Photo by Lighthouse friends via realestatesales.com.
Hey, Nicole Curtis
, we have an interesting rehab project for you. A two-story island lighthouse residence on the Manitou Passage in Leland, Michigan is being auctioned off to the highest bidder and although the opening bid was set at $25,000 the only offer currently on the table is for 10 grand.
The property needs a
lot of TLC, starting with a good power washing and ending with the replacement of just about everything inside the residence.
Does the place look creepy? Yes, it looks creepy as hell
, but we're sure some advantageous home remodelers *eh hem, Nicole, eh hem* could make the North Manitou Shoal Light the most badass place to live in Michigan.
If you're interesting in purchasing the lighthouse, there will be a site visit on Tuesday, August 30 at 8 a.m., but you can only come if you're a registered bidder who's already paid the $10,000 deposit. Visitors are required to bring throwaway shoes (that's not a good sign), disposable gloves, flashlights, water, and a camera. Visitors will also be required to sign a liability waiver (another bad sign).