Sierra's home is an average wasteland shack with the exception of the red neon Nuka-Cola sign next to the door and a large amount of empty soda bottles around the door.
Inside consists of a bed, oven and a huge amount of different Nuka-Cola items such as an antique Nuka-Cola refrigerator, an inflatable Nuka-Cola bottle, pristine Nuka-Cola machine, Nuka-Cola and Quantum advertising banners, a Nuka-Cola bottle lamp and a Nuka-Cola Clock, all of which are unobtainable. The Nuka-Cola machine is locked and requires a key to open.
- There are 65 bottles of Nuka-Cola in Sierra Petrovita's House (including on top of the Nuka-Cola machine), 71 if you include the 5 ice cold Nuka-Colas in her fridge and the one she gives you at the end of her tour. If you choose to take them, they must be stolen.
- Although the Nuka-Cola machine requires a key to open, no such key exists in the game.
- Sierra's home is included in New Vegas files, but is unused.
Sierra Petrovita's home appears only in Fallout 3.