If you can't imagine another Polar Vortex winter, it might be time to get yourself the ultimate holiday present. This little Hawaiian bungalow is located on the Big Island, where it is definitely less chilly—but everyone is much more chill.
The 782 square foot two-bedroom was built in 1911 and used to be a train station on the Hamakua Coast sugar train route (and likely also the station manager's house). While much of the property was demolished in 1938, the remaining house has been restored to its early 20th century roots.
And you won't need to pack your blender; according to the listing, the "world traveler's best" What's Shakin' Smoothie Stand and Restaurant is across the street. Aloha!
The property is currently listed for $419,000.