The present Biel House dates from the 16th century, is statutorily listed, and is a castellated three-storey building. It was formerly owned by the Earls of Belhaven. William Atkinson extended it between 1814 and 1818, and early in the 20th century further alterations of the interior were made by R. R. Anderson.
The grounds of Biel House have many interesting features:
- Biel Water which flows through the estate, past Biel Mill
- A range of buildings, including a chapel, doocot, summerhouse, a bridge, gate piers,and glasshouses
- Deer park, kitchen garden, rock garden, gull pond, and extensive woodland
- "BIEL HOUSE WITH TERRACE WALLS, CHAPEL REMAINS, SUNDIAL, BOUNDARY WALLS, GATEWAY, SUMMER HOUSE, ARCHWAY, KENNELS AND SERVICE COURTLB14764". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 14 August 2017.
- "Biel". Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland. Historic Environment Scotland. Retrieved 12 August 2016.
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