Kinnordy House (alternative spellings: Kynnordy, Kinardy, Kinnordie and Kinorde) is an estate house near Kirriemuir in Angus, Scotland. The first house was built in the 1680s, when Inverquharity Castle was vacated; however, the current three-storey, towered and turreted structure dates from 1881, incorporating an 18th-century wing and stables. The house was the birthplace of the noted geologist Charles Lyell, and is associated with his friend Charles Darwin.
The house was designated a Category B listed building in 1980. Many of the associated buildings and structures are also listed: the home farm, the East Lodge and its gates, the Causewayend Cottages (now the Kinnordy Estate Office), the museum and observatory, the walled garden, sundial and Bell Gate.
- List of listed buildings in Kirriemuir, Angus
- Loch of Kinnordy, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, see List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Angus and Dundee
- Ogilvy baronets
- Lyell baronets
- Baron Lyell