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C U STO M B U I L D E R 215 G. Little Construction Luxury home building runs in the family at G. Little Construction. When Bob Little founded the firm in 1979 with his partner Whitey Johnson, under the name Johnson & Little Construction, he had no idea that one day his son, Gage, would be working alongside him to build some of the most intriguing homes in the Pacific Northwest. In 1985, Bob bought out Whitey Johnson and changed the name to Little & Little Construction. Renamed G. Little Construction in 2012, when Gage became a partner, the firm is renowned for its work in restoring noteworthy historic homes in Port Townsend, crafting floating houses that draw the attention of curious passersby during construction, and building land-based abodes that are anything but ordinary. A love of architecture and a deep respect for fine craftsmanship are hallmarks of G. Little Construction, where luxury isn't limited to extravagant projects. In addition to building custom homes, the firm has become known for providing the same level of attention and service to small projects, remodels, and kitchens and bath construction. With its own cabinetry shop and long-standing relationships with local professional trades and county building departments, every aspect of G. Little's work is done right the first time. Owners are encouraged to communicate directly with the team, and clients love the open communication and ease with which Bob, Gage, and the entire G. Little team guide them through the process of home building. The care with which the team approaches every project— and every person involved—brings clients back to G. Little Construction when it's time to build a new home or renovate a beloved space. LEFT: Mountain Valley sandstone shipped to the site from Heber City, Utah, makes up parts of the exterior and interior of the Northwest Modern home. The design represents the four elements in its materials: stone, glass, copper, and bamboo, while the green roof collects rainwater to protect the sensitive blufftop site. Photograph by Northlight Photography PORT TOWNSEND

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