The First Name in Luxury Home Building
DePiero LLC builds unique, residential luxury homes. The signature style of a DePiero home has great physical and visual strength, and is at once classic and contemporary. Look at the photographs: the sweeping gestures; the sturdy, time-honored materials; the masterful way dichotomies are handled; interior/exterior, tranquil/active, social/private. Throughout every home, the level of finishing and attention to detail surpasses even the most discerning buyer’s desires; a DePiero-built home is truly equal measures of inspiration and prestige.
Building Dream Homes
Luxury home building, by nature, is collaboration. To capture the essence of each homeowner’s dream, DePiero successfully combines the vision of the architect with the craftsmanship of his long-standing core team of artisan builders. Because architects know that the evolution of a building project from blueprints to finished product is fluid, they trust DePiero LLC to be intimately involved with every phase of the construction process. For those lucky home owners who are considering building a luxury home north and west of Boston, in southern New Hampshire and southern Maine, these are the kind of recommendations that give you peace of mind.
A Blueprint for Inspiration
In addition to the stack of blueprints, there is something more that you need before you can fulfill this dream. It's a feeling of trust that your vision can become a reality. It's not always easy to remain calm or feel a sense of trust when starting a luxury home building project. That's why it's imperative that you hire a builder whose forte is, in fact, projects of this scope; whose focus is squarely on the magnificence of the final product and your happiness with the work, rather than on the final payment.
The Master Builder Tradition
"In viewing your custom homes I saw something; ideas and detailing that weren't coming from an architect, but from you in the Master Builder tradition that has been missing in the United States for at least sixty years."
Charles G., AIA