Converted train house hits the market for $1.2million in NSW

Vintage train is converted into a quirky holiday home just three hours from Sydneyand it can be yours for $1.2million

  • Train converted into a house three hours from Sydney hits market for $1.2million
  • Four-bedroom home is surrounded by bushland in Currowan on the south coast
  • Quirky dwelling has three bathrooms, a workshop, large dining area and kitchen
  • Two large steel carriages bought at public auction still retain its original features
  • A vintage train that has been converted into a liveable house has hit the market for a staggering $1.2million.

    The unique four-bedroom residence is nestled in bushland in Currowan on the NSW south coast, about a three-hour drive from Sydney.

    The main area of the house has been built around two large steel train carriages remodelled to provide several eccentric living spaces.

    Two large steel train carriages (op die foto) have been converted into a four-bedroom home in Currowan on the NSW south coast, just a three hour drive from Sydney

    Two large steel train carriages (op die foto) have been converted into a four-bedroom home in Currowan on the NSW south coast, just a three hour drive from Sydney

    Remnants of the train’s previous use can still be seen throughout the dwelling, including strap handles mounted on the ceiling and the original windows.

    The 200sqm home sits upon a 16.9 hectare block only 800m from the freshwater Currowan Creek and comes with a herd of resident mountain goats.

    ‘There are pools to kayak on, swim in during the summer or catch the elusive Australian Bass, you may even catch a glimpse of a platypus working the pond for its breakfast,’ the property listing reads.

    ‘The sound of the water running over the river boulders gives a pleasant backdrop to the private views offered from the home.

    The quirky residence has retained original features from the train's previous use including strap handles on the ceiling (op die foto) and original windows

    The quirky residence has retained original features from the train’s previous use including strap handles on the ceiling (op die foto) and original windows

    LJ Hooker selling agent Rob Routledge said the steel carriages had been bought at a public auction in 2001 and transported to the bushland in a semi-trailer.

    ‘The sellers spent the best part of the next two years building a home out of it. It was an ongoing labour of love for them,’ hy het vertel Allhomes.

    The quirky residence features four bedrooms, a workshop, a lounge, n kombuis, a large dining area and three bathrooms.

    Only a stones throw from the main dwelling stands a large shed and a carport which can also be viewed from the home’s large wraparound verandah.

    The unique build features four bedrooms, a workshop (op die foto), a lounge, n kombuis, a large dining area and three bathrooms

    The unique build features four bedrooms, a workshop (op die foto), a lounge, n kombuis, a large dining area and three bathrooms

    Mr Routledge said there had been no real inspiration for the train home besides the sellers wanting something different.

    ‘They saw it as a cost-effective way to build something on a big block of land, and it actually got bigger as it went along,’ hy het gesê.

    The agent said the sellers had put the unique build on the market in an effort to downsize and move north to Queensland.

    While the main residence is not council approved potential buyers can use the property as a farm stay or rent to others on Airbnb.

    The large dining area (op die foto) has been connected by a roof that links the two train carriages

    The large dining area (op die foto) has been connected by a roof that links the two train carriages

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