The Mojave house is an unmarked location in the northern Mojave Wasteland, north of mole rat ranch and west of Fields' shack. Although currently abandoned, evidence suggests the house was recently used for moonshining.
The single-story house looks like many other boarded-up adobe houses in the wasteland, though this one is accessible. However, an Average lock on the front and back doors secures the house and picking the locks will result in negative Karma. To the left of the entrance, there are two lawn chairs next to a refrigerator. Behind the house is a mailbox.
The most obvious detail is the floor covered with soil and corn stalks jutting up throughout the house. In front of the entrance is a refrigerator and an oven to the left of that. To the right of the entrance is a still. In the middle room, there is a doorway to the bedroom with a usable bed, empty dresser, first aid box, and an unlocked wall safe with random loot. In the backroom is a table with two ammunition boxes.
- Throughout the house, there are 38 pieces of maize.
- A bottle of moonshine - On a table in front of the still.
- This house was the base of operations for a local moonshiner. This is reinforced mainly by the presence of a still, an abundance of alcohol around the house and lots of corn to ferment. It is unknown what happened to the owner.
- Although the house has no ties to any quest or known owner, picking the lock grants negative Karma as if it was presently owned.
The Mojave house appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.