The Humble Goodsprings Bungalow is a from-the-ground-up remake of my first (and current) player home from New Vegas. I went for a more rustic, homey vibe with this one, in keeping with the game's less sci-fi/techy feel, in contrast to Fallout 3. The features of this home are more simple and grounded – akin to what I think a scavenger reclaiming an abandoned house might realistically manage to come up with.
The house is the second one north of Doc Mitchell's, just down the hill from the gas station, with the Bighorner out front. Previously boarded up, it now has two lanterns beside the door to mark it. Trudy has the key which you must either pickpocket, or complete Ghost Town Gunfight in Goodsprings' favor to be rewarded with the key upon completion. The key should also be able to be looted from Trudy's corpse if you choose to do Run Goodsprings Run instead.
There is an optional replacement plugin available if you own New Vegas and all the DLCs. This all-DLC version overwrites the vanilla DLC snowglobe scripts so that the instances in the Lucky 38 are not enabled when you pick up a DLC snowglobe (meaning you don't get any Caps either), and the Misc item isn't removed from your inventory. If you carry that back to the house and activate the display stand, the corresponding DLC snowglobe will appear over the fireplace mantle.
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