Roehampton House is a Grade I listed house at Roehampton Lane, Roehampton, London. It was built in 1710-12 by the architect Thomas Archer. From 1910-13, Sir Edwin Lutyens made some alterations to the main house and added north and south wings. English Heritage note that these were "a continuation of the Archer style and to a plan close to Archer's original intentions", and that "the Lutyens parts would in themselves merit Grade II*".
Archer built Roehampton House on behalf of the merchant Thomas Cary. Cary's father John emigrated to the Colony of Virginia in 1663, and Cary was born there in 1669. Both returened to London and by 1690 were running an import and export trading business. In about 2009-13, it was converted into 24 apartments and houses by St James Homes of the Berkeley Group.