Braddock Point Bed & Breakfast
The lantern and lens for the lighthouse came from the Cleveland Light, demolished in 1895. The lighthouse tower, originally 97 feet tall, was damaged by storms and vandals until, in 1954, the Coast Guard took down the upper two thirds of the tower. It was sold into private hands, and a new faux lantern was eventually added. As of 2016 the lighthouse is For Sale for $1.5 million.
Tower Height: 40
Description of Tower: Truncated octagonal brick tower.
This light is operational
1896 2.5 story brick Victorian keeper's house, carriage house.
Date Established: 1896
Date Present Tower Built: 1896
Date Deactivated: 1954
Current Use: Private aid to navigation.
Open To Public? Yes.
Take the Lighthouse Road exit from the Lake Ontario State Parkway; go north on Lighthouse Road (toward the lake). Just before you reach the dead end, turn right on Clearview Ave. The light will be on the left-hand side of the road. (Thanks to Bill Edwards.) Keep in mind that the lighthouse is a private residence; do not enter the property.