The only thing better than a unique vacation spot is a historical vacation spot, and you get both with this 1926 Caboose Tiny House getaway in North Carolina!
The real train caboose has been transformed into a tiny home, complete with a living room, queen-sized bed, and kitchenette with a dishwasher!
But what really seals the deal is the attached bathroom “depot” which is larger than the caboose itself! Talk about luxury. The attached porch has plenty of seating so you can relax and take in the gorgeous, very private, views. Thanks to The Hive Drive Bus for sending us pictures and a video tour of their stay at the caboose!
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1927 Caboose Cabin in North Carolina
Love the red paint on this wooden caboose!
Wow! Look at the beautiful woodwork in here.
Comfortable couch sitting area.
The fridge even came stocked with some local craft brews.
Memory foam mattress on this queen-sized bed.
Check out the bathroom depot! Woah!
Double vanity and separate toilet room.
The outdoor living space is so tranquil.
I’m sold! Take me, please.
VIDEO: Train Car Tiny Home Tour
VIDEO: Railway Train Car Transformed in a Tiny House
- 1926 Caboose
- Sitting on 1920s train tracks
- Set in the mountains
- Waterfall outside
- Kitchen — toaster oven, fridge stocked with local brews, dishwasher, sink
- Dining area
- High ceilings
- Queen-sized memory foam mattress
- Bathrobe and slippers in the wardrobe
- Separate toilet room
- Double vanity
- Giant walk-in shower with two shower heads
- Additional outdoor shower
- Covered porch with seating
- Porch swing
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This looks like it would be a fun trip!
I agree! I want to go.
It is spelled “WHOA,” not woah.
Learn something new every day!
Amen and Thank You! One of my pet-peeves! lol…. And from a “journalist” yet. I’m not so surprised to see it on IG or FB from my many non-native American-English speaking friends, but… “Whoa” as in “Whoa, Nellie.” Yes, the horse. It’s “whoa, horsie!” Am I really that old or are young people really just that untaught? I hope, Cate, you are a younger person – it gives me hope… 😉
This looks great! What a nice re-purposing of a caboose. I love the tracks underneath as well. Awesome bathroom.