Wexford period home with lush gardens is a winner alright

Beautifully presented period home is situated on 13 acres and would suit buyers with an interest in horse riding

Ozier Hill: according to an entry in Houses of Wexford, Ozier Hill was originally a farmhouse dating from before 1741

From the French, the term ‘ozier’ is a variant of the topographic name for someone who lived near a willow tree or willow grove and stems from the Gaulish word ‘osier’ or 'willow’.

Set within its own copse of specimen trees on a plot of some 13 acres in Taghmon in Co Wexford is Ozier Hill, a charming period home of almost 360 square metres, which has just come to market with Marcus Magnier of ...