Long list here, its from the County Development Plan, during the Summer the Protected Structure list was updated, some didn't make it to the list i know, so it could be worth yr while emailing someone in the forward planning department of Wexford County Council
Large early 19th century house rebuilt this century.
Italianate house by Daniel Robertson 1840-42.
Neo-classical entrance gated with piers and half-hexagon facades of twin
4. Ballycarney Cottage
Small, circa 1820 house – good of its type.
5. Ballymore, Camolin
Rare survival of circa 1720.
6. Ballymore, Screen
Late 18th century house.
One of the last country houses, by Dermot Gogarty 1937.
8. Ballinatray Bridge Courtown
Small, highly elaborate tudor-gothic confection of circa 1840.
Small, three-bay lodge with strip pilasters and wide eaves.
Early-18th century, Palladian house.
Early 19th century neo-classical house.
L-Plan Italianate house of rubble stone with brick dressings.
Early- 19th century neo-classical essay.
14. Bargy Castle
Late-medieval tower with later post-medieval additions.
15. Berkeley Forest
Small, late 18th century, neo-classical house.
Neo-Tudor House by Daniel Robertson.
Early – 19th century, late classical house.
Early-19th century with unusual pyramidal roof.
Five-bay, mid-19th century, Italianate house.
Stables with small tower.
20. Brookhill House
Italianate house of 1850.
21. Brownswood House
Red brick house of 1894.
One of the most magnificent ruins in Ireland – by Daniel Robertson circa
Stables in Italianate style.
Lodge with doric portico.
Lodge on Enniscorthy road (originally the main entrance).
23. Castle Talbot
Mid-18th century house.
24. Clobemon Hall
Fine neo-classical house by Thomas Cobden.
Entrance gates and sweeps.
Bow-fronted late-18th century house.
26. Clonard Great
Mid-18th century Palladian house
Ruin of a Tudor-gothic by Frederick Darley circa 1840.
28. The Deanery, Ferns
Early-18th century house with additions of 1835.
29. The Deeps
Colonial style house with colonnade across the façade.
Large mid-19th Century, Italianate house.
Much-rebuilt late-18th century house with Italianate tower and wing.
Chapel by Pugin, cast-iron conservatory.
U-plan house of circa 1840.
34. Hyde Park
Important neo-classical house by Sir Richard Morrison.
35. Johnstown Castle
Neo-gothic castle by Daniel Robertson.
Ancillary buildings and ornamental garden.
36. Killiane Castle
16th century tower house and 18th century house.
Early-19th century house with Wyatt windows.
Large mid –18th century house remodelled in mid-19th century.
Lodge of 1879 possibly by Sir Thomas Drew.
39. Kyle House
Neo-classical house of circa 1800.
Small, mid-18th century Palladian house.
41. Loftus Hall
Mid-19th century house.
Mid-18th century gate piers.
42. Macmine Castle
Ruin of a townhouse with later additions.
Entrance arch in gingerbread gothic of late 18th century.
Early 19th century neo-classical house.
Mid-19th century venetian-gothic lodge and gates.
Late 18th century house with good quality modern additions.
Fine mid-18th century Palladian composition.
Fine Palladian composition of 1769 with twentieth century additions.
47. Mount Anna
Late 18th century house with bow front.
Simple mid - 18th century house remodelled in late 18th century.
Large Italianate house of circa 1860 by Sir Charles Lanyon.
L-plan, rubble-stone house by Benjamin Woodward, circa 1860.
53. Peppard’s Castle
Lime-rendered, mid-18th century house with later porch.
Simple gothic style house of circa 1830.
Complex building of several dates including 18th century, circa 1860 French
chateau and later castle style.
Important late 17th century house.
Lodge in extravagant circa 1900 “Swiss cottage” style.
Medieval towerhouse and early – 18th century house with fine interior.
Two-storey, octagonal lodge.
Possibly by John Roberts added to an early-18th century house.
Towerhouse in yard.
Small, early-19th century house with doric doorcase.
Mid 18th century house.
Dovecote on hill above house.
Early 19th Century lodge with wide eaves.
62. St John’s Enniscorthy
Late – 18th Century house with full-height bows on façade.
63. St. Waleran’s Gorey
Bowed neo-classical house in manner of Morrisons.
64. Saunder’s Court
Exceptionally elaborate entrance arch and lodges.
65. Slaney Lodge, Bunclody
Four-bay, two-storey house of rubble stone, said to be 17th century,
remodelled in early-19th century.
Circa 1830 house with granite porch.
67. Octagonal folly tower on hill.
68. Stokestown Castle.
Tower house set in a range of farm buildings. Both tower and farm buildings
with gate-piers of importance.
69. Talbot Hall
Late-18th century, three-storey house.
Small mid-18th century house.
Large tudor-gothic house by Daniel Robertson of 1850.
Impressive sham-gothic castle by Daniel Robertson of the 1840s.
Stables with an early-18th century doorcase.
18th century bridge opposite the house.
Gate piers and walled garden.
Very fine neo-classical house of 1780 with staircase unique in Ireland.
74. Woodview, Ballingale Ferns
Three-bay, two storey over semi basement, built in 1760s.