The house was built in 1784 for Sir Charles Pollen and is a classical mansion faced with Bath stone, standing to two storeys with a slate roof and sash windows, and a central porch with coupled Ionic columns.
It descended in the Pollen family via Sir John Pollen, 2nd Baronet to the latter's great nephew Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen, 4th Baronet.
In the late 19th century the house was occupied by Major A.W.Fulcher, a well-known cricketer and yachtsman.
The park and gardens have been described as 'the perfect setting for a Jane Austen novel'. They comprise 2.5 hectares of garden, 24 hectares of parkland, 36.5 hectares of woodland and 337 hectares of farmland.  The gardens are featured in The Good Gardens Guide and are open to the public by appointment.
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- Parks and Gardens database entry
- Redenham House in its parkland
- Saga Magazine on the gardens
- The Good Gardens Guide entry for Redenham Park