Three Historic Michigan Lighthouses Are Up for Sale to Specific Buyers

For sale: three working Michigan lighthouses. Buyers must be non-profit organizations that will maintain the historic structures and keep the lights on. General Services Administration, the agency that among other tasks manages much of the federal government's property, said on Friday it was looking to dispose of the "excess government real estate assets." Up for sale are the Gravelly Shoal Light in Saginaw Bay in Lake Huron; the Spectacle Reef Light, also in Lake Huron; and the Isle Aux Galets Light Station, commonly known as the Skilligalee, 7 miles offshore from Cross Village in Lake Michigan.