Napoleon’s Hat. A fixture of the St. Lawrence Seaway is offered for sale for the first time in over 40 years. The original guest house, built in 1897 and remodelled to a modern, two level cottage, flanks the world renowned Napoleon’s Hat, built in 1913. Featured in dozens of publications over the century, including a feature cartoon from The New York Times, this collectable property is truly a unique experience. Not one 90 degree angle in the main lodge exists. Each point to the hat was designed with a hexagonal room comprising the foyer, dining room and kitchen. Large windows on either side of the structure allow the cool river breeze to wash over you night and day and views of the St. Lawrence will lull you into a state of relaxation. A third “boathouse” is actually an additional outbuilding with a Jacob's ladder to the kids' loft, and a large living/entertainment area. Outdoor showers and even a well constructed tree house, sit beside your private, sandy beach.