I was once asked to list every address I had ever lived at. That's just about impossible unless you stayed in the house into which you were born for your whole life.
That's highly individual but I think a lot of people can do that. I tried to do a count for myself and arrived at eleven, I can name all the cities and most the roads, but if I dug through all my papers I could probably find all the addresses. I don't think I know any that's literally lived all their lives at the same address, but I know one that's only had two. Now this might be statistically biased since the only people I can follow through most their lives are the people who stayed in my home town, but I know quite a few that are between five and ten. The stereotype is often:
1. Birth home. Because parents don't want to take kids away from friends etc. same place ~20 years.
2. Collective or other shared accommodation, often combined with studies.
3. Own apartment / relocate for work
4. Share bigger apartment with partner
5. Get kids, buy house or the other way around. Stay in house (see 1)
6. Sell house, buy apartment for retirement.
And maybe few extra that is essentially the same, but nicer. Like going from a basement to a penthouse apartment or one house while you had babies/toddlers but then a nicer one with more space to kids' rooms before they start school or stuff like that. Or they're looping a bit on that move together, move apart but really most couples hold off until they're fairly sure this is a keeper. Now there's exceptions to this, people who rent with furniture and switch places al the time but for most moving is a giant pain in the ass that they don't do very often.