We design and build quality custom homes and restorations.

Our interests vary widely and are motivated by the heart and character of our clients and the properties they have chosen. We value our relationships with the individuals we work with and consider the dynamics of the working alliance that takes place to create a home.

We are committed to the surrounding environment and the ability for a home to fit in to its surroundings. The Methow Valley offers a wide range of eco systems and supports numerous different options for material and design.

We are bound to beautiful, practical and sustainable building.

Jeff and Molly relocated from Seattle to the Methow Valley in 2001 where they have since had three boys and built their home. They are currently designing and building custom homes as well as continuing to work closely with other designers and architects.

Additionally, the family has owned and operated the Glover Street Market in Twisp since 2010. You can often find Molly working at the market, so stop by and say hello.

About

Jeff Patterson

Jeff got an early start in construction as a teenager, working summers for a Spokane contractor. After graduating from Williams College in Massachusetts, he purchased his first home, a farm house built in 1745.  While working in banking, he remodeled and sold the house before moving back home to the Northwest.  In Seattle, he bought another old house and another and another, until he came to the realization that he would rather build homes than continue his career in banking.  In 1989, he launched his construction business, designing and building spec homes and working with architects to create custom homes.

Molly Patterson

Molly grew up in the construction business.  She was employed by her father starting at a young age and started her own construction business in 1999 in Seattle while attending college at the University of Washington.  With a referral from an architect, she was hired as a subcontractor on a home where Jeff was the General Contractor.  The rest is history.