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Westing Estate
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Map MarkerWesting Estate
FactionsWesting family (formerly)
QuestsOut in Left Field
Cell NameWestingEstateExt
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The Westing Estate is a location in the Commonwealth.


The-well-to-do Westing family once owned this idyllic slice of riverfront property, but now it is a mirelurk swamp. However, it holds some treasures of a bygone era: baseball memorabilia owned by the pre-War Coach Westing.[1][2]


Most of the estate is flooded, except for a shack at the edge of the swamp. The family's house is flooded, with a staircase leading up to the second floor. Makeshift wooden bridges extend from the second floor, over the water to a half sunken platform.

Notable loot

  • The "Commie-Kazi Vs. Manta Man" issue of The Unstoppables is on the floor in the half sunken platform over the water.
  • The signed baseball is in the Novice-locked safe on the second floor of the flooded house.
  • The signed baseball card is in the cooler in the half sunken platform.
  • The signed catcher's mitt is on a cabinet in the unflooded shack in the southeast part of the estate.



The Westing Estate appears only in Fallout 4.


  1. Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.369: "[6.01] WESTING ESTATE
    The well-to-do Westing family once owned this idyllic slice of riverfront property. Now this is a Mirelurk swamp. Moe Cronin, of Swatters in Diamond City Market, is extremely keen on finding baseball relics from a bygone age. Unlock the safe (Novice), find the toolbox, and locate the cooler to find them."
    (Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)
  2. The Sole Survivor: "Got any work?"
    Moe Cronin: "Well, if you wanna help the sport, I got a lead on a stash of prewar collector's items. Coach "Quitting is for Punks" Westing had an estate not too far from here. Legend says when he retired, the league presented him with a baseball, catcher's mitt, and playing card, signed by all the other coaches. See where I'm going with this? I'll pay 100 caps, each, for those relics. What d'ya say?"
    (Moe Cronin's dialogue)