The Homestead referred to a large forested area on the east coast of Massachusetts, north of Boston. Two rivers cut through the land, one near the northern part of the property, and one through the middle of the region.
As more people began to move on the Homestead, the land became more settled. Parts of the forest were cleared to make way for new homes and shops, and more roads were established to connect the manor, port, and residents together.
A primary pathway linked together Ellen, David, Oliver, Lance, Lyle and Godfrey and Terry's businesses with Timothy's church, the Davenport Manor and the Aquila's docking port. Warren's farm, Norris' mine and Myriam's hunting cabin were located on the outskirts of the Homestead.
Several animals could also be hunted at the Homestead, including fox, elk, deer, beavers, raccoon, wolves, and hares.
The central hub of the Homestead was the Davenport Manor, where Achilles and Connor resided. The manor overlooked a small cove where ships could dock and it also had stables nearby.
The first floor contained a kitchen, dining room, a reading room, and Achilles' bedroom. The second floor hosted Connor's bedroom, a gallery room of paintings and trophies (as well as a copy of Common Sense), another room storing books and letters, and a display room for the inventions that had been crafted for Connor after he had found their recipes in Benjamin Franklin's almanac pages.
The basement, which could be accessed by pulling a candelabra behind the staircase, stored a practice dummy, Assassin outfits, a board of information on the Templars and an armory storing muskets with bayonets, as well as all of Connor's weapons.
- Shay Cormac could attempt to access the basement in the manor in Assassin's Creed: Rogue, however the secret door remained jammed.
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The lumberers' home
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The Mile's End interior
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The inn's Bowls field
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Ellen unveiling the Homestead's flag