Train enthusiasts will love this stunning house that is built around a genuine, vintage train carriage. It will cost you a pretty penny though.

IF YOU love trains and are also looking for a place to live then this could the property for you.

But it will set you back a cool one and half million pounds.

The four bedroom seafront bungalow is built on around a Pullman carriage dating back to 1897.

The carriage, called Tulip, was built by Jackson and Sharp in Delaware and “is the only one (commissioned by Folkestone Railway) to come to England”, where it stayed in use until 1914.

The current owners of the carriage restored it and fitted it with a stylish bedroom and living accommodation... even connecting it to the house.

As well as the unique living quarters the house also boasts four bedrooms, three en-suites, a family bathroom and five reception rooms.

It is also located right on the seafront, with stunning views of the coast.

The property is located in Park Copse, Selsey, near Chichester.

It is currently up for sale with Gilbert and Cleveland Estate Agents but does not come cheap.

Nevertheless, how many homes can you buy with a train carriage installed.

It would certainly give visitors plenty to talk about and it looks great.

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