Deadman Lake Cabin
The cabin was built approx. in the 1986 and is basically and open floor plan with approx. 500 square feet in size and was built of 2 x 6 construction, concrete footing pads, asphalt roofing, cedar siding, and is well insulated for use in the winter months..
5 propane lights through out the cabin and comes complete with furniture, BBQ, and 30 lb. propane bottle,.
1 Skylight over living room.
There is one bedroom and one bathroom with a sink and toilet.
Kitchen 8' x 18' has a wood burning cook stove, and propane fridge.
Living room 18' x 11'-4" and has a wood burning heater.
Eating area 7'-10" x 6' with nice view of Deadman lake and mountains.
Door to sun deck is off kitchen.
Bedroom is 9'-6" x 12'-4"
There is an outside biffy located behind the cabin.
The cabin is powered with generator and propane lights with a 12 volt backup battery.
There is access to the basement 5' crawl space from a trap door upstairs. The basement has a wood burning heater and access to storage and the disposal tank for the toilet.
The property is .75 acre in size. The waterfrontage is approx. 112' by 310' deep. The 5' wire fencing is around both the subject property as well as the neighbors property. There is one entrance with a locked gate.
The property is nice and level from the gravel road into the cabin. There is a slight drop down tot he lake, which could easily be terraced or a few steps installed. One could also remove some of the earth 50' back from the lake making an easy boat launch.
The property is heavily treed and offers tons of privacy. The property faces in a southwesterly direction with excellent sunny exposure throughout the day.
Metal storage shed out back.
The gross property taxes for 2011 were $622.13
There is currently no gravity water system in place, and therefore any home owner would have to bring in their own drinking water, or use the water from the lake for washing, and flushing the toilet. The toilet is flushed to a holding tank.
There is no hydro at Deadman lake or phone service.
The Deadman Vidette road is paved for the first 20 km and then gravel for the last 17 km, and is maintained year round.
Zoning is ?
Deadman Lake The lake will ice over generally prior to Christmas and off early March or April
There is no motor restrictions on Deadman Lake. There is no special bait or gear restrictions on Deadman lake, and ice fishing is allowed.
Things to Do
There is many other lakes in the immediate area to fish. Hunting and fishing in the area is very popular including ATVing, and viewing the Hoodoos mountains and mountain sheep in the area.
Location & Showings
Deadman Lake is located just past Savona heading west towards Cache Creek. Approx. 10 km west of Savona you take the Deadman Vidette road and travel on a paved road for approx. 20 km, and then on the gravel road for approx. 17 km, to reach Deadman lake. The road is a wide well maintained year round road. The property is located beside a small Forest Service site of approx. 4 or 5 sites on Deadman lake.
Distance to Deadman Lake from
- Kamloops is 1 hour, 30 minutes
- Savona is ( 30 minutes )
- Kelowna is ( 3 1/2 hours )
- Vernon is 2 1/2 ( 1 hours )
- Merritt is ( 2 1/2 hours )
- Hope is ( 3 1/2 hours )