A two-story, hand hewn, log home built in 1935 by 0liver LaJoie, who lived with John T. Little and his wife at the site. Little was an integral part of the development of Spokane; he owned a hardware and sporting goods store and served in many civic capacities. Over a nine-year period, between 1935 and 1944, Oliver LaJoie, virtually by himself, hand crafted this existing two-story, twelve-room, 3,650 square foot log home. Each room is unique, featuring many hand crafted and forged details, fittings, and cabinetry.
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