Government selling off spectacular lighthouses for as little as $1 - but highest bidders must refurb
The U.S. government is selling off scores of aging but spectacular lighthouses.
Often perched on rocky cliffs or out to sea on remote islands, the structures are being flogged for pennies in the dollar to history buffs or nautical enthusiasts - though the sale comes with a catch.
The National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act of 2000 means the brave souls who purchase the awe-inspiring, antiquated lighthouses have to refurbish them, no matter how remote their location.
Yes, it’s the “Daily Fail” but the lighthouses are beautiful!