If your idea of home is, say, a cozy three-bedroom with a yard, a spouse, and 2.5 kids, let's just say 124 Bluestone Road won't be your kind of home. Why? Because "home" in Beloved is a haunted concept.
In addition to the haunted house that is 124, Beloved is about the after-effects of slavery in a community of free slaves. That means the notion of home becomes an ideal that is finally in reach yet still unattainable for most of the ex-slaves. A lot of the characters in the book are still contending with the recent past, when slaves were refused the right to own a house, among other things.
In case property ownership wasn't enough of a sticking point, think about the one place in the novel that's actually called "home," Sweet Home, the Kentucky plantation that's anything but "sweet." Bottom line: don't go looking for comfort in the homes of Beloved.
In Beloved, "home" is a space for women, not for men. To become part of the home, men need to learn how to get in touch with their feminine side.
"A house is not a home." That pretty much sums up 124 for you.