In New York, a secret island smugglers were put up for sale A PHOTO
An island on the border of the USA and Canada, which served as a refuge for smugglers in the era of Prohibition of the USA, offered for sale for 2,4 million dollars.
On "Island of whiskey" area 3,1 acres (1,3 hectares) on the St. Lawrence River in Clayton, New York, is an eight-bedroom house, writes Daily Mail.
You can reach the island only by boat or seaplane. The buyer will gain control of the house with 8 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, commercial-class library and kitchen, as well as a cottage with two bedrooms and a hangar for boats with rooms above it.
The island also has a mooring space for an 70-foot yacht and has excellent sailing conditions.
Originally known as Coral Island and located on the Thousand Islands on the Canadian border in upstate New York, it was called “Whiskey Islands” because the smugglers used it to hide illegal drinks in the 1920s.
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