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Goodsprings home

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Goodsprings home
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Clockwise: Trudy and Smiles', northwestern, central, eastern
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Goodsprings homes belong to the denizens of Goodsprings. Although many are boarded up and left abandoned, four of them have been restored as housing (excluding Doc Mitchell's house).

Layout

Sunny Smiles' and Trudy's

A single-story, white house located near Victor's shack belongs to Trudy and Sunny Smiles. It has four rooms: A living room with the adjacent study, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a bedroom.

Northwestern home

Home to a settler busy cultivating the hardy soil in Nevada.

Central home

The largest house in Goodsprings, with a well-maintained kitchen, living room, and bedroom, and a slightly less well-maintained bathroom.

Eastern home

A small, three-room house. Notably, none of the items inside are owned, allowing it to be used as player housing.

Notable loot

Trudy/Sunny Smiles' house
Northwestern

Appearances

Goodsprings home appears in Fallout: New Vegas.