Railroad Station Home

Railroad Station Home

Aaron Able
May 7, 2008

It's rare when a home featured in The New York Times' special real estate section Great Homes & Destinations is small and makes clever use of a tight space. But this one does both. This former rail station (measuring just 753-square-feet) in Lenwade, England was renovated by Steve Sokalsky into a two-bedroom one-bath home for his family. The renovation included installing space-saving electrical outlets in the small kitchen...

These hidden outlets can be pulled up from the kitchen counter to help power additional appliances. Check out all the pics and the complete story: A Home on the Tracks.

Images: Jonathan Player for The New York Times

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