Tears of the Kingdom: How to Get your Own House in TotK

Finally, home ownership.

There is so much to do in Tears of The Kingdom, from hunting monsters to completing side quests, but most importantly, the fantasy of home ownership. In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom, players can purchase their very own dream home and begin to customize it to their liking. Here is how to get your own house in Tears of The Kingdom.

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How to Get Your Dream House in Tears of The Kingdom

To purchase your house in Tears of the Kingdom, you’re going to need to visit Tarrey Town, which can be found at the coordinates (3935,1588,0129) in the Akkala Highlands.

You’ll need to complete the sidequest Mattison’s Independence” first, which can be found in the same location. After completing this in Tarrey Town, talk to Rhondson at the Huddson building next to the monorail. She will then tell you about purchasing a house for 1,500 Rupees.

Purchase the plot of land, and you will be told to go to a location to the south. The location will be marked on your map at (4172, 1330, 0228) coordinates:

Related: All Village Locations in Tears of the Kingdom

If you’ve completed the Rasitakiwak Shrine just south, you can teleport there and be right next to your new house. If you haven’t done it yet, be sure to do it because that will be your main quick teleport to and from your home.

Purchasing More Buildings For Your House in TotK

After the first plot is purchased, you can continue to buy more rooms and pieces for your house up to a maximum of 15. You’ll be able to add rooms like weapon and armor displays, a Goddess Statue, a kitchen, and more. Decorate how you want, and you’ll be all set to live in Hyrule.

These rooms range from 300 Rupees to 600 depending on if you want them furnished or not. You can rearrange the rooms using Ultrahand to configure your layout.

That’s how to get your dream house in Tears of The Kingdom. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out the rest of our coverage. Here are all of the side adventures and their locations if you’re having trouble finding any of the other side quests in the game.


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