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Melville House
Melville Park
Melville House
Lord Leven Proprietor
Revd. [Reverend] William Leitch Manse (Ph.) [Parish]
County Map.
Leighton's Hist. [History] of Fife
010 [situation] About 7/8 of a mile E.N.E. [East North East] of the Village of Collessie.
Melville House the seat of the Earl of Leven and Melville is situated on an extensive plain, surrounded by parks, in which are a great number of fine old trees. The house is large and the style of architecture plain. It is four storeys in height, with the entrance to the North; extensive offices are attached, and westward of the house is the home farm, one large building with the necessary conveniences. Bounding the demesne are slips of plantation, and south of the house is an extensive wood through which winds the principal approach. The lodges are four.......[over]

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[Note - appended to object name] (1692)

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