Edermine House is a 19th century large period house in central County Wexford.
The location may be an ideal filming location for scenes that need a rural period house, or for films that need a variety of 19th century rural locations. The main house is a refined, square two storey building. It is simple and understated, while still being charming and memorable.
But the location really excels due to the variety of buildings on the property. Attached to the main house, there is a 19th century chapel. Though the outside of the chapel looks quite disused, the interior is well maintained and beautiful. The grounds also have extensive farm buildings. These buildings form two courtyards. The main entrance of these buildings is impressive and dominating. Finally, there is a large disused glasshouse on the property. The glass was removed decades ago, but the rusting frames of the building are still quite impressive.
The main house was built between 1835 and 1845. The house was designed by John Benjamin Keane. The house also has a gate lodge and 19th century cast-iron rails at its entrance. The house looks down on the River Slaney and can be seen from the opposite bank of the river.
The farm buildings also have a disused water tower that is quite distinct looking. As well as overlooking the River Slaney, Edermine House can be seen from the Edermine Bridge that crosses it.
Parking: onsite, fits ~5 cars.
Nearest town: Enniscorthy, 7km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Edermine House, Edermine, Co. Wexford, Y21 K286