Actually, I asked the owner about having a llama or burro. His answer was "no." Llamas don't fit his image of an estate.
My goats have a better zip code than I do! LOL People who buy in the town lean to McMansions or restored Victorians. I did ask again, and he said maybe to the burro, still no to the llama. However, I know that being invisible, parking down the road, coming and going with only a Hi! and a wave, not texting him much, keeping down the grasses to a height that allows the meadows to restore with rains, and removing almost all of the junk on the property is the only way I get to retain land use. For a man that values his privacy and QUIET, I decided to nix the burro. Also, if he sells, it will be hard enough to find housing the goats, let alone more animals.
Personally, I would have preferred the burro to purchasing the fencing.
BTW, horse boarding here is $375 per month per stall, so by bartering, we can do what we enjoy, and he gets a pristine property that draws oohs and aahs. We both win.