Settled in a small clearing of forest, House Warwicke's estate is built somewhat akin to a Victorian-styled manor, with several columns across the property holding the roofing over the covered porches. In the back stands two towers, both about twelve stories tall, covered in vine, and the entire estate has something of an old English castle feel to it. The property is gated, but it is short gating, mostly shrubbery separating the yard from the road, a fountain in the front entryway, cobblestone walkways, and landscaping rocks and flowering bushes across the grounds.
House Cassimer own two estates; the first, close to the centre of Nydema, spans several blocks of space, with a beige stone wall, wrought iron gate, perfectly manicured lawn, the estate itself three storeys, symmetrical in design, and matching the stone wall. It looks rather stately, and the grounds only have one building on it. There's a fountain in the foyer, but it isn't large enough to swim in; there's a pool in the back, for that. The second estate is a few miles outside Nydema, a quaint little homey cottage in comparison, built of brown stone, two storeys tall, lawn well cared for and brush swept to the side, a covered front porch, and a pond in the back. The second estate has a horse stable.