Enjoy the outdoor & private terrass during the warm days, the covered porch will be pleasant when the chilly days arrive!
We were a few minutes late, so the local contact who met us was in a bit of a hurry. But she took us up and showed us the apartment. It was very close to the train station, so our initial concern was that there would be too much train noise. Actually, that wasn't an issue. The biggest issue was the group of (mostly) men who hung out on the street just below the apartment (which is on the second floor), talking loudly and yelling (toward each other or into phones) from about 18:00 'til 23:00 or midnight. Every night. Since the living room and bedroom windows face the street, the noise was extremely disturbing. Nothing we could do about it, except close the windows and turn on a fan. The other downside was that the living room/bedroom windows face directly west and, because the apt is at a "T" intersection, there's direct sun into the apt from about 14:00 onward in the afternoon. This just means the shutters (and thus the windows) must be closed all afternoon, although there's a window on the kitchen side that can stay open for air, as well as a back porch area for sitting if desired.
So there were some issues that made our stay less than ideal. Having said that, we did find the apt comfortable and convenient. Being close to the train station has advantages when you decide to skip over to Arles or Avignon, or to take a longer trip to someplace like Barcelona. So it was convenient for that. Also a short walk over to Comedie and other areas of interest in Montpellier. The apt is pretty spacious; kitchen is fine (with plenty of pots & pans, dishware and utensils); the washing machine works and the back terrace is fine for sitting out or for hanging out the laundry. In short, we found it a convenient and comfortable, but terribly noisy, place to stay.