Newtownbarry House is an elegant 19th century large country house and gardens near Bunclody in north-west County Wexford.
Newtownbarry House may be an ideal filming locations for scenes that require a large country house that is full of understated elegance. The house, designed by well known Belfast Architect Sir Charles Lanyon and Partners between 1863-69, features a rough-cut granite exterior and an unusual asymmetrical layout. A particularly beautiful feature of the house is the classical style entrance, which gives the house a distinct and memorable look.
The grounds around the house includes lawns, forests, gardens and even a large pond. The gardens were restored in 2004 and have been open to the public since then. With their geometric and visually pleasing layout, the gardens continue the house’s style of understated elegance.
Grounds area: ~8000m2
Pond area: 50m by 20m.
Parking: Fits 5-10 cars.
Nearest town: Bunclody, less than a kilometre away.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Newtownbarry House, Bunclody, Co. Wexford, Y21 Y1Y6