family.
It appears that Cheryl does not have to share the living space with her brother Cecil Tunt as he's never seen on the premises.
In the episode, Archer Vice: A Kiss While Dying the agents of the now defunct spy organization take what supplies they could get from the government-siezed ISIS HQ and move into Tunt Manor. Cheryl has permitted Sterling, Lana, and the others to move in, in exchange for Ray and Krieger's help jump starting her singing career. Eventually, Malory moves in too.
Season Six picks up with the spy supplies being moved out of Tunt Manor and back into the office. The estate makes a formal appearance in the episode, Pocket Listing in which Slater orchestrates an overly elaborate ruse to gain information of the Duhranian Royal family using Tunt Manor as the setting. Cheryl acts as a real estate agent and expounds upon the mansion's history while the agents pose as the house's domestic staff.
- The Living Room: One of the largest spaces in the house and the primary place of business of the ISIS cocaine ring.
- The Pool: Woodhouse's living space in the mansion until Dr. Krieger fills it so he can construct his submersible.
- The Music Room: A corner room on the third floor where Cheryl perfects her singing.
- Bathrooms: 22 full and 18 half bathrooms.
- Kitchen: Includes a large steel cage pantry.
- Gymnasium: Where Woodhouse exercises and Malory gets her spa treatment.
- The Billiards Room: Dr. Krieger's main work space where most of his computers and security monitors are set up on one of the pool tables.
- The Game Room: A second-floor room filled with antique guns and taxidermied animals hunted by Cheryl's Grandpapa. The ISIS gang hunker down here during their encounter with the Yakuza.
- Main Foyer: The primary entryway into the house, a major junction.
- Grand Staircase: The largest stairway in the house, a major junction.
- Secret Passages
- Underground Tunnels
- The Living Room fireplace
- The Music Room wall
- Hidden Staicase
- The Pantry wall
- All of the bedrooms
- The Ballroom: A large room parrallel to the Living Room decorated in white marble and gold appointments where Lana's baby shower is celebrated.
- Cyril and Ray's Bedroom: A room with a pair of twin beds.
- Malory's Bedroom: A luxurious bedroom
- The Library: An oak paneled room where Malory conducts a debriefing after the Columbia fiasco.
- The Servants Quarters: The sparsley decorated top floor of the house where the agents get dressed in their servant disguises.
- The Formal Dining Room: A two story banquet hall adorned with a grand chandelier and seating for 80.
- The Conservatory: An glass enclosed greenouse containing the second largest collection of rare carnivorous plants including a monstrous Venus Flytrap.
- The actual site of the Tunt Mansion (based on the picture to the right) appears to be 55th and 5th, the location of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church.
- The residence appears to be based on the Cornelius Vanderbilt II House which was located at 57th street and 5th Avenue. It was demolished in the 1920s to make way for the Bergdorf Goodman Department Store.
- The entrance hall and grand staircase of the Gilded Era mansion The Elms serves as the inspiration for the grand staircase in Tunt Manor. The two spaces are architecturally identical.
- Like other aspects of the Tunt family Since season 2 (Cecil's character design) the mansion's appearance has been retconned. In it's premiere, the Living Room was grand but rather austere looking with the Tunt family portrait being the only decoration. Walls on either side of the room were flanked with windows looking out onto the street. In later appeances, other pictures have been put up, the stonework is more intricately detailed, and only the left wall has windows (the right wall face the hall to the Ballroom).