|State||Village En Marais, Louisiana|
|Real-world Counterpart||Plantation complexes in the Southeastern United States|
- "ANYONE STILL ALIVE GET TO THE PLANTATION HOUSE!"
- "There's the plantation house!"
An old three-story (9 m) 19th century plantation house is located at the edge of the swamp on the outer edge of Village En Marais. The Southern plantations were generally self-sufficient settlements that relied on the forced labor of the slaves. However, few plantation structures survived into the more modern day era with the vast majority destroyed through natural disaster, neglect or fire over the centuries (In this case the Green Flu epidemic). It seems though the house was going through some major renovation at the time. It was never completed. The house features the traditional large front courtyard, a large garden and backyard and a boat docking area.
One of the last surviving outposts in the South East, the plantation house seemed to have been the final hold-out for the local Survivors of the Green Flu virus. Declining the aid of CEDA and the Military, it seems that they held out the longest against the Infection (As it was stated in a graffiti). The site was used for evacuating the surviving residents of Village En Marais and the area around Earl's Gator Village as there is an additional boat docking area to make it easier for the oncoming Survivors to board the boats and a defensive perimeter to set up around the site. Since the house was undergoing renovations at the time, it is somewhat easier to access the different parts of the house due to multiple scaffoldings and wooden planks that are put in place.
The new Survivors left Village En Marais in search for a way out of the swamp via the plantation house. They arrived through the front courtyard and used the scaffolding to get into the second floor of the house. Once inside, they searched the house for supplies, weapons and ammo. Once they re-stocked, they headed out back towards the gardens just on the rear of the building. Near the boat docks is a big wooden gate that prevents the Survivors from continuing on. However, a radio is left beside the barrier. They contacted a lone Cajun Survivor named Virgil who had a boat and was looking for Survivors. The Survivors have to hold out while fighting the Hordes of the Infected and Tanks until they are finally rescued by Virgil and his boat.
- The plantation house is influenced by the Nottoway Plantation in Louisiana.
- A heavy machine gun along with other supplies such as propane tanks and gas cans can also be found in and around the house.
- Inside the house are two wheelchairs which are from the original Left 4 Dead.
- Rochelle mentions that her aunt used to live here while talking to Virgil.