At the junction of two valleys, encircled by meadows and wooded hills, this stone house from the 18 th century, surrounded by walls, has a lot of charm and many assets. The master house of 6 bedrooms (280.00sq m of living space) has 3 levels of 190.00sq m each. The ground floor has an independent 1-bed apartment of 70.00sq m, with a loggia, has been furnished with an independent entrance on the west facade of the house. A great shed / workshop, a cellar and a summer kitchen are completing this garden level. The first level is accessible via two great stone staircases: One of them is central and is fitted with a beautiful forged iron banister going on a terrace which occupies all the south facade of the building; the second staircase is going on the east facade, to the swimming pool side and allows a direct access to the great living room. A great and bright entrance hall, distributing the actual furnished rooms of the house, all with high ceilings, a lounge of 50.00sq m with stone walls, a French ceiling and a monumental fireplace, a furnished kitchen of 17.00sq m, 5 bedrooms from 15.00 to 19.00sq m, 1 independent WC, a bathroom with WC of 9.00sq m. Thanks to its several openings and its orientation, the house is light-flooded. The attic, under the mansard roof has 8 shed dormers windows and offer the possibility to convert the additional 190.00sq m (an access by the stairs has to be create). The dependences are composed of a garage with a workshop and 2 shelters for cars, and a small vaulted barn. The property is implemented on a wooded park of 3,060.00sq m, in terraces, surrounded by walls. The property comes with a well, a swimming pool of 4m x 8m and its stone pool house with a covered terrace and WC. The accesses at the property are possible via three entrances, with their iron forged gates with stone pillars. About 2ha of meadows are encircling the property can make the happiness of the horses, donkeys or others. The ancient town of Cahors is strategically situated in a loop of the River Lot, surrounded by hills. It is the capital of the Lot department of the Midi-Pyrenees region, and has a rich and colourful history since mediaeval times, when it saw considerable conflict during the Hundred Years War. It is now a popular tourist centre, with visitors coming to enjoy the town’s beautiful mediaeval quarter and unique 14th century fortified Valentre Bridge. Other sites include the Cathedrale Saint-Etienne, which is a national monument, the Tower of Pope Jean XXII, and the Arc de Diane ruined Roman baths. Cahors is also famous for its dry red wine – its vineyards stretch over 10,000 acres. Cahors’ position on the banks of the River Lot makes it the ideal location for water-based activities such as fishing, canoeing, swimming and boat trips. Other outdoor activities on offer in the area include horse riding, hiking, mountain biking, golf, paragliding and quad biking. One will find all amenities in the town; super/hypermarkets, bars, hotels, restaurants, doctors, bakeries, banks and schools. Cahors is located around 75 minutes from the international airport in Toulouse, and 90 minutes from the airport in Bergerac.