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We build in Port Gamble, where we provide our construction services along with the custom-built options like fireplaces, generator hookups, insulated interior walls and so forth. Check our floor plans to get to know our offers in this beautiful area.
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Traveling Northbound on Highway 3 towards the Hood Canal Bridge, a large brown sign stands on the shoulder reading “National Historic Landmark straight ahead.” Then, as if shooting out of a time portal, you emerge into a scene of early Washington state history. A living, working museum, time stamped and sealed inside a 120-acre plot of Kitsap County known as Port Gamble, Washington.
Port Gamble played a pivotal role in the colonization and growth of the Puget Sound Region, from the first interactions of European expeditions with the S’Klallam people to naval battles against raiding war parties from the far north. From the longest operating timber mill in U.S. history to its National Historic Landmark entitlement, this company town on the shores of Gamble Bay has a story to tell.