It may well be, but the more I look at it, it appears to me (if you have no other plans for it) you could practice some of your diorama techniques on a small scale. Deflate the tyres by applying a heated old knife blade to the bottom. Then put it in a severely overgrown setting with moss on the window sills, plants growing through the rust holes, creepers climbing over it, nearly submerged in long grass, last years fallen leaves wind-blown in the interior. Lastly, add a small furry creature in or on it for the “cute” factor: there are specialist after-market sets of Fluffy Bunnies and of Kittens but if you don’t want to go overboard there’s the hens and chicks in the Tamiya Livestock set… Just remember if you put the hens and chicks inside and the cockerel posing on the roof, add a reasonable amount of droppings (I had a friend who noted gallows and gibbets are rarely depicted that way, despite having the old nickname of a “Crows Parliament” from the flying scavengers that gathered there for a free snack). If you wanted to go the full “Guano Encrusted” look MiniArt do a box of three dozen (!) pigeons (I suspect they have - or had - some intention of doing their “Old Bill” bus as a WW1 mobile pigeon loft), just remember someone will criticise you for a badly-done winter camouflage whitewash…
P.S. I forgot to mention there are lots of “inspirational” photos on the web, both the real thing and in model form (there’s a guy whose done a series of over twenty such scenes, I just can’t remember where I saw them).