This adventure location is inspired by the blog of someone called Juliette, covering their construction of a model Victorian home. It seems like the house was never finished, but when I stumbled upon it after a random google search, I found the floorplans and the photos of the interiors inspired my dungeon-writing instinct. Therefore, I present a home for PCs in an Americacrawl setting to break into, sneak around in, and have a gunfight or two.
I ran a short playtest of the area with some of my hometown friends, and they managed to pull off a successful heist without notifying most of the inhabitants. However, I think it would still be a satisfying experience if it started with a huge gunfight and then led to the party picking over the interior. I believe Josie of Occultronics is destined to write the authoritative blogpost on this dungeoneering structure, but it has not been published yet.
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The Bridgeport is the stately home of Philadelphia lawyer Wilbur Weaver. A fancy man from out east, he has set up here to dazzle the locals with his refined charms, and has fallen in with a gang of ne'er-do-wells and thieves. As practicing lawyers and street toughs tend to antagonize strangers, it should be easy enough for a DM to come up with some excuse for a party of PCs to want to break into the Bridgeport and take Weaver down a few pegs.