2015 Home Builder of the Year!
Specializing in designing and building contemporary dream homes. Over 30 years’ experience with 18 awards including the prestigious “NW Florida Parade of Homes” award. In 1983, Danny Speranzo and Rick Faciane joined together to build homes for their own families. With Rick’s engineering ability and Danny’s construction skills, Classic Homes of Pensacola LLC was born. They started small, with their own 5 acre tract of land. As it became apparent that their skills complimented each other so well, Classic Homes of Pensacola LLC gained size and momentum.
In 2015, Classic Homes of Pensacola built the ever-popular American Dream Home, which is a Pensacola Energy Comfort Plus Natural Gas home, located in Huntington Creek, one of the newest gated communities in Northwest Florida. Surrounded by horse trails and majestic oak trees, Huntington Creek merges luxury living with a country charm.
The HBA chose longtime, award-winning home builders Rick Faciane and Danny Speranzo of Classic Homes of Pensacola, to build the ever-popular American Dream Home in Huntington Creek. Since 1983, Classic Homes of Pensacola have built custom homes in the Pensacola area including Cedar Ridge, Kingswood Estates, Cedar Brooks Estates, Hamilton’s Crossing, Chandelle and Nature Trail, to name a few.
“Danny and I have been working together for such a long time, we know what the other is thinking,” said Rick Faciane. “When we collaborated on the Dream Home, we wanted to build a memorable home that would live up to the expectation of what a Dream Home should be.”
Speranzo echoed Faciane’s comments by saying, “I believe the Dream Home captures the essence of being with family and friends, and living comfortably whether you’re entertaining inside or outside on the lanai. It has been an exciting project and I’m thankful for all the people who played key roles in making this home a reality.”
No one could have imagined that this story would lead to dozens of OUTSTANDING HOME AWARDS “Including 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016” within the last 30 years from the prestigious “NW Florida Parade of Homes”… but it did