You probably already know, but David Goettsche of Desco Fine Homes doesn’t really have former clients. Goettsche has a fan club.  (Spoiler alert: I’m practically the president of Goettsche’s fan club!)

It’s easy to see why Goettsche and his brand have amassed such an ardent following during his 31 years in business, as the Dallas-based builder has won awards for his work and has been recognized for his business practices. Who better to kick off our newest feature in partnership with the Dallas Builders Association — the Member Spotlight. 

The team at will highlight some of the spectacular members of Dallas Builders Association right here, asking these consummate professionals all about their business as a way to brag on the many quality, trustworthy builders in the North Texas area that can count themselves among their peers in the Dallas Builders Assocation.

To learn more about Goettsche and his brand, Desco Fine Homes, keep reading!


Quality craftsmanship, comfortable luxury, and a coveted location come together in one Lakewood custom home by one of North Texas’ top homebuilders.

David Goettsche, founder of Desco Fine Homes

The Craftsman eclectic at 6225 McCommas Blvd. is new construction from Approved Builder Desco Fine Homes and it impresses with its transitional style, thoughtful spaces, and high-end features. 

“We love the Wilshire Heights/Lakewood area of Dallas and this house fits in beautifully there, with a handsome design and impressive curb appeal,” said David Goettsche, founder of Desco Fine Homes, a company that prides itself on being a true boutique builder. Each talented craftsman is hand-chosen by Goettsche and many of them have worked with him for decades. Goettsche has been building for more than 40 years and many have been with him almost that long. 

This house has four oversized bedrooms, four full bathrooms, one half bath, two living areas, an office, large upstairs flex space, and 4,100 square feet. There is an open house this Sunday, Oct. 7, from 1-5 p.m. Would you like a sneak peek? 


By Amy Rose Dobson
Special Contributor

There’s a new four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home in Preston Hollow that brings even more sophistication and style to an already impressive neighborhood. This Desco Fine Homes build has an exterior that harkens back to a Mediterranean villa, which blends seamlessly with the contemporary style waiting for you on the inside. Throughout the 4,700 square feet of luxe interiors there are design details that elevate this house out of the ordinary and into the top of the class.


Desco Fine Homes

When it comes to building a new custom home or remodeling an existing one, the task of hiring a builder can feel overwhelming. DFW has no shortage of professionals who specialize in luxury builds. How to find one with the experience and integrity to create something with superior craftsmanship, and a timeless marriage of function and beauty?

David Goettsche, owner of Desco Fine Homes, is the answer for people looking to create sophisticated houses with energy-efficient construction. For more than 40 years, he has worked with his clients to translate their visions into beloved family spaces in the area’s most distinguished neighborhoods, like Preston Hollow, Lakewood, and North Dallas.

“Most of our new clients come to us from referrals, either that of a satisfied customer or a Realtor friend, and that is the highest compliment,” said Goettsche. “Our reputation for quality precedes us because we form true partnerships with our clients and really listen.”

Goettsche is known for his extensive construction knowledge, excellent customer service, and attention to detail. He brings his expertise to updating and refining his homes; his team is on the leading edge of innovations in homebuilding, from design elements to finish and decor. He works with only the best architects, plan designers, interior designers, craftsmen, and home automation consultants. Some have worked with Goettsche for more than 30 years.

“We offer inventive ideas for clients looking to live in a home that isn’t cookie cutter or commonplace,” he said. “Whether they’re Old World, Mediterranean, transitional, or soft contemporary, our homes really stand out from the rest.”