Former Coast Guard Fog Signal Station for sale
Manana Island — On behalf of the United States Coast Guard, the General Services Administration is currently marketing the sale of the former Coast Guard Fog Signal Station on Manana Island.
This station was established in 1855 and is on an island found 10 miles southwest of Port Clyde on Muscongus Bay. Monhegan Island is located about one-half mile nautical east of Manana Island.
The property is for sale to the public and GSA is seeking assistance in identifying potential buyers that may have an interest in this historic property. The building included are the two-story keeper's dwelling, signal building, pump house and foundations from other structures that have been removed.
The U.S. Coast Guard will continue to own and maintain the fog signal aid to navigation at the site and supporting-equipment building.
GSA has been in contact with Kirk F. Mahoney, deputy state historic preservation officer of the Maine Historic Preservation Commission in this effort and has agreed on historic covenant which will be included in the sale.
For more information, interested bidders can visit propertydisposal.gsa.gov or contact Barbara J. Salfity, GSA branch chief at 617-565-5696 or firstname.lastname@example.org.