Rossie House is an 18th century mansion which may incorporate part of the old Hall of Rossie.
The Hall of Rossie is mentioned around 1488 and in 1509 James IV granted it to James Bonar. Rossie remained in the Bonar family until it was acquired by Sir James Scott in 1630 and subsequently sold to Sir James Cheape in 1669.
The house was extended in 1753 by George Paterson of Newmilns and remodelled around 1776 when the addition of a new wing is said to have destroyed the old tower.
Alternative names for Rossie House
Hall of Rossie