Wausau Homes Cherokee
424 West Main Street
Cherokee, Iowa 51012
Monday-Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm CST
Evenings and weekends by appointment
About Our Design Studio
Wausau Homes Cherokee is a premier home builder that offers guidance on everything from creating a custom home plan to selecting the interior and exterior features that will make your home unique. Darren Zwiefel and Chad Brown are local home builders with years of experience in home building. From rural areas to city lots, Darren and Chad will be your building advisor along the new home journey. With advanced 3D home rendering technology, we’ll walk you through your custom new home before it’s even built. Once the home is created your way, we’ll provide a firm price and move-in date ensuring no surprises during the building process.
"I have learned that the true measure of a successful relationship is a happy customer. It's with that experience that I'm excited to bring a beautiful home to every customer without the usual headaches associated with the process." - Darren Z.
Darren has lived in Cherokee for over 25 years as a community member coaching youth athletics and raising a family. He and Chad have a passion for seeing people and projects succeed. Both builders truly enjoy dreaming of, developing, and building custom homes for local families.
Each Wausau Homes Builder is an independent local business, so you can have the confidence and ease of dealing with a local builder. Plus, each Wausau Homes Builder has access to all of the Wausau Homes design tools and Wausau Homes components.
About The Area We Serve
Wausau Homes Cherokee builds custom homes in Cherokee and the surrounding counties of O'Brien, Buena Vista, Plymouth, and Ida. We have a strong reputation with homeowners throughout our territory and enjoy working in Cherokee as well as the surrounding communities of Storm Lake, Paulina, Sheldon, Le Mars, Ida Grove, and all cities in between.
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The city and county of Cherokee is centrally located in their territory, and the city has a vibrant main street and local economy. Northwest Iowa is home to numerous recreational activities including Storm Lake, hunting and outdoor activities. The Little Sioux River is open to the public and a great place for a weekend float or fishing outing.