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わたしの いえ_ へやが みっつ あります。

Essentially what I'm trying to say here is, "There are three rooms in my house"... What should go after ie (house)?

  • に, は, or には all eligible depending your context... – broccoli forest Aug 11 at 10:28
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It would be best to denote the house as both the location (of the rooms) and the topic of the sentence by using both.

「私{わたし}の家{いえ}には部屋{へや}が三{みっ}つあります。」
In my house [←topic], there are three rooms.'
Colloquially: 'There are three rooms in my house.'

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