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There are countless ways to go once you’re out of Helgen. But at first, you’ll probably do what the developers intended:
You’re nudged to go to Riverwood, you probably clear Bleak Falls Barrow, and then someone suggests you travel to Whiterun to notify the Jarl of dragon activity.
It’s perfect for any new Skyrim player.
Whiterun is a friendly town sitting right on the middle of the map. And after being allowed to buy property in the city, many players become the proud owners of Breezehome.
Even after many playthroughs, I still feel Breezehome is my true home in Skyrim.
As the Dragonborn, you need a home that reflects your lordly caliber – and these mods will make Breezehome the perfect home for a prophesied hero.
1. Breezehome TNF Revisited
Breezehome should be worthy of the Thane of Whiterun.
You’re a glorious hero who leads people into battle, felling dragons and clearing out vampire lairs – and your home should have what you need.
Jknjb’s Breezehome TNF Revisited is a remodel and expansion of the vanilla player home.
It features new follower quarters in the basement with four beds, a better alchemy lab, a blacksmith workshop, and – finally – an enchanting table.
Other than the essential tools for a band-leading adventurer, this home provides luxurious amenities like a meditation garden, an underground hot spring, and shrines for the Nine Divines throughout the house.
2. Wind District Breezehome Reborn
The Wind District is where the pillars of Whiterun society have their home.
There, you’ll find the mead hall Jorrvaskr, the Gildergreen, and the houses of the Battle-Born and Gray-Mane clans.
Now, it houses the Dragonborn too.
Wind District Breezehome Reborn by modder Kyubitron changes Breezehome to where Carlotta Valentia’s home used to stand – and remodels the house to reflect your status.
This home has almost every crafting station you could think of, and enough space to display every interesting item you may come across.
3. Breezehome by Lupus
Creator Lupus shares with us his extremely cozy and harmonious version of Breezehome, ideal for the low-profile Dragonborn who’d sooner get a good night’s rest than display all of his Daedric Artifacts, weapons, Dragon Claws, etc.
This home features no new areas like gigantic basements or towers, no frivolous mannequins and displays, and no extra smithing tools – except an enchanting table (because only Bethesda would leave that out).
Almost everything in this home could have been in the original Breezehome – it’s just set up differently, and it completely changes the feel of this player home.
4. The Ravens Breezehome
Any hole in the ground will do for the average fledgling adventurer just looking for a place to crash and leave their valuables.
But when you’ve become the thane of every hold, ended the civil war, saved the world from Alduin, and ushered in a new era for every guild, you need to step it up.
The Ravens Breezehome by Helixien completely overhauls both the outside and inside of this Whiterun staple, introducing a more refined architectural style with a smoother, more polished finish on all wooden surfaces.
The décor is also much more deliberate. The enchanting table looks like a real mage’s workshop, and the alchemy lab is basically a cavern where you can even grow mushrooms.
5. Eli’s Breezehome
Modder Elianora has been a staple of custom Skyrim player homes since modding became a thing.
After all these years, her content remains just as fantastic.
And Eli’s Breezehome is one of her best works.
It may not have any 8K textures or fancy auto-sorting scripts. But Elianora’s sense for interior design is pristine.
Despite having every crafting station, plus enough space to display the most exciting items, and a bath with a sauna, it never stops feeling homey.
Eli’s Breezehome is almost a temple dedicated to, well, yourself.
It’s comfortable to live in, and every corner displays one aspect of your heroism.