Osoyoos Townhome Rental Photos and Description
Luxurious waterfront townhouse complex located across the street from Lake Osoyoos. Two bedrooms plus a den, with bunk beds (sleeps 7 comfortably), 2.5 bathrooms. Full kitchen, granite countertops, fully furnished, hardwood floors, wine cooler, all the amenities of home, plus more! What else could you possibly dream of? Located minutes from executive and public golf courses. The wineries are also minutes away! Do some fabulous tastings and stock up for your fall and Christmas parties or unwind with a superb bottle of a cold white wine on the sunlit patio. Enjoy the warm pool and spend evenings in the hot tub soaking away your troubles!
Snowbirds? Something for you, too! Many of the wineries are staying open all year long!!! Do you like to ski? Mt. Baldy is about 45 minutes away. The snow is fabulous and they have just installed a high speed quad chair! Can’t miss this unbelievable chance!
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Arlene Shevolup
My Husband and I live in Maple Ridge where he is an active realtor and I am contently retired after having taught elementary school for 33 years. I am doing volunteer work now at our local Hospice and am finding it extremely rewarding. We are very lucky in that our parents were in the armed forces, Mark's in the Canadian Army and mine in the United States Navy, so we have the experience of living in several different places. Mark lived in Calgary, Victoria, Montreal, Germany, Burnaby, Hudsons Hope, Fort St. John and Maple Ridge. I probably forgot a few. I lived in North Carolina, New York, Japan, Bremerton, Tacoma, Spokane, several places around BC and finally in Maple Ridge. We have done many wide and varied jobs from mill worker to fine jewelry salesperson to bartender to small parcel deliverer. We were both teachers. Mark was at one time the District Principal of Special Services in Fort St. John then moved to Maple Ridge to take a job as a resource teacher. From there he became the head of the District Behaviour Team. Now he is a realtor, so I guess you could say he now deal with 'some' adult behaviour problem - note, I said just some. Most people he works with are absolutely delightful! As I said, I was an elementary teacher for 33 years, teaching everything from kindergarten to grade 7, fine arts prep, computers, library, ESL, Language Enhancement and much more. We have four fabulous kids and four incredible grandchildren!!! Now we have a quiet house. We have a ten year old cat named Squeak, who doesn't meow, she squeaks. We also have a Lab/Husky that we adopted from the SPCA, named 'Doug'. Mark wanted to have 'Beware of Doug' signs made up. As you can see, laughter is a BIG part of our home and we hope that is will be a part of your stay at our townhouse! Sit back, relax, maybe even over a special glass of wine that you pick up from a day of wine touring! Salut!
Arlene Shevolup purchased this townhome in 2004
Why Arlene Shevolup chose Osoyoos
I was there years ago with my father, his wife and my kids when they were very young. Osoyoos just had a certain feel to it. It's hard to describe but it almost felt like it was inviting you to return. It had a warmth to it and I don't mean the air temperature. It just felt cozy and comfortable. Every time I go there I just have this feeling like I can let down and relax.
What makes this townhome unique
Osoyoos was established as a customs point on the Canada-US border. It is a town of many faces. Its location is on Osoyoos Lake and is surrounded by grasslands, highlands and mountains.
People come to Osoyoos for water activities, golf, hiking and cycling in summer and downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. They also come for wine tasting and dining, to learn about the endangered desert ecology and the Okanagan First Nations.