|This page lists all player housings in Fallout 4.|
- The content is not described in full detail on this page. For details, please see the respective articles.
- For player housings in other Fallout games, please see "Player housing".
- For an overview of Fallout 4 content, please refer to "Fallout 4".
With Fallout 4's introduction of settlement mechanics any settlement location is effectively a player home, especially those modified in such a way to provide resources such as food, water, storage, and access to different workbenches. Due to the introduction of the settlement system, this page lists only non-settlement housing that's provided to the player.
Before the settlements bloosom, however, the Red Rocket truck stop is a very good location to use as a player home. It is a fairly small and enclosed with many storage options. It also contains a workbench of every single type (armor, weapon, chem, power armor, and cooking), a necessity for low-leveled players or those who have not invested in the Local Leader perks.
- Home Plate (Diamond City); The home can be bought from Geneva for 2000 caps, it also allows settlement editing.
- Prydwen: The player receives their own quarters after reaching the rank of Paladin.
- Vault 81; A former storage room is converted into a home and presented to the player upon completion of Hole in the Wall if the player saves Austin Engill.
- The Institute: The player can use the Father's quarters as housing.
- USS Constitution: If the player sides with Ironsides, they receive the Captain's quarters as a reward... After climbing up to the Constitution once it relocates.
- Fizztop Grille (Nuka-Town USA); The interior and exterior of the restaurant are given to the player as a symbol of their position as Overboss.