What better way to start off the week than with the sale of a historic lighthouse? That’s right, going up for auction in just a few weeks is Minot’s Ledge Lighthouse located off Scituate and Cohasset beaches in Massachusetts. Often referred to as the “I Love You” lighthouse due to it’s unique 1-4-3 flashing beacon, this lighthouse is the perfect retreat for fishing enthusiasts, avid divers who enjoy exploring local shipwrecks, and anyone else who’s a lover of lighthouses. Having endured over 150 years of New England weather, this lighthouse measures 114 feet tall and is built with interlocking grey granite blocks and features a 25 ft rocky outcropping measuring approximately .1 acre. The starting bid for this lighthouse will begin at just $10,000, so if you’d like to learn more about it then simply click here to activate your free trial account.
Let’s kick off this Wednesday’s edition of auction deals off with this formerly used USFS Ranger Station located in Plymouth, NH. The property consists of an office building/house, a 3 bay garage, and a shed totaling approximately 7,713 square feet, which sits on a 0.70 acre plot of land. The inside of the station basically resembles that of a gutted home but has the solid foundation to be turned into a great place to live with some handiwork. The property is also located in a quiet neighborhood and is situated near places of commerce. The price for this home starts at just $1 and currently has about 27 days remaining. If you’d like to find out more about it about how to bid, then simply click here to activate your 3 day free trial.
Check out this next auction deal on a 2012 Scott Built Mobile Home now up for online auction. This travel trailer measures 64 feet long, has a wind zone of 2, and features 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a kitchen area, and a living room. The home appears to be in good condition both inside and out and has no obvious damage. All potential bidders are strongly encouraged to preview this travel trailer in person prior to bidding. The winning bidder will also be solely responsible for the trailer’s removal, so keep that in mind. The current asking price for it is just $3,100 with 4 online bids already placed. This auction will be ending in approximately 3 days, 18 hours, and 37 minutes so if you’d like to learn more about it then simply click here to activate your 3 day free trial account. Don’t delay — act now!
Let’s kick today’s government auction deals off with a rare real estate deal you just don’t see everyday. Now up for online bid is this formerly used Customs and Immigration administration building. That’s right, you can actually own a piece of Federal property! Heavily influenced by Colonial Revival and Georgian design, this two story office building has a truncated hipped roof and features a concrete foundation and English Bond brick cladding. The property additionally has a one story rectangular garage affixed to both sides of the building. Located in rural Noyes, Minnesota, the current asking price for this building is just $20,000 with 3 bids already placed. This auction will be ending in just a few weeks so if you’d like to learn more about it and how to preview it in person prior to bidding, then simply click here to activate your 3 day free trial account.
Want to own a landmark that’s in the National Registry of Historic Places? Well believe it or not, now you can! The Boon Island Light Station is now currently available for online auction and is awaiting your bid! Located on a small islet off the southern coast of York, Maine, this lighthouse was originally constructed way back in 1855. The 133 foot tower has a tapered design and is constructed from ashlar granite that’s punctuated by two vertical rows of seven windows. Inside the tower you’ll find a circular stairway that leads all the way up to a door at the parapet. There is also a small shed located on the property which was probably once used as a boathouse, but today sits in ruins. The islet is situated 14 feet above sea level and is quite close to the mainland. The current asking price for this auction is just $5,000 with no bids as of yet! That’s a small price to pay for something as awesome as this. If you’d like to learn more about it, then all you have to do is click here to activate your 3 day free trial account!
Check out this next government auction for a recently declared surplus Textron E-Z-Go Cart, model PC-954. This 5 passenger electric golf cart comes with a cargo-bed area with side boards and also sports a full canopy to protect you when it rains. This vehicle has a direct drive transmission with a maximum speed of 12 miles per hour and a 36 volt DC battery with on board charging system. The operating weight of this vehicle is just 1,290 lbs and it has a weight capacity of 2000 lbs. The cart appears to be in good condition but may need a battery change due to slow operation even at full battery capacity. It is strongly recommended that you thoroughly inspect this vehicle in person prior to bidding on it. The current price for it is just $1,098 with 6 online bids already placed. This auction will be ending in exactly 1 day, 3 hours, and 26 minutes so hurry up and click here to begin your 3 day free trial!
Check out this next deal now currently up online auction. It’s for a Volvo Penta Inflatable boat. She needs a bit of work, but with some tinkering here and some patching there, she can be back to tip top shape once again. The only deficiencies that we know of are:a missing data plate, under-inflated rubber sides, several missing gauges, and a few lose electrical wires. If you’re looking for a boat that needs a bit of work, but could end up turning out to be incredibly reliable, then this is definitely a boat worth considering. The current asking price for this Volvo Penta inflatable boat is just $797 with 5 online bids already placed. If you you’d like to find out more about this surplus boat or others just like it, then all you have to do is click here now in order to activate your free trial account. Don’t delay though, this auction will be ending in exactly 3 days, 4 hours, and 47 minutes.
Going up for online auction in just a few short weeks is something you just don’t see everyday. The auction is for the Butler Flats Lighthouse, located in the New Bedford Channel at the mouth of the Acushnet River in Bristol County, Massachusetts. Capable of being reached only by boat, this lighthouse was originally designed by Francis Hopkinson Smith and constructed in 1898. It consists of a 53 foot high brick and cast iron sparkplug-style tower that sits upon a caisson foundation. Once inside, you’ll find four level sand two watch decks, as well as a basement and three floors of living space (1091 square feet of living space in total) that are approximately 37 feet in diameter with a 15 foot head clearance. You probably don’t know this, but this famous lighthouse is even listed in the National Register of Historic Places! To find out more about this upcoming auction, we strongly recommend you click here in order to activate your 3 day free trial account.
Take a peak and this next auction bargain for a 2006 Destiny mobile home, model A643-144. This 5 axle home measures 14 feet x 64 feet, and has a wind zone of 3. Inside you’ll find 3 nice sized bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, and living room area. This home also has air conditioning and heating. There is some internal and external damage, so this home definitely need s a bit of work. Damage includes but is not limited to: missing exterior trim, wallpaper tears, small holes in exterior siding, loose gutter trim, 2 bad tires, and stained windows. Sure it may need some work, but if you’re a handyman then this shouldn’t be a problem. The current price for this travel trailer is just $600 (reserve not met) with 3 online bids already placed. To find out more about this auction ending in exactly 5 days, 1 hour, and 50 minutes, simply click here to begin your 3 day free trial.
Now currently up for online bid is something you don’t see very often. This auction is for a post office. That’s right, one entire post office building. This building is actually no longer in use and has been declared surplus by the state of South Dakota. Located in Yankton County, SD, this vacant office building consists of 13,065 square feet of space with an addition 7,134 square feet of partial basement. Situated on .45 acres of land, this building was constructed between 1904 and 1905. Once inside, you’ll find two main floors and the basement has a few finished offices as well, but was primarily used as the location of the hot water boiler and electrical panels. This building has the potential to be turned into something majestic. What that is, we aren’t sure, but at $75,000 this looks like a steal to us. AN open house for this property will be held on August 14th, so if you’d like to find out more, simply click here to activate your 3 day free trial account now!