Take a turn around the magnificent Pagoda House

Step inside this breathtaking family home in Hampshire

Pagoda House is a family home with a difference. The unique Grade-II Listed house is presented over three floors, making it feel incredibly grand. The elegant interior comprises six bedrooms, five living areas, an open-plan kitchen and three bathrooms.

This impressive house was built in 1848 for Richard Andrews, the five-times Mayor of Southampton.

The current owners, residents since 2001, have carried out extensive restoration works and structural repairs. The works focused on floors and balconies, internal alterations and the reinstatement of missing or decayed original details. The works carried out have been awarded a Design Award by the City of Winchester Trust in 2007.

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This extraordinary house features ornate Oriental-style features. Originally, the house was seen as flamboyant and out of character with the architecture and fashions of that time. But the style of Pagoda House is believed to be in keeping with Andrews' extravagant nature.

Set in the picturesque city of Winchester, in Hampshire, the house enjoys far-reaching open views over the city to St Catherine's Hill in the distance.

Entrance hall

entrance hall

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The high ceilings and grand staircase provide an impressive welcome to Pagoda House.

In the mid-1930s the house was subdivided into 3 flats, by Winchester City Council. The conversion was reversed in 1973, when the Bucknall-Hitchin Tutorial School occupied the house. Pagoda house returned to domestic use in the late 1970s.


kitchen with cabinet

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The light and airy kitchen feels like the prefect fusion between traditional and modern country-style.

Living room

living room with sofa and wooden table

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A living room fit for entertaining. It's said that Andrews hosted some of the most influential political figures on the continent at Pagoda House.

piano room

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A piano room ensures guests are suitably entertained.

snug living area

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indoor and outdoor living area garden

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The orangery-style extension creates the perfect indoor/outdoor living area.

outdoor garden

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The well-established gardens provide a beautifully appointed spot to enjoy some privacy outside.

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Pagoda House is perched on West Hill with a southerly aspect offering fantastic far-reaching views over the city. And now it could be yours –  it's currently for sale with Savills with a guide price of £2,350,000.

We're sure it won't be on the market for long!


Tamara was Ideal Home's Digital Editor before joining the Woman & Home team in 2022. She has spent the last 15 years working with the style teams at Country Homes & Interiors and Ideal Home, both now at Future PLC. It’s with these award wining interiors teams that she's honed her skills and passion for shopping, styling and writing. Tamara is always ahead of the curve when it comes to interiors trends – and is great at seeking out designer dupes on the high street.