Stardew Valley: How to Upgrade Your House

Upgrading your home is a crucial step in your journey from aspiring farmer to a successful landowner in the Stardew Valley empire. Your home is a sanctuary and a hub for day-to-day activities as you scavenge for materials, take care of animals, grow crops, and grow crops. Of course, as the game progresses you will need a bigger house. If you’re looking to expand and upgrade your virtual homestead, here’s a comprehensive guide to upgrading your home in Stardew Valley.

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Stardew Valley House upgrades

In order to upgrade your home in Stardew Valley, you must interact with the town carpenter, Robin. You can find her at her residence at 24 Mountain Road, on The Mountain, just north of town. Their store is open from 9am to 5pm.

There are a total of three upgrades that Robin provides. Of course, upgrades are not free and you have to pay for gold and other resources. However, the upgrades are as follows.

  • 1. House Upgrade (Kitchen) – Adds a kitchen to your house for 10,000 gold and 450 wood. It also upgrades your bed from a single bed to a double bed. Finally you can get married now.
  • 2. Upgrade (Nursery) – Adds a nursery for 50,000 gold and 150 hardwood. The kitchen and bedroom are getting bigger. If you are married, you can now have children.
  • 3. Upgrade (Basement) – Adds a basement for 100,000 gold. Allows certain products to be aged in barrels.

Aside from Robin’s upgrades, you’ll also get an extra room attached to your bedroom if you marry any of the six bachelor or bachelorette girls in town. Depending on who you marry, the room will have unique characteristics that match that character.

Finally, there are a few renovations that Robin can do for free. In addition, you can also ask them to paint different structures on your farm.

Curtis Crabtree

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