Stoneypath Tower was at first a property of the Lyles, but past thereafter in succession to the Hamiltons of Innerwick, the Douglases of Whittinghame, and the Setons. It some stage in may have been blown up.
Defended by three steep sides, the tower stands on a promontory. It may include part of a keep built in the previous century. The original entrance, approached by an external stair, has been sealed. A turnpike stair reached all floors. On the second floor was the hall. The thickness of the wall enclosed a prison.
The keep was built of rubble, with some freestone dressings. There were originally three stories. The wing contained two chambers.
- Coventry, Martin (2001) The Castles of Scotland. Goblinshead. ISBN 1-899874-26-7 p.386
- "PlanningApplication" (PDF). Planning Application. Retrieved 2009-12-29.
- "Stoneypath Tower". ScotlandsPlaces. Retrieved 2009-12-29.