Fordie was a possible tower which was later replaced by the 17th to 19th century mansion of Lawers.
The lands of Fordie were one of five constituent parts of the old estate of Monzievaird along with Clathick, Ochtertyre and Monzievaird itself. The name Lawers was given to the estate by the Campbells in the late 16th century, named after their barony of Lawers on the north side of Loch Tay.
A new house was built in the 17th century which was extended and remodelled in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Alternative names for Fordie
Foordy; Fordef; Fordeff; Fordew; Fordoch; Fordow; Fordy; House of Lawers; Lawers House