Who doesn't love to put in a random location on Zillow and look at the types of homes that are for sale in that area. It's like swiping through a dating app when you have no intention of going out to dinner with any of your matches.

I was doing the exact same thing when I came across the perfect home for anyone who wants to physically embody a country music vibe. While no major celebrities have called this place home, I can see artists like Miranda Lambert totally use it in a music video.

 

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You have to hop on the train for this home in Marfa, Texas. Not only is Marfa the setting for Miranda Lambert's most recent body of work, but it could be your home too if you are looking to live in a train caboose, it's a Santa Fe Railroad Steel Caboose to be precise.

According to the listing on Zillow, there were only three of these ever made. This 400 square foot home has no bedrooms and one bathroom. You could hypothetically sleep anywhere on here, so if you're crafty you can make do.

The cost of the home is $245,000, and it was actually built in 1948. It was taken out of commision in 1984, but has been used as a sort of tree-house meets Texas retreat in a backyward.

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