New roof was professionally engineered in 2004,. and New soffits all round, including covered deck.
New sliding patio door in the dining area.
Both windows in the family room are new.
All the bathrooms have new flooring throughout the house including new fixtures, and fittings.
Carpeting in the basement and two main floor bedrooms, and laminate flooring
on the main floor were installed in 2005.
Exterior siding and trim was painted in 2004.
All interior walls have been painted or papered within the last year.
Kitchen has been completely replaced. All new cabinets and counter tops in
2006. New refrigerator, stove and dishwasher in 2003 and new extractor fan in
2006. New "Flexitic" floor covering in 2006. New suspended ceiling with Armstrong tiles.
New window coverings throughout.
Access from the Lac Le Jeune road is flat and level with ample parking out back.
There is parking along side the old shed, with access to the side yard down to the front
of the home. The lot is .50 acre in size with 110' of grassy level lake frontage with only a
few steps down to the lake edge. The depth on each side is approx. 226' in depth.
The road frontage on Lac Le Jeune road is approx. 110' wide.
2006 gross property taxes are $2,229.00
Zoning is AF - 1
Log built, enclosed storage shed with two covered wings for wood storage, snow
mobile garaging etc. Cozy fire pit overlooking the lake. Lots of room for parking an RV
and additional vehicles to the side of the property.
Barn/garage 20' x 12' approx. (Needs work) Dirt floor.
Lac Le Jeune Stats
Situated on the Nicola Plateau, part of the Interior Plateau physiographic region,
Lac Le Jeune is surrounded by hilly terrain, with mix of spruce, douglas fire and pine.
Lac Le Jeune lake has a speed restriction of 20km/h on the lake and its tributaries.
Lac Le Jeune has a maximum depth of 88 feet and a mean depth of 32 feet.
The elevation of Lac Le Jeune is 4,177 feet.
The lake is stocked with rainbow trout.
Lac Le Jeune also has a large, beautiful Provincial campsite with beach and swimming
area, picnic area, with campsites with running water, barbeque pits, showers and boat
Lac Le Jeune was one of the practice lakes for the 1993 World Fly Fishing Championships
held in Kamloops. Lac Le Jeune lake offers an excellent rainbow fishery, up to 3-4 pounds.
Trolling, spinning gear are the most popular methods used here, however, the numerous
shoals around the lake harbor much insect life, and fly fishers do very well throughout the season.
I have fly fished Lac Le Jeune lake for many years including the smaller lake and the fishery is one
of the best around Kamloops.
Fishing & Hunting
Moose and deer are plentiful in the surrounding region. (especially deer)
Lac Le Jeune is in the heart of many dozens of fishing lakes including many 4 x 4
and walk-in lakes, that provide an excellent fishing experience.
Some of the more popular lakes in the area are;
Paska, Face, Big Wyse, Little Wyse, Durrand, Duffy, Diary Lakes, Fred, Rosemore, Little Forgmore,
Big Frogmore, Jacko, McConnell, Stake, Lodgepole, Surrey, Sussex. Bob, Mildred, Harold, Ridge Lakes, Gump, Mamitt, Logan Lake, Tunkwa and Leighton Lake. Fred and Ross-Moore are small lakes located
about 3 miles to the east of Lac Le Jeune and can be accessed by taking a rough dirt 4 x 4 road on the north side of the Lac Le Jeune. Fishing can be excellent on both lakes with 4 to 5 lb. rainbows taken regularly.
Maintained paved year round roads to your driveway, along with hydro and power services.
Sewage disposal system to side of home. School bus pickup is at the Lac Le Jeune main road.
The shallow well is approx. 12' deep, and is located at the lake edge. Water has a state of the
art treatment center in the basement, comprising of
a) Iron removal system
b) Odor remover
c) Water softener
d) UV cleansing system
e) Reverse Osmosis system in the kitchen for drinking water
f) New well pump
All installed in fall of 2003.
Location & showings
Appointments are strictly through Bob Dirks@ Premier Canadian
Properties @ 1-866 - 765 - 0579 or local 765 - 0570
Driving time from
- Vancouver to Lac Le Jeune is approx. 4 hrs.
- Merritt to Lac Le Jeune is approx. 20 minutes.
- Kamloops to Lac Le Jeune is approx. 20 minutes.
- Fraser Valley to Lac Le Jeune is approx. 3 1/2 hrs.
- Kelowna to Lac Le Jeune is 2 hours.
- Vernon to Lac Le Jeune is 2 hours.