An individual with Venus in the 4th house is deeply connected to their home and personal space, and they take great pride in maintaining a beautiful and comfortable space for their loved ones. They may place a high value on their property because they have an innate sense of how to create an attractive atmosphere in the home, and they place an even higher value on their abode because they have a strong desire for ease and a need for a comfortable way of life.
Those with Venus here may feel a strong sense of loyalty to their home, family, and/or historical lineage. The 4th house is all about our roots, our family, our private places, our inner worlds, and our personal lives. Venus in the 4th house indicates a preference for engaging in pursuits that have a positive effect on the neighbourhood. They may like activities such as decorating, hosting parties at home, painting, listening to music, gardening, and art collecting, among many others; as a result, their residence often resembles an art gallery due to the abundance of great pieces they have acquired over the years.
Venus in the 4th house is also auspicious since it usually indicates a happy upbringing, contented family life, and a loving relationship with the father, barring any other astrological factors that could suggest otherwise. Sometimes, though, they form these impressions without even realising it; given that Venus is Dad’s symbol, it’s probable that he was taken to be a suave, collected, and charming gentleman. Venus in this house suggests a sensitivity to domestic strife and a desire to keep things amicable; persons with this placement may have been raised by parents who were unable to tolerate even the slightest hint of conflict in the home.
In the fourth house Venus tends to bring harmony to the home situation and to interpret one’s sense of rootedness in a family, land, a tradition in terms of one’s responsibility to bring the values they contain to fruition. A certain degree of introversion may be valuable, for the individual has to impart meaning to his feelings. The Astrological Houses: The Spectrum of individual Experience
Venus in the 4th house suggests that the individual’s father and their early life as a whole were likely sources of inspiration, wealth, and joy. It’s possible that their sense of values and self-worth were formed by the people and early events in their life during their youth, especially if they came from a family in which women — sisters, aunts, cousins – played an important part. Those who have Venus in the house of ‘keeping it in family’ will often have a better chance of benefiting from their parents’ estates.
If Venus is in trouble in the 4th house, which indicates the need for security at home, the person affected may be possessive, jealous, and overprotective of those closest to them. It’s possible that this person would like to find a life partner who shares their appreciation for staying at home and can join them for cosy, romantic evenings in. The partner may be someone they’ve known in the past, and they may be looking for someone who understands and appreciates history and family traditions and has an interest in roots and heritage. The individual may have felt a sense of familiarity with the other person from the start of the relationship, and the display of love for this other may be extremely deep and intimate.