A one-of-a-kind estate with not one but five accommodation options could be yours.
At 171 Ewarts Road, Cooran, in the Queensland hinterland, the 93-acre hilltop property boasts a charming 1990s family home, as well as a refurbished Melbourne tram and Sydney bus (that you can live in) and two cottages.
Listed by Wythes Real Estate Noosa Hinterland, this unique property on offer last sold for $90,000 in 1998, according to Pricefinder.
The main residence is a weatherboard Queenslander home that offers plenty of charm.
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Interiors feature polished wooden floorboards, wood-paneled walls, retro lime paint, granite benchtops, exposed brick, as well as chandeliers and stained glass windows.
There is also a wraparound balcony for the future buyer to relax and unwind, and no doubt take in the idyllic country views.
Just a short stroll away is the refurbished Melbourne tram that is completely livable
The curved roof has been kept, but the interiors have been given a revamp with mahogany cabinetry, polished wooden floorboards and a bathtub in the living area.
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An old Sydney bus is not far away, and is connected to an urban kitchen and terrace.
The bathroom features corrugated iron walls, a custom wooden benchtop and glass basin
Just when you thought the inclusions would end, there are also two charming cottages on the estate as well as an infinity waterfall pool, a running creek, dam, Olympic-sized arena, stables and barn.