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Home Converted from an Old TRAIN CAR Comes to Market in Jacksonville, Florida for $305,000

Today, many people live that “van life,” packing all their belongings into a van or RV and calling it home.

But one family can now call an entire train car home for $305,000.

Located in Jacksonville, Florida, the two-bedroom, one-bathroom home has been converted from an actual railroad car—and is parked on an unconnected length of train tracks, requiring stairs and a “platform” to enter.

Chuga chuga choo choo! Today, many people live that “van life,” packing all their belongings into a van or RV and calling it home. But one family can now call an entire train car home for $305,000

Home sweet train! Located in Jacksonville, Florida, the two-bedroom, one-bathroom home has been converted from an actual railroad car—and is parked on an unconnected length of train tracks, requiring stairs and a “platform” to enter.

And that location!  The truly unique piece of real estate is located at 738 E. Adams St., just below the Hart Expressway Bridge, and is listed by Chad And Sandy Real Estate Group

And that location!  The truly unique piece of real estate is located at 738 E. Adams St., just below the Hart Expressway Bridge, and is listed by Chad And Sandy Real Estate Group

And that location! The truly unique piece of real estate is located at 738 E. Adams St., just below the Hart Expressway Bridge, and is listed by Chad And Sandy Real Estate Group

Great to entertain!  Photos show the blue train car with windows on either side, plus stairs to access the front and back doors.  There is a summer kitchen and a covered outdoor terrace with a grill and washing station

Great to entertain!  Photos show the blue train car with windows on either side, plus stairs to access the front and back doors.  There is a summer kitchen and a covered outdoor terrace with a grill and washing station

Great to entertain! Photos show the blue train car with windows on either side, plus stairs to access the front and back doors. There is a summer kitchen and a covered outdoor terrace with a grill and washing station

The truly unique piece of property is located on 738 E Adams St., just below the Hart Expressway Bridge, and is listed by Chad And Sandy Real Estate Group.

Built — or at least converted — in 2006, it measures 880 square feet and includes central air, central heating, and two car parking spaces.

There is also an annual HOA fee of $1,800.

‘A unique and charming hidden gem in the heart of downtown! YOU MUST LOOK INSIDE TO BELIEVE!’ reads the list.

'A unique and charming hidden gem in the heart of downtown!  YOU MUST LOOK INSIDE TO BELIEVE!'  reads the list

'A unique and charming hidden gem in the heart of downtown!  YOU MUST LOOK INSIDE TO BELIEVE!'  reads the list

‘A unique and charming hidden gem in the heart of downtown! YOU MUST LOOK INSIDE TO BELIEVE!’ reads the list

An interesting aesthetic: the interior is painted red and is furnished with almost a dozen chairs in the sitting area

An interesting aesthetic: the interior is painted red and is furnished with almost a dozen chairs in the sitting area

An interesting aesthetic: the interior is painted red and is furnished with almost a dozen chairs in the sitting area

There are also dining tables with seating for eight, plus four TVs supplied with the house

There are also dining tables with seating for eight, plus four TVs supplied with the house

There are also dining tables with seating for eight, plus four TVs supplied with the house

The house retains several recognizable elements of a railway carriage, including the curved ceilings and numerous windows

The house retains several recognizable elements of a railway carriage, including the curved ceilings and numerous windows

The house retains several recognizable elements of a railway carriage, including the curved ceilings and numerous windows

There is also a bar with more seating, possibly left over from the train days

There is also a bar with more seating, possibly left over from the train days

There is also a bar with more seating, possibly left over from the train days

In addition to two bedrooms and a full bathroom, there is a work area, a sitting room, a kitchen with small appliances and a refrigerator, and a storage cupboard.

The agents note that it is in an “ideal location for a great tailgate and pre-game Jaguar game day experience” for fans of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

It is also furnished with four televisions, a summer kitchen and a covered outdoor patio with a grill and laundry station.

Photos show the blue train car with windows on either side, plus stairs to access the front and back doors.

The interior is painted red and furnished with nearly a dozen chairs in the seating area, plus dining tables that seat eight.

The agents note it is in an “ideal location for a great tailgate and pre-game Jaguar game day experience” for fans of the Jacksonville Jaguars

There is a work space, a sitting room, a kitchen with small appliances and a fridge, and a storage cupboard

There is a work space, a sitting room, a kitchen with small appliances and a fridge, and a storage cupboard

There is a work space, a sitting room, a kitchen with small appliances and a fridge, and a storage cupboard

Both bedrooms are quite small, including this one painted green, and each has its own sink

Both bedrooms are quite small, including this one painted green, and each has its own sink

Both bedrooms are quite small, including this one painted green, and each has its own sink

The incredibly unique home has been spotlighted on the Instagram account Zillow Gone Wild, where commentators have called it “far from the rails” and “the literal hype train.”

“How the hell is this for residential use?” one wondered, while another said, ‘This is the Airbnb-est Airbnb ever airbnb’d’

There is also a bar with more seating, possibly left over from the train days.

Both bedrooms are quite small but each has its own sink.

The incredibly unique home has been spotlighted on the Instagram account Zillow Gone Wild, where commentators have called it “far from the rails” and “the literal hype train.”

“How the hell is this for residential use?” one wondered.

“This is the Airbnb-est Airbnb ever airbnb’d,” joked another.

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