Ranking All 4 Houses In No Rest For The Wicked

Learn about all your house options in No Rest For The Wicked like their price, location, and size, to help you find the perfect home.

In a game like No Rest For The Wicked, where you have limitless loot but limited inventory, having a house is necessary to keep all the treasures you get from your adventure. Houses allow you to place and keep your storage units and crafting stations, and since there are several of them in Sacrament, knowing your best options from the get-go can be extremely helpful for your long-term progression.

Key Takeaways
  • A house in No Rest For The Wicked can be purchased to keep storage units and set up crafting stations.
  • There are 4 houses in the game, all of which are in the Holy City of Sacrament.
  • To determine the best house, players must consider their location, size, and price.

All Houses Ranked In No Rest For The Wicked

Here’s a quick overview of all the houses in No Rest For The Wicked from best to worst:

RANKHOUSE NAMEPRICE
1The Homestead25 Silver Coins
2The Roost14 Silver Coins
3The Mansion30 Silver Coins
4The Knot8 Silver Coins

1. The Homestead

The Most Convenient House In No Rest For The Wicked.
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The Homestead’s interior (Image by eXputer)
  • Why I Chose This House: The Homestead is the best luxurious option in No Rest For The Wicked, situated in an ideal location with a beautiful interior.

The Homestead is my top recommendation if you want some of the best household quality that justifies the price. Although it’s slightly pricey, this house is the closest to the city’s Fast Travel Point, adding a ton of convenience for you.

On top of that, you get a lavish interior with tons of space and easy manueverability thanks to the built-in ladder that connects both floors. I doubt you’ll need any more houses when you buy The Homestead, so it’s worth every cent and a must-have.

  • Convenient location.
  • Spacious.
  • Great design.
  • Expensive.

2. The Roost

The Best Value-For-Money House In No Rest For The Wicked.
The Roost no rest for the wicked
The Roost’s interior (Image by eXputer)
  • Why I Chose This House: The Roost’s low price and generous capacity make it one of the best value-for-money options.

The Roost is not only one of the cheapest houses in No Rest For The Wicked but also one of the closest to Sacrament’s Fast Travel Point, allowing you to quickly visit it when you want to store something you just found in the overworld. Given its low price and decent size, I believe it’s the perfect starting house for beginners and should be plentiful enough that you won’t need to buy a second house until much later on.

  • Cheap.
  • Great for beginners.
  • Close to Fast Travel Point.
  • Limited space.

3. The Mansion

The Most Spacious House In No Rest For The Wicked.
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The Manor’s interior (Image by eXputer)
  • Why I Chose This House: If you’re someone who’s purely looking for size, this option is your best bet.

As the most expensive house in No Rest For The Wicked, The Mansion is also the most spacious residence. Alongside the standard double-story home, it also has an extra room for more inventory management. However, while The Mansion is great for decorations and dumping loot, there’s no reason to spend 30 silver coins for a house this big.

Personally, I never got close to filling up this house, and since it’s farther from the Fast Travel Point and the other vendors than The Homestead and The Roost, I usually never used The Mansion for anything except placing lamps. 

  • Massive in size.
  • Ideal for decorations.
  • Exceedingly expensive.

4. The Knot

The Cheapest House In No Rest For The Wicked.
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The Knot’s interior (Image by eXputer)
  • Why I Chose This House: Despite being the cheapest house in the game, The Knot doesn’t offer anything that justifies spending money on it unless you’re desperate.

Like The Roost, The Knot is much cheaper than The Manor and The Homestead, but unlike The Roost, you can see why it’s so cheap. For starters, its location is abysmal, and it takes you up to 15 seconds to reach it from the Fast Travel Point.

Besides that, its interior is extremely ugly, and although it’s almost half the price of The Roost, you barely get any meaningful space when you’re inside. In my opinion, The Knot is probably the last house you should buy, even if you’re low on coins and want an immediate upgrade.

  • Close to the Stone Masonry.
  • Incredibly cheap.
  • Looks ugly.
  • Way too small.
  • Located extremely far from other vendors.

My Tips On Buying And Managing Houses

When considering all the requirements, I believe owning The Homestead and The Roost is more than enough to ensure you never run out of space to keep your loot. Both houses are closest to all the vendors and have ample room for decorations and item placements. I suggest keeping your excess resources in The Roost and your weapons in The Homestead so you don’t have to travel too far to their respective vendors.

That wraps up my brief guide on ranking all the houses in No Rest For The Wicked. As always, the best house for you depends on what you prioritize—looks, size, or convenience. Besides that, if you want to prevent your storage from getting cluttered with useless junk, here’s a YouTube video that should help you with some of the important items you definitely shouldn’t miss.

Another thing you shouldn’t miss is my review for No Rest For The Wicked, where I discuss in depth whether you should grind or even play this innovative Souls-like game.

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