This 28-room Scottish-inspired castle in the Thousand Islands was built between 1900 and 1905. It was occupied by the Frederic Bourne family. Frederic was the fifth CEO of Singer Sewing Machine Company. The castle includes a five-story clock tower, four-story boat house, heated squash court, pergola and rose garden, as well as hidden passageways into almost every room and outbuilding. Located on a seven-acre island in the St. Lawrence River. Perfect setting for weddings. One bedroom suite available for visitors to stay overnight. A Path Through History attraction.