Panmure House (Edinburgh)
Smith died in Panmure House in 1790.
Now an A listed building, Panmure House is the last surviving Smith residence, which in 2008 was bought by the Edinburgh Business School, the Graduate School of Heriot-Watt University; the School has commissioned the restoration of Panmure House into a centre of learning which will provide a resource for students, businesses and the local community. Work began on the restoration of Panmure House in July 2016.
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