All aboard this unique converted caboose to discover a great, bright master bedroom

You've heard of converted school buses, and probably even shipping container homes. But a train caboose turned into a house? Probably not! This amazing and creative concept, called The Blue Caboose, has been accepting visitors since 2014. Located in Prince Edward, Canada, the caboose was originally moved from New England. Placed near a dreamy landscape that includes the beach, hiking, and lighthouses, The Blue Caboose is a quaint and fun place to vacation.
This gorgeous, small home sleeps up to four guests and includes a bathroom, kitchen, and a beautifully groomed and maintained landscape. Complete with every amenity, the train is only a few miles from the closest beach, which means clam digging or kayaking during the days and enjoying a romantic beach walk in the evenings.
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As you climb up the custom wooden stairs and enter the cute blue caboose, you'll be amazed at the wooden ceilings, and the adorable red door. The kitchen features full sized appliances as well as cookware. The living room offers a pull-out sofa for additional guests.
Check out the vaulted Cathedral ceilings! These stunning wooden ceilings add visual appeal to the already interesting and charming caboose.
The master suite is the jewel of this caboose and definitely inspires a loud whistle! Equipped with a deluxe queen bed, wooden walls, and its own bathroom, the suite is a cozy place to spend the night.
Welcoming and comfortable, the bedroom offers nightstands on either side of the bed and plenty of windows that bathe the blue-themed room in sunshine.
Imagine waking up to this gorgeous sunshine every morning! The master bedroom door leads directly to the outside deck and patio.
The master bathroom features a stand-up shower, toilet, and vanity with sink. There's also a full-length mirror.
The exterior of the train is just as pretty as the inside. There's a fire pit along with chairs and tables for enjoying beautiful weather and plenty of surrounding greenery.
Hop over to Point Prim lighthouse, which is 12 miles from the caboose, and check out this amazing view. Imagine hearing the seagulls call while you walk along the beach and dig for clams! The island is a gorgeous retreat from your everyday life!
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