Lighthouses have always held a special place in the hearts of New Englanders. They stand tall as beacons of light and symbols of maritime history. Their captivating charm and timeless beauty make them truly unique. Now close your eyes and imagine owning one of these remarkable structures!

Did you close your eyes? Did you picture what it would be like going to the bed to the sound of the crashing waves? And waking up to the morning sun hitting your face as you drink a cup of coffee on the front lawn in front of YOUR LIGHTHOUSE? You might have to buy a boat to get to one, but that’s the least of your worries!

Right now, you have the rare chance to own a lighthouse either for a price or completely for free, as long as you meet the requirements. If you’re part of a federal, state, or local government agency, or a nonprofit, educational organization, or community development organization, you’re eligible for the free lighthouse giveaway. Yes, I said FREE! To apply, you will need to fill out these forms and follow the prompts to the application.

If a new owner is not found, the lighthouse is offered for competitive bidding at auction. Previous lighthouses have sold anywhere from $10,000 to $1mil.

I’m serious, how amazing would it be to own your own lighthouse? It’s the perfect Airbnb rental property. It’s the perfect escape place for painters. “I own a lighthouse,” is the perfect conversation-starter at a party!

These Lighthouses Could Be Yours…For FREE!

  • Lynde Point Lighthouse, Old Saybrook, Connecticut

    The Lynde Point Lighthouse in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. This lighthouse offers breathtaking views of the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound.

    Lynde Point (Saybrook Inner) Lighthouse

    Lynde Point (Saybrook Inner) Lighthouse, Connecticut Lighthouses, photographs, pictures, history, location, visitor information, maps, description, hotels,

  • Nobska Lighthouse, Falmouth (Woods Hole), Massachusetts

    Nobska Lighthouse in Falmouth, Massachusetts is another one that could be yours! If you owned this lighthouse you would have a front-row seat to the beauty of Cape Cod, overlooking Vineyard Sound.

    Friends of Nobska Light

    As the trees bloom and flowers peak from the chilly ground the team at Nobska gather to complete the checklist of items needed to open this season. Behind the red doors crews are busy painting, finishing floors, installing tile, completing millwork and developing a museum design.

  • Plymouth/Gurnet Lighthouse, Plymouth, Massachusetts

    The Plymouth/Gurnet Lighthouse in Plymouth, Massachusetts, boasts a rich history dating back to 1768, making it a true gem of the region.

    Plymouth (Gurnet) Lighthouse

    Plymouth, Massachusetts

  • Warwick Neck Light, Warwick, Rhode Island

    Warwick Neck Light in Rhode Island offers panoramic views of Narragansett Bay.

    Warwick Lighthouse

    Warwick Lighthouse, Rhode Island Lighthouses, photographs, pictures, history, location, visitor information, maps, description, hotels,

  • Little Mark Island and Monument, Harpswell, Maine

    Little Mark Island Monument in Harpswell, Maine provide a secluded and serene setting. Needs a boat to get there, but perfect excuse to escape to your own private island lighthouse!

    Little Mark Island Monument

    Thanks to Kraig Anderson for supplying this photo of the Little Mark Island Monument in Casco Bay, Maine. The photo was taken in October 2003. Kraig is the webmaster of Lighthouse Friends, a wonderful site with photos and accounts of lighthouses throughout the U.S. Photo copyright 2003 Kraig Anderson.

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