You should buy a Maine island with a lighthouse for $400K

A one-room cottage with out working water and a composting rest room within the base of an ornamental lighthouse put this island getaway in Canton within the highlight on Zillow Gone Wild, which posted the weird residence Thursday on Instagram.

Native resident Charles Ray constructed the lighthouse and cottage in 1937, assembling sufficient native area stone to create a man-made island in a shallow space of Anasagunticook Lake, mentioned actual property agent Rebecca LaBrie of Meservier & Associates in Auburn, which is dealing with the sale.

The house is a couple of 40-minute drive north of Lewiston. The 480-square-foot cottage, lighthouse and small slice of close by shoreland is promoting for $400,000, down $25,000 from when it was first listed in late Could.