Pleasant Valley Farmstead is a house located within Pleasant Valley. It's most easily located by following the main road linking several key areas within Pleasant Valley.
The Farmstead is found at the back of a dead orchard, near the side of the river. It consists of a derelict barn, a grain silo, and a large Farmhouse with an externally accessed basement. The silo cannot be entered. There is also an abandoned car on the property. Some distance behind the farmstead is another broken stable with a chance to spawn a hunting rifle, as well as usually having a frozen corpse and a small amount of supplies.
The Farmhouse itself has three points of entry as well as a basement accessed through a bulkhead door on the side of the building. The kitchen door is enclosed by a roofed porch that usually contains some loot. The porch is very useful as it is not uncommon for a bear to spawn directly outside of the house. The bear can be shot and killed from inside the safety of the porch, and this is by far the simplest and safest method of taking it down.
The interior of the Farmhouse is quite spacious with two bathrooms, a kitchen, living room, study, and three bedrooms. There are two fire sources, a lot of containers for storing surplus tools and supplies, and a toilet in each bathroom containing a good amount of potable water. There is a work bench in the basement for crafting and several beds to use for warming up and resting.
Several useful tools and supplies can also be found in both the main house and the basement, including two chances for a hunting rifle to spawn either in the study, or underneath the bed in the master bedroom. A few rounds of ammo can usually be found scattered around the house as well. A large amount of the furniture can be broken down for a lot of reclaimed wood and cloth where needed.
It is a tactical choice for a base because of the size, the large amount of loot, and the inclusion of beds, fireplaces, and a work bench. However, it is a fair distance away from other buildings, so travel may take longer.
Be wary of bears near this location, as there is a den not very far away and the bear tends to wander.