Look at this amazing historic spread in the 1000 Islands region of New York.
Let’s pretend we are millionaires who are considering buying this place!
Priced at $1,950,000, this gorgeous property is located on a small island near Clayton, New York.
With 10 bedrooms, and 4 bathrooms in 6,421 square feet, this would be our second home – because we’re really rich!
The well-groomed natural island is 1.3 acres with a huge main house and an extravagant boat house.
This could be our summer home where all our friends and family come to stay for some fun and R&R. But they need to have a boat, because it is an island, after all.
Wow, this place has been impeccably maintained!
Could you picture warm summer evenings around the firepit, watching the sun set over the blue, blue water?
Let’s tour the inside!
Built in 1895, this home is so exciting to walk through with all of its historic charms.
Amazing hardwood floors and unpainted woodwork throughout, fireplaces galore and so, so many places to sit and relax in a richly gorgeous environment.
And check out the original wood spiral staircase leading to a balcony with river wall mural:
Wow, wow, WOW!
Another huge bonus: 4 elegant enclosed porch rooms to enjoy the spectacular water views!
What a paradise!
House Crazy Sarah could see herself owning this place and living here all summer long.
Look at this stunning nook:
This place is just built for entertaining.
Check out the bedrooms…
Feel that breeze off the water!
Check out this cute bathroom with a nautical mirror and clawfoot tub:
Let’s offer over asking price and tell the sellers to throw in all the furniture!
That mural is spectacular.
Back outside, check out the amazing boathouse with protected deep-water dockage and an extra boat port.
Isn’t it amazing?
This place is a water-loving, old house enthusiast’s dream home!
Come on! Let’s put in our offer!
Love old houses, but to have those views to wake up to? I wish they would take monopoly money!!
Totally agree Terri!
What is that area to the right of the main entrance on the side where the boathouses are? Looks like small units in a row or something.
I’m not sure Judy….. but I do wonder how it survives the winter ice!