In the heart of downtown Jacksonville, Fla. is a condominium that takes railroad style to a whole new level. This repurposed train car — made up of steel framing and metal siding — is actually a fully furnished, two-bedroom home. The unusual property type is 880 square feet and includes one full bath, plus central cooling and heat pump-air.
Nestled inside Adams Street Station — a subdivision full of renovated train cars — in Duval County, this home takes advantage of its ground-level, irregular lot. In addition to the interior features, the transformed train car boasts an outside deck with a summer kitchen and a 2-car space. And located at 1738 E Adams St, it’s mere minutes from TIAA Bank Field: the ultimate tailgate stop. Any true Jaguar fan could appreciate this Northeast Florida gem.
Also, for interested families, the nearby schools are John Love Elementary School, Matthew W. Gilbert Middle School and William M. Raines High School.
The train car condo is currently listed for $305,000 by agent Chad Neumann of the Chad and Sandy Real Estate Group. Home Owners Association fees are $1,800 annually.