As owner and president of Clifton Homes, Inc., Andrew Cornella has been building beautiful custom homes in the Denver metropolitan area for over 35 years. Mr. Cornella’s immense passion for craftsmanship, appreciation for custom home design along with his impressive educational background in business are the foundational characteristics of Clifton Homes, Inc.
Mr. Cornella and his dedicated team at Clifton Homes, Inc., are thrilled to be an exclusive preferred builder at Fox Hill. Offering farmhouse craftsman ranch-style homes with versatile and functional open floor plans, the Fox Hill custom residences built by Clifton Homes have been thoughtfully and meticulously designed to maximize the beautiful landscape, majestic mountain views and the indoor/outdoor Colorado living lifestyle. Having built a number of homes in the Denver area including Parker, Denver, Lakewood, Aurora, Castle Pines Village and the prestigious Cherry Creek Country Club Estate and Rancho Montecito communities, Clifton Homes, Inc. is excited to leave their unique and exceptional footprint at Fox Hill.
A Gold Star member of the Better Business Bureau, Mr. Cornella and the Clifton Homes, Inc., team look forward to creating and building beautiful homes for the future residents of Fox Hill.
“Andrew was my contractor to build a custom-made home. We had a wonderful work relationship where he demonstrated top notch professionalism in terms of the quality and timely work that he did for us. His ability to trouble shoot, put the project in the right order and creative ideas that enabled us to save lots of costs while getting the best products and materials not only helped us build our house with our budget, but also have the best house we have ever had.”
“Andy was professional through the process. He managed the project, met his budget and completed the project in a timely manner. The quality of construction is excellent, and the home has been a very good investment property for me.”
“What I most appreciate about Andy was his ability to work with all of the various people involved; whether it was the city and county, subcontractors, HOA, inspectors, whomever. Andy worked with all these people on a personal level, and was able to find agreement and common ground where there could have been serious problems, and resolved issues.Andy has good and reliable contacts within this region. I am appreciative that Andy “worked to get things right”, whether it was insisting that portions be re-worked that needed improvements, to over-engineering structural elements for the long term. Andy did not take short cuts, and I feel we are the better for that.”