Since its inception in 1976, Colonial Homes has been a family owned and operated custom builder, building homes in northeastern Indiana, northwestern Ohio, and soon will be serving lower Michigan. Using in-house drafting services, an award winning design team and direct contact with all staff members, Colonial custom builds for every lifestyle and budget. But whether building a million dollar home, starter home, or mid-priced home, Colonial's building standards never change.
Colonial Homes was one of the pioneers of the villa concept in the mid-1980s. The villa concept combines convenience with home ownership. It
is the perfect lifestyle for individuals who want to own their homes but do not want to take care of the outside chores. Owning a villa combines the pride and advantage of owning your home with the convenience of having someone else take care of the exterior maintenance. This includes irrigated lawn care throughout the summer months and snow removal during the winter.
Colonial Homes villa communities are located throughout northeast Indiana and range between $120,000 and $1 million. Prices vary depending on your choice of size, features, and options.
Get a first hand tour of one of our villa designs that was featured in the 2009 BANI Parade of Homes
"From our initial meeting with Colonial Homes, we knew it was a good fit! They have always been very willing to make sure we were satisfied no matter how small our request might have been. And if the situation turned out to be more of a challenge, they stuck with it until it was right.
They have always been reliable. Their follow-up on the construction process, no matter how small of a detail, has always been very prompt and thorough. We love our home and are very proud to say Larry Delagrange and his team built it. They are not just our contractor, they have become our friends.
If we were ever to build again there is no question in our minds that we would go to Colonial Homes. They are fantastic people and wonderful to work with. The only regret we have now is our home is finished and we miss seeing them."
- Jerry and Paula Schmidt