Ballytrent House is a large period house with splendid gardens that over looks the sea on County Wexford’s south-east coast.
The 18th century property is an ideal location for films that need a period house with good private gardens. The 3 acres of gardens are well maintained, contain carefully laid out paths, and have some unusual species of plants and trees.
Additionally, the house is uniquely located by the sea. The house’s front door doesn’t point to the road, but actually faces away from the entrance of the property and towards Ballytrent Beach. A 200m long private lane connects the house directly to the beach.
The house is also a working farm. The owners cultivate cattle, cereals, and root crops. The farm buildings are at the rear of the period house and connect to the entrance laneway.
Also, there is a ráth, an earthen mound, that dates to pre-christian times on the grounds. This ráth measures around 600 metres in circumference and is one of the largest in europe.
Parking: On site. Fits 5-10 cars.
Nearest village: Lady’s Island, 4km away.
Nearest town: Wexford, 21km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Ballytrent House, Ballytrent, Wexford, Y35 AH66