Converted Devon railway station which opened in 1885 now on sale as a three bed ...

Converted Devon railway station which opened in 1885 now on sale as a three bed ...
Converted Devon railway station which opened in 1885 now on sale as a three bed ...
Converted railway station which opened in 1885 and is only accessible by foot goes on the market as a three bed family home for £500,000 - and comes complete with a train carriage in the garden Station Halt at Brampford Speke was part of the Exe Valley Railway in Devon and opened on May 1, 1885   Due to Beeching Cuts the line stations were closed in 1963 with Station Halt becoming a house soon after   It is on the market with Stags for offers in excess of £550,000 and comes with the detached converted station

1

View
comments

Advertisement

Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer

A converted railway station which opened in 1885 and is only accessible by foot has gone on the market as a three-bedroom family home for £500,000.  

Station Halt at Brampford Speke was part of the Exe Valley Railway in Devon. It was on a branch line built by Great Western Railway (GWR) and opened on May 1, 1885.

The property has a sitting room opening onto the old platform and a former ticket office turned into a bedroom. 

A converted railway station which opened in 1885 and is only accessible by foot has gone on the market as a three-bedroom family home for £500,000

A converted railway station which opened in 1885 and is only accessible by foot has gone on the market as a three-bedroom family home for £500,000

Station Halt at Brampford Speke was part of the Exe Valley Railway in Devon. It was on a branch line built by Great Western Railway (GWR) and opened on May 1, 1885

Station Halt at Brampford Speke was part of the Exe Valley Railway in Devon. It was on a branch line built by Great Western Railway (GWR) and opened on May 1, 1885

The disused train line runs along the back of the house and shows where trains used to stop before the station was converted into a home

 The disused train line runs along the back of the house and shows where trains used to stop before the station was converted into a home 

Aerial shots show just how much the home still looks like a railway station with its long garden. The home even features an old train carriage

Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer

Aerial shots show just how much the home still looks like a railway station with its long garden. The home even features an old train carriage

The property has a sitting room opening onto the old platform and a former ticket office turned into a bedroom

The property has a sitting room opening onto the old platform and a former ticket office turned into a bedroom

The converted railway station boasts a living room with glass doors that open on to where the old platform used to be

The converted railway station boasts a living room with glass doors that open on to where the old platform used to be 

PREV Millions of Australians will be impacted by changes to their waters taste and ...
NEXT AFL club Carlton mourn the death of legend, Sergio Silvagni as club president ...