Hyas Lake Cabin
The cabin is log construction and is 27' x 17' with two bedrooms, loft,
kitchen, shower, large sun deck and dock. Approx. 504 square feet in
size and was built in 1967.
The shed is 8' x 10' split into a 8' x 4' shower and a 6' x 8' workshop.
These are improvements to the leasehold;
12' x 16' floating dock
Water system Inc pump, holding tanks, RV pump with filters.
8' x 10' combination workshop and shower stall with sink.
Laminate plank flooring in the cabin.
Resurfaced counters and paneled walls.
Propane thermostat controlled furnace installed by licensed pipe fitter.
Propane lighting system. Lights over the kitchen counter, sofa bed and chair.
Metal roof on 1 x 4 over 2 x 4, 1.5" rigid insulation used over old roof
between 2 x 4's
The cupboard holds 2 – 50lbs tanks. 1 tank is empty and the other is approx ½ full. They last approx. a week to 10 days using the fridge, stove, lights
and sometimes the furnace. Seller has started to switch to 30lb tanks as they are lighter and can be carried in a car. There is now one at the cabin.
There is only one wood burning cook stove, plus the seller installed a 10,000 btu propane furnace to supplement the wood stove.
Once the pilot light is lit, it is controlled by a thermostat.
For the watering system everything has to set up in the spring. There is a Honda pump at the cabin (staying). There is a 2” line out about 60 or 70 ft
with a screen over the intake. It is connected to the pump. I have blue pump hoses and 1 forestry fire hose I use to pump the water to 2 blue
plastic barrels above the height of the cabin and outhouse. They run together through a course filter under the tanks. From there, it goes to a 12 volt
RV pump at the shed. The battery is in the shower stall to run the pump. This gives you adequate water pressure.