Monteviot House is the early 18th century home of the Marquess of Lothian, the politician better known as Michael Ancram. It is located on the River Teviot near Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland.
In the late 20th century the 12th Marquess repurchased and restored the old family seat of Ferniehirst Castle. The Lothians also used to own two grander country houses, Blickling Hall, which now belongs to the National Trust, and Newbattle Abbey, which is now a college.
- Monteviot - Official Website
- RCAHMS/Canmore record of Monteviot House
- RCAHMS record of Monteviot House, Dovecote
- SCRAN image: Attractive garden beside the River Teviot at Monteviot
- SCRAN image: Wellington's Column on top of Peniel Heugh on the Monteviot estate
- Historic Scotland: An Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland
- Gazetteer for Scotland, Michael Ancram, 13th Marquess of Lothian
- Royal Horticultural Society leaflet: Recommended Gardens for 2010
- Dictionary of Scottish Architects: Walter Schomberg Hepburn Scott
- GOOGLEbook "Sculpture and the garden" by Patrick Eyres, Fiona Russell
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