Hoboken train station.
Belgian national railway (NMBS/SNCB) is selling a lot of their property fast. If you want to live in an idyllic place, yours can be had for 200k € or so. There are currently around 15 for sale (and they add regularly new stations.) The only downside is that your furniture will dance around the room once every twenty minutes or so...
You wouldn't think it if you ever were to compare the 2 places, but the name of Hoboken NJ is derived from a place with the same name in Belgium, once a thriving harbour and industrial city in Antwerp. As such, Hoboken has/had a beautiful train station (there are a lot of other beautiful ancient buildings there.) Hoboken train station is now private property for a little over ten years. The owners have made a complete overhaul of the old building, including much-needed soundproofing. The only thing left untouched is the shed (which still belongs to the Belgian railway.)
The railway line opened only recently and there are plans to upgrade it (now max speed is 90 kph.)
Image august 2014, Fujifilm X-Pro + XF 35, f/2,8, 1/105s, ISO 400