3671 Whispymound Drive is a safehouse given to Franklin upon completion of Hotel Assassination by Lester. The reason for the house being given to him is the fact that Lester's portfolio was getting a "little successful", so he figured tangible assets would be the best investment, and for tax reasons someone needed to live there, so Franklin came to mind, especially to Franklin's relief as he wouldn't have to live with his aunt, Denise, anymore.
DescriptionThe property is a modern house in Vinewood Hills with two floors, a garage, and an infinity pool and jacuzzi. The house has all of the regular amenities that the safehouses do (for example, saving cars in the garage and the game in a bed) as well as Chop's doghouse. Several health packs can be found in the bedroom downstairs, in the kitchen etc. There is a bong on a table next to the couch that Franklin can smoke, as well as a telescope in the living room that can be viewed through similar to how the player views binoculars (with the exception of the fact that binoculars must be paid for to use while the telescope, obviously, is free to use). The garage can hold two vehicles. Franklin's bedroom is on the lower floor where he can change clothes and save the game on the bed.
- Unlike every other safehouse in the game, all three protagonists can enter the house due to a door in Franklin's bedroom being permanently open. Only Franklin can save and interact with things in the house, however.
- The name of the street may be a reference to a quote from the British comedy series, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, in which fictional horror writer Garth Marenghi suggests the term "Wispy Mound" as a more mature term for vagina.
- On one of the bookshelves, there is a book called "Red Dead", written by J. Marston. This is a reference to Red Dead Redemption, another Rockstar game. "J. Marston" refers to either protagonist John Marston, or his son Jack; the latter seems more likely, as Jack was always interested in reading, and one day writing, books.