Crossover Island with its delightful little lighthouse (built in 1848) gets its name from its proximity to the point where ships cross from the Canadian to the American channel of the St. Lawrence River. Today, the light has been replaced by a nearby skeleton light, and is a private residence since 1960. The historic and famous lighthouse, three bedroom keeper's house, an icehouse, a boathouse and other buildings have all been carefully preserved by the owners.
The Main house has also a dining & living room, bath and a full walk-out-basement. This unique island is surrounded by crystal clear water and beautiful views. The property also includes a mainland dock.