NeoHome

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A NeoHome is a house which a user can build, customise and furnish to their liking. The ability to build NeoHomes was released on the 8th March 2001. They can be built all over Neopia with many different materials, with prices to match. In 2007, NeoHome 2.0, a new type of Neohome is added to Neopets, where the home is free, and there's no need to build rooms and add extensions.

Basics[edit]

Neighbourhoods[edit]

Users can build their NeoHome in certain areas of Neopia.

Neopia Central

  • Main Street
  • Market Street
  • Neopia central Avenue
  • Bread Street
  • Soup Alley
  • Winding Wood Drive
  • Magical Road
  • Rainbow Lane
  • Market Square
  • Cairn Close
  • Bracknell Road
  • Wishing Well Drive
  • Aisha Avenue
  • Chia Close
  • Guild Street

Mystery Island

  • Tiki Tack Street
  • Coconut Road
  • Harbour Lane
  • Fruity Path
  • Training Square
  • Safari Lane
  • Island Crescent

Spooky Woods

  • Terror Road
  • Evil Street
  • Tombstone Road
  • Ghoul Close
  • Spider Lane
  • Dark Forest Path

Terror Mountain

  • Freezy Path
  • Icy Road
  • Summit Strip
  • Ski Lodge Close
  • Alpine Avenue
  • Snowball Close
  • Abominable Avenue
  • Blizzard Lane

Faerieland

  • Faerie Castle Road
  • Earth Faerie Close
  • Dark Faerie Path
  • Air Faerie Avenue
  • Faerie Lane
  • Water Faerie Way
  • Fire Faerie Crescent

Tyrannia

  • Ugg Road
  • Tyrammet Close
  • The Plateau
  • Fiery Crescent
  • Volcano Lane
  • Swamp Road

Lost Desert

  • Tezoatl Row
  • Pyramid Parade
  • Dune Street
  • Sakhmet Main Street
  • Sakhmet Slums
  • Sandy Lane
  • Sphinx Road
  • Delta Close

Meridell

  • Turnip Close
  • Meri Acres
  • Royal Parade
  • Illusens Forest Drive
  • Peaky Stone
  • Verdant Valley Road
  • Scenic Drive
  • Ixi Meadows
  • Draik Row
  • Meri Street

Roo Island

  • Tangleberry Drive
  • Lemberry Lane
  • Chievely Canyon
  • Membury Close
  • Crypt of Doom Road
  • Sea View Terrace
  • Little Paddock Road
  • Meteor Street

Brightvale

  • Learned Street
  • Hagan Row
  • The Knowledge Highway
  • Scholarly Crescent
  • Knowitall Road
  • Potionery Avenue
  • Education Lane
  • Mote Row

Maraqua

  • Slugawoo Drive
  • Coral Crescent
  • Kelp Square
  • Canyon Crevice
  • Palace Way
  • Deep Sea Row
  • Fisherman's Square
  • Sea Shell Circle
  • The Ruined Path
  • Bubbling Pit Road

Darigan Citadel

  • Kass Street
  • Minion Lane
  • Lord Darigan's Landing
  • Cell Block Row
  • Dungeon Drive
  • Arena Avenue
  • Darigan Drive
  • Long Fall Canyon
  • Desolate Circle
  • Lava Pit Way
  • Moonlit Path
  • Pitfall Path
  • Drackonack Ridge

Shenkuu

  • Cyodrake Lane
  • Squibble Berry Lane
  • Urchin Row
  • Sandan Circle
  • Tomamu Road
  • Prampet Boulevard
  • Hoban Harbor
  • Mossy Way
  • Bridge Street
  • Tuan Path
  • Sailors Alley
  • Linae Close
  • Kentari Crescent
  • Anshu Drive
  • Bluchard Root Canyon
  • Juma Square
  • Gikerot Ridge

Rooms[edit]

Users can select which type of material they would like a room built with.

Material Cost
Cardboard 150
Straw 250
Twigs 300
Bamboo 400
Wood 500
Chocolate 650
Jelly 750
Stone 800
Brick 1,000
White Chocolate 1,200
Marble 1,500
Silver 2,500
Cloud 4,000
Gold 7,500
Transparishield 14,500
Iced 30,000
Asparagus 60,000
Sand 65,000
Tatami 70,000

Extensions[edit]

Players have the option of adding extensions to their NeoHome. As of November 2006, adding extensions to a NeoHome does nothing to its appearance, but the added features are displayed under the NeoHome link on a user's User Lookup. All extensions start at level 0, and new extensions are available with the more rooms add.

Level Type Cost per room
Carpet
0 Bare Floor 0
1 Dirt and Weeds 20
2 Straw 40
3 Linoleum 60
4 Wood 80
5 A nice Rug 100
6 Imitation Brick 120
7 Quality Carpet 150
8 Plush Carpet 200
9 Marble 350
Security System
0 No Security System 0
1 Clanking Cans 100
2 Barbed Wire 250
3 Iron Bars 650
Lighting
0 Darkness 0
1 Candles 25
2 Torches 50
3 Gas Lamps 100
4 Electric Lamps 150
5 Fashion Lamps 400
6 Chandeliers 850
Central Heating
0 Nothing 0
1 Basic Heating 10
2 Heat Lamps 20
3 A Warm Fireplace 50
4 Immersion Heating 100
5 Electric Radiators 300
6 Neo Heating System 450
Wallpaper
0 Nothing 0
1 Nasty Ripped Paper 10
2 Cheap Blue Wallpaper 20
3 Green Pattern Wallpaper 30
4 Retro Wallpaper 40
5 Nice Patterned Wallpaper 50
6 Stainproof Wallpaper 60
7 Royal Wallpaper 80
Insurance
0 No Insurance 0
1 Basic Insurance 20
2 Sharky Insurance 50
3 Buzz-Extra Protection 75
4 Complete Chia Cover 120
5 Peophin Platinum 180

Neogarden[edit]

Neogardens are gardens users can build to complement their NeoHomes, a feature created on 3 May 2002. Users fill up their garden with items bought from the Gardening Centre or other participating stores.

Neohome Spotlight[edit]

Only Neohome 2.0 Neohomes can be entered in the spotlight

Trivia[edit]

  • Neogarden Day took place on May 24, 2006, releasing new garden related items (4 Gnomes, 3 weapons for the Battledome, 4 Maraquan garden items, and 4 vegetable gardens).
  • A Shenkuu themed room (called Tatami) users could create in their NeoHome was released on September 21, 2006.
  • In 2007, a new type of NeoHome was added for Neopets, where the home is free and users don't need to build rooms.

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