At Newcastle Homes, we are passionate about design and construction. As an industry-leading custom building and design firm, we strive to produce the homes of our client’s dreams.
Our core values of trust, respect, and creativity are the real foundation to all of our custom homes. We do business in the greater Chicago and Northwestern Indiana regions. We offer out of town clients the ability to view, manage and interact with their projects remotely using our online software. For our clients that live in Chicago, we offer the capability of meeting you at our remote office located in the city.
The Continental is a community composed of pristine forests, rolling hills, and natural lakes that sit atop the Saint Lawrence River Continental Divide. This Continental Divide in Indiana separates the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin from the Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico watersheds.
The northern lots of The Continental drain to the Atlantic Ocean by way of the Great Lakes and Saint Lawrence River. The southern lots of The Continental drain to the Gulf of Mexico by way of the Kankakee, Illinois and Mississippi Rivers.
The brothers are two sides of the same coin, complementing each other in skill and innovation. Custom home building requires an interplay between art and technology and the Newcastle team has the ideal balance. Rim loves to listen to our client’s needs and convert them into evocative designs. Dar is passionate about continuously improving construction methods and techniques to deliver the best possible finished product. Their talents perfectly encapsulate the essence of Newcastle Homes: “The art of building well.”
Serving St. John, Crown Point, Lake County Indiana, and Cook and Will counties of Illinois, the company is involved in Indiana Builders Association, National Association of Home Builders, and has won The NWI Times Best of the Region 2019.
Get a glimpse into our custom homes, on your own time. We invite you to virtually tour some of the homes we've built through the 3D gallery walkthrough below.