Lay-out: Former little local station converted into a dwelling with cellar and two storeys. It is in typical French railway style.
Ground floor: The main door opens into the main room which was originally the waiting-room.
The ceilings are high and there are large double-doors on both sides of the room, which has a tiled floor.
A stone staircase leads down to the cellar, and a handsome wooden staircase rises to the other floors.
The kitchen has a door leading outside, and an original fireplace. Another room is in current use as a pantry.
1st floor: There are two bedrooms and a bathroom with shower, washbasin and WC on the first floor.
2nd floor: The former loft now accommodates two bedrooms and a store- or dressing-room.
Cellar: The cellar, reached down stone steps, is arched and divided into two.
Other buildings: In the garden there is a large building, formerly a loading-shed, which is now a storehouse and workshop. There is also a little wooden toilet building divided according to sex.
Location: This former station is on the side of a road which used to be the railway. The river Aveyron is only 50 metres away.
Facilities in the vicinity: Five minutes away is a village with supermarkets, restaurants, doctors, schools, etc.
Half an hour away is the market town of Caussade with access to the Paris-Toulouse motorway and a main-line train station. Toulouse is an hour's drive.
DISC Immobilier is known since 27/01/2020. You can contact the landlord in dutch, english, french.