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But government officials say it is unique and hope they can find an individual or group to take ownership of the historic lighthouse.
Situated eight miles southwest of the entrance to the Cape Cod Canal, the lighthouse is being offered free for the second time in three years by the federal General Services Administration to an eligible party willing to pay for its maintenance.
The United States Coast Guard, which maintains the structure, has deemed it "in excess" of its needs, the GSA said.
I’d snap it up in a heartbeat, except that as a member of the United States Lighthouse Society I’m already responsible for more lighthouses than I can handle.
Read all of Heather Wysocki’s story in the Cape Cod Times.