"La Magnanerie" is a tall stone building once dedicated to agricultural activities, such as raising silk worms (hence the name of the property), rearing sheep and pheasants. It has now been completely renovated to become a large family house on the edge of the little village of Brouzet-les-Quissac. On the side of the village and the little lane leading to the property, the house emerges behind stone walls and there is a vehicular access both behind and to the South with automated gates. Outside there is a garage, extensive terraces with an exterior covered dining room, stairs leading down to the heated swimming-pool, pool house and covered lounging space and beyond parkland bordered by brook and a large water feature. on the ground floor, the house offers a salon , a family room with an open plan kitchen in Provençal style, a workshop, toilet and a bathroom/laundry room. A stone staircase leads to the first floor and a massive living-room with cathedral ceiling and panoramic windows affording fantastic views. There are 3 bedrooms on this floor, one en-suite and a family bathroom. A spiral staircase leads to the mezzanine overlooking the living-room with an open plan office space and 3 further bedrooms, one of which is a master with an en-suite and another family bathroom. the house has a comprehensive oil central heating system, partly underfloor.