Top 5 biomes for building homes in Minecraft
Due to its flat nature, players won't have to terraform much before building. Additionally, plain biomes tend to have an abundance of animals which allows for the quick creation of animal farms. A great plains biome for base-building ideally has nearby access to water, trees, and sand
Due to the lack of trees, the ideal Snowy Tundra biome for base-building will have to be located near some type of forest biome. Snowy Tundras provide a different building aesthetic when compared to the plains biome. The build seen in the image above would look completely out of place if built in a plains biome.
Albeit rare, the Mushroom Fields biome is amazing to build a base on. Firstly, it is an extremely flat biome and won't require much terraforming. Additionally, hostile mobs do not spawn at all in the Mushroom Fields. This will provide quite a peaceful Minecraft experience, which is desirable for many players.
While slightly difficult to build on, ocean biomes will provide an amazing defense against hostile mobs and players. Players can create their own tree farms so that they do not have to travel back to land every time they need wood. In addition to the extra security, an ocean is a completely flat biome that requires zero terraforming in order to build.
Savannah biomes can add a bit of variety to builds if players choose to utilize the acacia wood supply in this biome rather than the common oak wood. There are often many trees and animals, and quite frequently, open grassy space available to build on.