Edmondsham House

Edmondsham House is a charming blend of Tudor and Georgian architecture. The site features an organic walled kitchen garden and a 6 acre garden with unusual trees and spring bulbs. The is a 12th century church nearby, Church of St Nicholas.

Location: Edmondsham, nr Verwood, BH21 5RE (Google map)
Telephone: 01725 517207
Website: https://ngs.org.uk/view-garden/7901/

Edmonsham House front side view.
The house was built in 1598 in a Dutch-style for Thomas Hussey. Hussey’s descendent John Fry Hussey, added the two flanking wings between 1740-1750.

Edmondsham House Opening Hours

The house is not open to the public. The gardens are open Aril to October on Sundays and Wednesdays 2pm to 5pm as part of the National Gardens Scheme https://ngs.org.uk/view-garden/7901/

Admission Prices

Adult: £2.50
Child: £0.50

Front view of the house with Stucco rendering.
In 1837 the Tudor brickwork frontage was remodelled with stucco rendering to create the look we see today. The house stands 3 storeys high with a cellar. The central block is the original 16th century house. Above the central porch is a stone cartouche bearing the coat of arms of the Hussey family.
The walled kitchen garden was built in the 17th century.
The Victorian stable block.
Walled kitchen garden
Panoramic view of the house with the walled garden on the right

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