Kingston Bagpuize House
Thought to have been built originally in the 1660's, the house seen today is largely the result of remodelling done in the early 1700's when extensive work is believed to have been done to both its exterior and interior.
The Entrance Hall has an impressive cantilevered staircase constructed from Scots pine and oak; this is the most important architectural feature within the house.
The Drawing Room is furnished with English and French furniture. There is a panelled Library, Small Sitting Room, two bedrooms with the Dining room also oak panelled with English furniture.
Set in parkland with more formal gardens near the house the grounds provide year round interest and colour.
The house and grounds are available for filming and events with extensive areas for parking. Near to the house there are lawns suitable for large marquees. The parkland is available for Quad Bikes, Dune Buggies, Archery, Laser Trap Shooting etc
Tel: 01865 820259 Fax: 01865 821659
Kingston Bagpuize House,
Kingston Bagpuize Near Abingdon,
Oxfordshire, OX13 5AX