Table 3–27: Buildings
Simple house 1,000 gp
Grand house 5,000 gp
Mansion 100,000 gp
Tower 50,000 gp
Keep 150,000 gp
Castle 500,000 gp
Huge castle 1,000,000 gp
Moat with bridge 50,000 gp
Simple House: This one- to three-room house is made of wood and
has a thatched roof.
Grand House: This four- to ten-room house is made of wood and has
a thatched roof.
Mansion: This ten- to twenty-room residence has two or three stories
and is made of wood and brick. It has a slate roof.
Tower: This round or square, three-level tower is made of stone.
Keep: This fortified stone building has fifteen to twenty-five rooms.
Castle: A castle is a keep surrounded by a 15-foot stone wall with four
towers. The wall is 10 feet thick.
Huge Castle: A huge castle is a particularly large keep with numerous
associated buildings (stables, forge, granaries, and so on) and an
elaborate 20-foot-high wall that creates bailey and courtyard areas.
The wall has six towers and is 10 feet thick.
Moat with Bridge: The moat is 15 feet deep and 30 feet wide. The
bridge may be a wooden drawbridge or a permanent stone structure.