Clifford V. Little, 65, the president of L & T Properties, Inc., a real estate firm in Potomac, and a longtime member of the Potomac Hunt Club, died of an aneurysm Oct. 30 at Suburban Hospital.

Mr. Little, who lived in Bethesda, was born in Fayetteville, Tenn. He grew up in Washington. He attended the University of Maryland and graduated from Benjamin Franklin University. He served in the Navy in World War II.

After the war, he became a real estate and investment consultant. He founded L & T Properties, Inc. in the mid-1970s and headed it until his death.

Mr. Little was a member of the equine evaluating committee of the Maryland General Assembly and a rated horse show judge. He had been a director of the Washington Bridle Trails Association and was a former president of the Potomac chapter of the Professional Horsemen's Association. For many years he was an announcer of the Potomac Point-to-Point races and in hunter classes at the Washington International Horse Show.

He was a member of the Potomac Chamber of Commerce, the Potomac Citizens Association and the St. Francis Episcopal Church. He also was a member of the Progress Club and a volunteer in scouting affairs.

Survivors include his wife of 42 years, Edythe Ray Little of Bethesda; three children, Lee of Gaithersburg, Ray of Frederick, and Madeleine Harrell of Chevy Chase; three brothers, Adrian of Silver Spring, John of Wintergreen, Va., and Mahlon of Baltimore, and two grandchildren.