"Le Chalet" is a character country house set in nearly a hectare of parkland. It is complimented by a large grange which is split into 1/3 two story barn, 1/3 garage with overhead storage, and 1/3 open hangar. This "maison de maitre" probably has more attached land than any other house in the village, and owns the old village well as well as a new one. Enter the front door into the large hall, and to your left is the art deco staircase, and on your right double doors into the large lounge with threesets of French windows into the garden and a single door into the kitchen. From the hall, the access to the cellar is under the stairs with a wc to the right. Double doors lead into the large kitchen with a back door into the garden. Half way up the first flight of stairs is a utility room with wc and washbasin, and at the top of that flight three bedrooms and a bathroom. One bedroom looks out onto the garden, and one looks out to the garden and the village. The third has a view of the back garden. Continue from the landing half way up the second flight of stairs, and a double door leads out to a balcony. Continue up the stairs to find three more bedrooms and a second bathroom. At one time, the hose was used as a guest house/ B&B, and this could be restored if wished to provide an income. The village has its own Post Office/Bank and Bar/Cafe together with a newly modernised primary school. It is set alongside the Garonne River, and an old road runs beside the river with a picnic area to the old dissused bridge across it giving access to many available walks. St Sardos is about 6Km away, and has a lake and is a well known wine area with its own co-operative cave. This is a well known fruit growing area. The local markets are vibrant places with the farmers and producers exhibiting their wares weekly.