CENTURY 21 Horizon West Realty
- 224 Bridge Street PO Box 880
Princeton, BC V0X 1W0
Lee started his early working career in the retail industry for the Overwaitea Food Group. After being hired in 1997 he spent the next 10 years working into a management position. Those early years taught Lee that his hard work, excellent service and honesty would benefit both his customers and peers and would set him up for a new chapter. Because he thrives on change, he decided to tackle the challenging and exciting real estate industry. Lee completed the real estate sales representative course at UBC's Sauder School of Business in June of 2007 where he enjoyed six lucrative years selling real estate in a tough post recession market. Fast track to September 2013 where Lee opened his own brokerage, Horizon West Realty, and used his experience, management and leadership skills to run a successful office with a primary focus on results & clientel satisfaction. Lee feels that his growth through the challenging downturn required enthusiam and creativity to be successful, and resulted in market experience that covered a broad range of buying and selling opportunities.
Lee was born and raised here in Princeton. He knows the town, the geography, and the hidden little secrets of the area. Since the area is delightfully free of crowds, rich in natural wonders and local flavours, Lee believes that this creates a higher quality of life. He prides himself on thinking outside the box and looks forward to making your Real Estate transactions pleasant experiences.
Princeton life is all about the outdoors, some of Lee's hobbies are: ATVing the area's extensive forestry road network, Hiking the vast mountain trails, and playing hockey at the local arena.
Lee was a member of the Princeton Volunteer Fire Department from 2004-2009. He found himself instantly involved in a lot of different scenarios including: gas leaks, car, house fires, the Princeton Hotel, and even forest fires. Being in action, you definitely learn a lot about yourself and who you really are as a person. You must know how to read and react to arising problems that need split second decisions to keep you and your crew alive. It's exciting, risky, and gratifying to know you helped somebody in distress.
LIVE. WORK. PLAY.
Whether you're looking for retirement, recreation, or just a change of pace - Princeton, British Columbia is the natural choice.
The area offers an active retirement lifestyle, whether hiking the mountains for views of the valley, golfing the excellent 18 hole course, or fishing the calm and peaceful lakes. Either way you'll notice it's a breath of fresh air.
Recreational properties are very popular because of a true 4 season climate that offers so much to do including: X-country skiing or mountain biking the China Ridge Trails, boating on Missezula, Otter or Allison Lakes, and quading or snowmobiling the seemingly endless logging roads, trails and alpine mountains.
Princeton is centrally located and is the gateway to the Okanagan. It's easily accessible for family and friends to visit, a short drive to Manning Park or Apex Mountain ski resorts, and allows you to easily shop and visit surrounding cities.
The valley also has a lot of history behind it. It can be experienced by climbing the stairs along steep cliffs and deep tunnels of Hedley's gold mines, quad the old coal tram lines in Coalmont's mountains, or explore the rivers and rail tunnels of the Kettle Valley Railway.
CENTURY 21® Awards
- 2016 - Masters Diamond
- 2015 - Masters Emerald
- 2011 - Masters Silver
- 2010 - Masters Emerald
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