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.
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I'm enthusiastic to take care of all your Real Estate needs and would be delighted to help you acheive that higher standard of living you've been looking for.
I'm born and raised here and glad to be part of Princeton's friendly community. I feel fortunate to have grown up in such a great place.
I spent 10 years in the retail industry working for the Overwaitea Food Group. I was hired in 1997 at a young age and quickly moved up the ladder as a senior employee and manager of the produce department. I then decided to take on a new challenge and became a Realtor in July 2007. I feel my hard work, high level of service and honesty benefits both my clients and my peers. I look forward to making your Real Estate transactions pleasant experiences.
I enjoy being active and playing outdoors. Hobbies include: dirt-biking, snowboarding, playing hockey and currently a member of the Princeton Volunteer Fire Department.
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.
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