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Meet the Developer
The team behind Clearview Farm Preserve is Phil Bowman and Paul Bowman. With over 50 years of experience between them, including new construction, residential development, commercial development, remodels, and renovations, Phil and Paul are trusted builders who bring extensive experience to building and development.
The Clearview Farm Preserve team understands that a new home is often one of the biggest investments a person makes in their lifetime and they care deeply about guiding customers through the homebuilding process to optimal results, while also being cost conscious. Clearview Farm Preserve believes in a working partnership with clients, which starts with taking the time to understand their clients’ needs and preferences. They apply experience, design thinking, craftsmanship, and communication to every job. Clearview Farm Preserve also builds for the future, striving to implement green building practices, energy efficiency, and technological integration as often as possible.
More about Phil Bowman
Phil Bowman graduated from Colgate University in 2002 with a B.S. in History. Upon graduating, he moved to Boston where he worked with Berry Construction as a Project Manager for large-scale healthcare, life science, and education building projects. After five years in Boston, Phil moved back to Connecticut and, in 2008, he started his own land development company, Pinnacle Land Development.
Phil has an extensive background and experience in the building industry. He specializes in custom residential homes, commercial development, full building renovation and resale throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts. He believes in the importance of evolving his building practices to and for the needs of his customers and the environment. He is adamant about providing the highest level of service to ensure each customer's comfort throughout all phases of construction and finished product.
Phil Bowman is a Licensed Builder & Home Improvement Contractor in Connecticut and Massachusetts, member of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), a NAHB certified Green Professional, a member of the Connecticut Green Building Council, and a licensed realtor. Phil has been featured in Modern Home Builder and Connecticut Homes for Sale.
Phil is also on the Town of Cheshire Public Building Commision, the Board of directors for the Cheshire Community Food Pantry, and is a volunteer coach for the Cheshire High School varsity football team.
Previous subdivisions/Custom homeS:
Cook Hill Road, Cheshire, CT: A custom farmhouse style homE
North Brooksvale EstateS, Cheshire, CT
Bishops Corner, Cheshire, CT: 5 lot subdivision of custom homes
Sindall Brook, Cheshire, CT: 5 lot subdivision of custom homes
Cedar Crest, Cheshire, CT: 14 lot subdivision of custom homes
Inverness Court, Cheshire, CT: a Custom colonial
Prinz Court & Edith Place, Cheshire, CT: 5 Custom, luxury homes
Oak Avenue, Cheshire, CT: 2 custom homes
Platt Lane, Cheshire, CT: 2 custom homeS
120 Commercial Street in Boston, Massachusetts
75 Montgomery Street in Boston, Massachusetts
Lynn Drive, Guilford, CT
Gina Lane, Guilford, CT
Bluffview Estates, Guilford, CT
More about Paul Bowman
Based in Cheshire, Connecticut, Paul Bowman has been building and developing real estate for over 35 years. He has experience in custom residential homes, commercial development, full building renovation, remodel, and land acquisition. Since an early age, he worked alongside his father, owner of White-Bowman Plumbing & Heating, as an apprentice plumber until graduating from the University of New Haven in 1979 with a B.S. in Business. His first building project was the construction of single family homes in Southbury, CT and then, with two partners, he built Quarry Village Condominiums, a 97-unit residential project in Cheshire, CT. Paul continued with development and project management but also started a framing crew which went on to frame hundreds of houses. Over the years, he developed many properties, including the installation of miles of roadways and incorporating both on-site and off-site improvements. Through his work, he’s provided several hundred homes to families in the communities of Cheshire, Southbury, Woodbury, Naugatuck, Prospect, Hamden, North Branford, and Madison Connecticut.
Paul’s experience and expertise also includes representing land owners, prospective buyers, and businesses interested in or invested in land & real estate development. He specializes in the identification and entitlement of vacant land into neighborhood and commercial developments, representing property owners in this process. Paul is a member of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
Paul has a long history of giving back to the community. His past volunteer, civic membership, and community service includes:
Cheshire Jaycees, Member
COCO, Board of Directors
Cheshire Rotary Club, Member, President & Paul Harris Fellow
MWH Corporation, Board of Directors, (Meriden-Wallingford Hospital for profit division)
Cheshire Junior Football Inc., Coach, Board Member & President
Cheshire Town Council, At Large & District Councilman, Vice-Chairman, Chairman
Cheshire 1994 Tercentennial Committee, Chairman
Cheshire 1999 First Night Cheshire, Committee, Chairman
Cheshire Education Foundation Inc., Founding Board of Directors
Apple Valley Bank, Founding Board of Directors
Cheshire Community Food Pantry Inc., Founding Board of Directors, President
Previous Subdivisions/Custom Homes:
Turrill Brook Farms, Southbury, CT
Laurel Ledge, Prospect, CT
Quarry Village, Cheshire, CT
Devonwood, Cheshire, CT
Meadowbrook, Naugatuck, CT
North Ridge Estates, Hamden, CT
Maple Hill, Naugatuck, CT
Towne Farm Estates, Cheshire, CT
Chestnut Hill, Cheshire, CT
Kelsey Springs, Madison, CT
Arbor Estates, North Branford, CT
Northridge, Cheshire, CT
Copper Beech Estates, Cheshire, CT
Stonegate, Cheshire, CT
Ives CorneR, Cheshire, CT
Saddle Brook Farm, Cheshire, CT
Forest Hills, Cheshire, CT
Meadowview Estates, Cheshire, CT
In an effort to offset the use of natural resources required in land development and building, Clearview Farm Preserve has made reforestation in North America a part of our business model. Through the organization One Tree Planted, we’ve committed to planting 100 trees for every new home we build. Our homes are primarily constructed using Douglas-fir lumber sourced from the Pacific Northwest & Canada and One Tree Planted allows us to target both that area and that specific tree in fulfilling our tree planting commitment. We care about the environment and endeavor to be conscious of how we impact the world around us.
Clearview Farm Preserve believes in building for the future, striving to implement green building practices, energy efficiency, and technological integration as often as possible .
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