Blackburn House, West Lothian
Blackburn House is a category A-listed Georgian house, situated just outside Blackburn and Seafield in West Lothian, Scotland. Blackburn House was built in the late 18th century by George Moncrieff. The building originally acted as a gateway to Blackburn, the town which Moncrieff founded, after making his money running plantations in the West Indies.
The house comprises a central Palladian manor house, with substantial east and west pavilions. In the summer of 2008, a £4 million restoration for the Cockburn Conservation Trust was finished. Blackburn House was awarded an Architectural Award by the Georgian Group in November 2008 for the Restoration of a Georgian Country House.