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385 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1008
New York, NY 10016

Phone: (212) 213-6435
Fax (212) 213-8252

Sylvia Delvaille Jones, Founder


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Canada, Ontario, Thousand Islands ~ 6 Bedrooms ~ 6 Bathrooms ~ Sleeps 8 to 12

Property Specs

8 BD / 8 BA / 5 Half BA

13,975  sq. ft. (main) & 5,761 sq. ft. (guest)

Lot Size: +15 acres (point lot)

Water Frontage: +1,600 linear ft.

Deep-Water Dockage: +300 ft.



Hawksbill Estate is a blend of Old World elegance and modern amenities, situated on one of the most desirable parcels of real estate within the Thousands Islands. With more than 15 acres of land and a point lot location in Bucks Bay (known for its deep and tranquil water), the estate presents a rare opportunity to own a true, luxury compound on the water!


Hawksbill consists of a magnificent main residence and a separate guesthouse. The main residence offers more than 13,900 interior sq. ft., with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 5 half baths on three living levels, while the guesthouse adds an additional 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths, along with three large garage bays for large automobiles, boats, and other toys.


Upon passing through the Property’s private gates, one enters a world of gentle waterfalls and landscaping features that tastefully accent the natural grounds. Ample foliage and tree cover offers added privacy.


With more than 1,600 linear feet of total water frontage, 301 feet of steel-framed, concrete dockage in deep-water Bucks Bay, a boathouse, and multiple boatlifts, there is plenty of room to accommodate a large and varied collection of watercraft.


Interiors of the estate are impeccably finished, with fine woods, stone, and marble located throughout three floors of luxurious living spaces.


Outdoor living areas are also impressive, and feature a heated pool and spa with rock waterfall, large pool deck and paved patio, two levels of covered terraces, a fire pit, summer kitchen, and a cleared area ideal for a tennis court, putting green, or private helicopter pad.



Other features include a snowmelt system, LiteTouch® lighting, in-floor heating, security system, home theater, full generator backup system, multiple fireplaces, custom built-ins, and much more.



THOUSAND ISLANDS. The Thousand Islands area is comprised of a collection of 1,864 islands on the Saint Lawrence River. The islands straddle the United States-Canada border, and as such, in many areas of the river, the southern bank is U.S. territory, while the northern bank is part of the province of Ontario, Canada.


The sizes of the “islands” in the Thousands Islands varies widely, with the largest island being more than 40 square miles in size, and the smallest being no more than a small cluster of rocks. (To be considered an “island” within the area, a parcel of land purportedly needs to consist of at least one square foot that stays above the river’s water level year-round, and that can support at least two living trees).


Although it’s now considered one of the “best kept secrets” of both upper New York and lower Ontario, the Thousand Islands area was once a popular summer vacation and resort region in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, for prominent families from cities such as New York, Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Cleveland. In fact, many vacation homes built by these prominent families remain in the Islands today, now serving as historical sites. The Boldt Castle, built in 1900 as a summer home for hotel mogul George C. Boldt (who owned NYC’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel), is one such historical site. The castle is now one of the area’s most popular tourist attractions.


The Thousand Islands lifestyle has always been centered on boating and waterfront activities. Although chilly in the winter months, the Islands become a boater’s paradise in the late spring, summer, and early fall, with pleasure cruising, water skiing, and fishing being popular past times. In fact, with the overwhelming majority of Thousand Islands homes, restaurants, and commercial venues being located on or within very close proximity to the water, many residents and visitors remark that they are able to keep their car in the garage and exclusively travel by boat during their time in the Islands.


There are also more than 30 public golf courses in the Thousand Islands, catering to all skill levels. Those seeking more “action” indoors will also appreciate the Thousand Islands Charity Casino, with 450 slot machines and 18 gaming tables.



1000 ISLANDS PARKWAY. The 1000 Islands Parkway is one of the many communities within the Thousand Islands. (Not to be confused with the actual roadway that bears the same name and runs along the Canadian side of the Saint Lawrence River). Arriving to the Parkway community is relatively easy, as the 4,500-foot Thousand Islands International Bridge – which connects Canada and the U.S. – is located immediately adjacent to the area.


Views of the river are especially beautiful from within the 1000 Islands Parkway community, and there are plenty of venues to enjoy the area’s great outdoors, such as paved bike paths, the Gardens of Landon Bay, and the parks at Mallorytown Landing and Brown’s Bay.


The Parkway’s hamlets of Ivy Lea and Rockport offer boaters various venues for a good time on the water’s edge, such as a number of convenient and fun stops for “docking and dining.” The area’s waters are also ideal for scuba diving and recreational swimming.

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