Snapshot of how the house used to be

This photo of our house was given to us by The Mayor who also used to own the house.

He’s not sure when it was taken but i think it must be over 30 years ago.

You will notice what looks like a road in the background, its in fact a tennis court which can be used by the villagers.

The two wood stores to the left of the photo attached to the other house have now gone as has the horrible concrete electricity mast, you can see it just to the left of the front door, it has now been connected using underground cables which is great.

Also you can see that the front door used to have a porch over it which has now gone but will be reinstated at some point using an old one found at an brocante market, it will so hard to have to go to all the markets to find one!!!!

Old Fayssac Photo

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