Borrmount House is a 19th century country house near Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland.
The manor may be an ideal filming location for scenes that need a large house, a farm, or ones that just need a rural residence. The location includes the main house, farm buildings, and sprawling grounds on the banks of the River Slaney. The main building is of a restrained Italianate-style and includes beautiful details, like the pillared portico, the stucco embellishments around the windows, and the classically inspired timber work on the eaves.
The location possesses farm buildings in a courtyard just behind the main house. The buildings of this farmyard are also of an Italianate style and show off some very appealing cut-granite detailing. Furthering the Italianate theme, the stable house is topped with an unusual cupola tower.
The house was built in 1851. The building is cleverly positioned on a slight hill so it overlooks the lands around it. This gives the location good views of the countryside, the nearby River Slaney, as well as giving the house itself an imposing visual impact. Edermine Bridge can be seen from the house and Edermine House is located just 2km away across the river. Wilton Castle is also fairly close by.
Also known as Borrmount Manor.
Parking: ~10 spaces in front and behind the house, and in the farmyard.
Nearest town: Enniscorthy, 8km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Borrmount House, Borrmount, Co. Wexford, Ireland