Everything on the island will stay. That includes two cottages, storage shed, generator shed, three piers, as well as lawn equipment and furniture.
“Everything that is currently on the island will stay on the island, including the grill, Adirondack
chairs, riding lawn mower and other lawn equipment, swing, hammock, row boat, cottage furniture
and furnishings to name a few," said listing agent, Rachel Houselander.
Here's an aerial view of the island:
A local historian says it's rumored that Wilsons Island was purchased from Native Americans in the mid-1800s in exchange for a jackknife.
For more information on the listing click here or call Rachel Houselander at 414-736-9983.