Nisbet House is a 17th century tower house which may incorporate earlier work.
In 1420 Adam of West Nisbet, son of Henry de Ogoul, was granted a charter of the lands of Popille.
In September 1545 the “towre of Nesbed” was burned by an English army led by Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford.
Sir Alexander Nisbet of Nisbet married Katherine Swinton, daughter of Sir Robert Swinton of Swinton, in 1609.
Alternative names for Nisbet House
Nesbed; W. Nisbeth; West Nisbet; West Nisbeth