|Tiny yet sufficient|
|Small and cozy|
Services: Services and establishments inside or next door to the house.
Storage: All the kinds of storage options available in the house
Occupant(s): The names and occupations of any occupants of the house
Description: A detailed description of the house's features.
Tiny yet sufficientEdit
St. Olms Plaza, Haunted ManorEdit
Storage: 3 Sacks
Occupants: None on first floor, Hlaalu members on the basement
Description: Creepy and with a gloomy atmosphere, the Haunted Manor offers a bed, three shelves, a table and even a balcony to make good use of. What it lacks in storage containers, it compensates with furniture useful for displaying items. A good house for thieves and/or vampires, seeking a rather obscure residence to hide from public sight; Additionally, through a level 50 lock Dram Bero resides downstairs along with others from the house, making this a good choice for Hlaalu players.
Small and cozyEdit
St. Delyn Canal North-TwoEdit
Storage: 1 chest, 1 wardrobe
Occupants: Two Dreamers
Description: This is a great house if you want somewhere to keep your stuff because items kept in this house will never dissipate over time. There is also a bed, two shelves, a table, a chest, and a wardrobe in this house. Creepy, though. The dreamers respawn when you re-enter after their corpses disappear.
St. Delyn Canal South-TwoEdit
Services: Temple services close by, including every Tribunal Shrine
Storage: 3 urns, 2 cloth sacks, 1 desk, 1 wardrobe
Occupants: Nads Tharen (deceased)
Description: South-Two is one of the few houses in the game with a permanent dead body, in this case that of Nads Tharen. Dead bodies don't have a storage limit, so you will always have a place to store your goods. The key on his body is required for a Thieves Guild quest. St. Delyn isn't close to any services other than the Temple, and it is a semi-far walk to the Mages Guild for the Guild Guide and the Silt Strider and boat services. If you're close enough to Vivec, Almsivi Intervention will take you just a few steps from your home. Or if you prefer, set your Mark while standing over Nads' body so that after plundering more than you can carry in a bandit cave or Dwemer ruin you can Recall and unload your loot on poor Nads. Divine Intervention will take you to the Ebonheart Chapel, which is handy if you're in the Imperial Cult or need access to their boat services.
St. Olms Canal North-ThreeEdit
Storage: 4 barrels, 10 sacks and a dresser.
Desription: Plenty of storage space, 4 barrels, 10 sacks, a dresser, tablestand, bed, footstool and a table with a chair.
Redoran Plaza Saren ManorEdit
Storage: 4 closets, 4 drawers, 9 baskets, 4 urns, 7 crates, 7 barrels, 15 sacks
Occupants: Toris Saren, Arns Saren, Thoryn Samori, Danasi Relen
Description: This is a great house for those with lots of loot. The home is well-decorated and fairly large, consisting of three floors. The main floor includes two bookshelves, a banquet table and a bedroom. The master bedroom is up a ramp on the top floor. Down a ramp to the basement is a cozy area with a bed, a small table and closet. Behind this area is the cellar, where the majority of the storage crates are present. The basement has a trapdoor to the upper "apartment", which is cozy, and well furnished with a hammock. This apartment has a secret exit to the Plaza. All occupants in this house are unarmed and are not involved in any quests, except for a Morag Tong Writ for Toris Saren.
Arena Storage AreaEdit
Services: Morag Tong
Storage: 30+ Boxes and Numerous Barrels, Sacks, and Urns
Occupants: 3 respawning Rats
Description: This is the bare minimum for decorations, but it has masses of storage. Located in the Arena Waistworks; with quick access to the Morag Tong Guild.