The beautiful manor house is thought to date from around 1670.
The door leading into the garden was once the main entrance of the house. At the centre of the house is the saloon and all the principal ground floor rooms, panelled in pine or oak, can be viewed from there.
The cantilevered staircase, with no supporting pillars, is one of the most striking architectural features of the house. The hall and staircase are pine-panelled and have hand-painted Chinese wallpaper and vases.
A great chamber was originally to be found on the first floor but this has was divided up in the early 18th century.
Part of this space is taken by the Rose Bedroom and adjoining this is Lady Tweedsmuir's Bedroom. Both rooms have four-poster beds and fine Georgian furnishings.
The house has a some good pictures and furniture. The old kitchen has been converted into a tea room but still contains the old copper pans and dresser with kitchen china.
The house remains a charming and much loved family home.
Kingston Bagpuize House is set in mature parkland.
The gardens were designed by Miss Marne Raphael, the great-aunt of the current owner who lived here between 1939 - 1976.
The gardens include a shrub border and woodland garden and there is a impressive collection of trees, shrubs, bulbs and perennials.