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    The Jewel of Christina Lake

    Kootenays Listing No. 18228

    This acreage features 220 feet of prime waterfront tucked away in a quiet bay. A fun sandy beach and a deep-water area that is perfect for docking boats. Two dwellings and 6 cabins are on the property, ready to move in, or to use as you build your dream home.

    Reduced $1,295,000

    6.69 acres

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    This 6.69 acre property features 220 feet of prime waterfront tucked away from the crowds in a quiet bay at Lighthouse Point. A perfect, unoccupied, and level building site immediately above the high-water mark, offers panoramic views with walk-out lake access. You can live in the on-site bungalow and enjoy the views, along with all the lake offers, while you build your own dream home. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a most desirable waterfront property on Christina Lake.

    Approximately one acre of prime land lies between West Lake Drive and Christina Lake. The land is gently sloping, forested with large western red cedar and western larch, with a perfect cleared building site in the centre of the property. The 220 feet of waterfront is mostly deep water, ideal for boat access and includes a shallow area with an attractive sandy beach where the kids can play.

    Christina Lake is known as the warmest treed lake in British Columbia. Boating and water sports are spectacular in the summer. Awake to the chatter of chipmunks and squirrels, enjoy the sunrise and warmth of the early morning sun, water ski or wakeboard in the afternoon and go for a paddle in your canoe as the moon rises in the evening while the rest of the family enjoys a campfire by the beach. Fishing is most productive in the fall however, rainbow trout, kokanee, large and small mouth bass can be landed year-round.


    2612 West Lake Drive - Christina Lake, BC. East of Grand Forks, BC


    From Highway 3 turn onto West Lake Drive at the south end of Christina Lake. Follow West Lake Drive for 6.5 km to 2612 West Lake Drive. Drive carefully, watching for pedestrians, bicycles and opposing traffic.

    Drive times to Christina Lake
    • Grand Forks 18 min - 21.6 km
    • Osoyoos 2 hr - 146 km km
    • Spokane 2 ½ hr - 187 km
    • Penticton 3 hr - 215 km
    • Kelowna 3 hr - 237 km
    • Chilliwack 5 ¼ hr - 444 km
    • Vancouver 6 ½ hr - 544 km
    • Calgary 7 ¾ hr - 692 kmv
    • Edmonton 10 ½ hr - 982 km

    Area Data

    Christina Lake has a grocery store/liquor store, coffee shops, a bakery, a pub, a lumber yard/hardware store and other establishments for everyday needs that operate year-round. Nearby Grand Forks offers additional shopping and services. Grand Forks also has an annual international invitational baseball tournament at beautiful James Donaldson Park which is well-known in baseball circles.


    The property below the road is treed with large western red cedar, larch, a few Douglas fir and birch. Above the road is mostly rocky, steep ground with brush and numerous wildlife trees.


    Water Sports

    Christina Lake is a summer destination for swimming, cruising, water skiing, wake boarding, tubing, sailing, canoeing and kayaking.


    Fish for rainbow trout, Kokanee, large and small mouth bass, and the occasional walleye throughout the year. Fish for large rainbow trout in the fall.

    Winter Activities

    The area is quiet in the winter. Enjoy the solitude, snowshoe, cross-country ski, or ice fish when the lake freezes over..


    Hike, stream fish, bike on the Kettle Valley Railway trail, or golf at nearby popular 18-hole or par-3 courses - all in this beautiful natural surrounding.


    The property was originally a camp built in 1929 by Dr. Murray before there was road access. It was purchased from Dr. Murry by D.D. Morris in 1954. He was a Cominco executive, becoming VP of the company and President of West Kootenay Power. A number of Cominco executives purchased the property in the 1950s resulting in the area being nick-named “Little Tadanac” (Tadanac being a wealthy neighborhood in Trail).

    Additional historical info on the area and the Kettle Valley Railway can be found on Wikipedia.

    Map Reference

    49° 5'9.92"N and 118°14'26.75"W

    Investment Features

    Rare, prime 220 ft waterfront property on a popular lake tucked away from the crowds. Prime building site with road access and walk-out lake access. The property is timbered with large western red cedar and western larch that can be used for a new wharf or buildings. Rustic cabins contain logs and lumber that can be incorporated into finishing features in a new home.


    Lake water intake, septic, power, garbage pickup and telephone.


    • Small, 3 bedroom bungalow built in 1964
    • Rustic original main cabin built around 1929
    • 6 rustic one or two room sleeping cabins

    Tax Details

    $6,480 (2017)


    R2 Waterfront Residential


    PID 009-968-938

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    Maps & Plans

    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.