The Carleton Villa on Carleton Island in the Thousand Islands archipelago of New York. Built in 1894 for William O. Wyckoff, whose massive fortune was derived from the Remington arms and typewriter company. The villa has been abandoned for over 60 years.
The tower is outstanding on this Victorian house with elements of Stick Style (no gingerbread trim), French Empire (mansard roof), Richardson Romanesque (stone decorative edging) and Gothic (tall narrow windows).
Old water towers are so interesting. (Abandoned water tower in the Polish village of Lubne, Lesko County. It serviced the village until the when it was converted into a home. It's been abandoned for many years now.