Grindstone island is the 4th largest of the Thousand Islands in the St. lawrence river. The island contains Potters beach, a private vineyard owned by the Purcell family, 4 active beef farms, island trails plus 40% of the island has protected...
Grindstone island is the 4th largest of the Thousand Islands in the St. lawrence river. The island contains Potters beach, a private vineyard owned by the Purcell family, 4 active beef farms, island trails plus 40% of the island has protected lands under conservation easements through the Thousand Island Land Trust. Lumber & granite quarries were important to the early economy and later cheese production. The Grindstone Island Upper Schoolhouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. To be a resident of Grindstone is to join a community of "islanders" who treasure the nature, views and the "river."This lovely property does have a cabin that can "house" you while you build your forever summer home. A new access road has been established and there are numerous outbuilding which a new owner may choose to keep or they can be removed.
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