Upstate NY Prohibition Era Hideout Whiskey Island for Sale [PHOTO]
It has the name "Whiskey" and it's a private island? Sign me up! There's just a small problem with the funds but just imagine being able to spend time here over the summer!
Whiskey Island is called that because it's a place during Prohibition that was a main "drop and run" point so rum runners could smuggle liquor across the border between the United States and Canada, according to New York Upstate.
The private island is for sale for $2.4 million and is one of the oldest cottages on Thousand Islands. It's previously been featured on HGTV's "Island Hunters" and you can only access the space by boat or airplane.
It has a boat house with a side house and can accommodate a 70' yacht on the outside dock (obviously if you can afford this place, you probably have a yacht too, right?). The house itself was built in 1875 and has 8 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 5 porches, and a commercial kitchen. It all can be yours for a monthly mortgage of around $9,785! The house/island has it's website if you're interested. Since I told you about though, you're more than welcome to invite me over and I'll even bring my own whiskey!