A waterfront log cabin with 133′ shoreline, this home was built in 1977 and sits on 1.5 acres on the shore of Christina Lake. The cozy log home is the quintessential “cabin at the lake” that family memories are made of. Friends will unite, gather and come together here for a wedding or reunion with a spectacular backdrop. This lakeside property will be your family legacy for generations.
The log home was built in 1977 and has been lovingly owned by one family. Log homes stand the test of time and will be enjoyed by future generations for centuries. Log homes are low maintenance, offer excellent natural insulation effects and are extremely durable.
The 27′ x 27′ log cabin has 2 lofts, 3 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, a wrap-around deck that’s awesome, a wood stove to extend the seasons, baseboard heating and a metal roof (new in 2009). The home is only steps to the water’s edge.
Outdoor amenities include a wood-fired (also electric) hot tub, fire pit, dock and buoy for boat parking and a dock. There is ample parking at this residence, with 2 level parking areas including a spot for a large motor home or trailer.
Everyone will surely gather in one or more of seating areas on the wrap around deck. The covered area offers an additional 600sf of extended living space. Find your spot in the sun or shade, enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at different dining areas of the deck throughout the day.
With the waterfront location and orientation on Christina Lake that the home offers, it’s occupants enjoy warm morning sun, full daytime exposure and cool evening shade for reprieve. The location, in a bit of a bay, causes boats to stay further out from the shore. This perfectly reduces boat wake, noise and increases your privacy.
It’s no secret that Christina Lake is one of BC’s warmest lakes and this waterfront property offers a great swimming and boating experience. There is a small little beach area that the owners created and brought sand in, many years ago.
This property, like all others in the area, has a septic system. Sewage is sent to the septic tank and once processed, effluent water is pumped up to the septic field that is located beside West Lake Drive.
Water source is from the lake, pumped into holding tank located under the deck. Water is filtered on it’s way to the taps and water quality is good to drink. The hot water tank (located under the house) was installed new in 2014.
For more information regarding home ownership in Christina Lake and/or British Columbia, see our “Info for Buyers” page.
Also, you can visit the official destination page of Christina Lake.