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Leslie House is a historical structure in the town of Leslie in Scotland. It was built between 1667-1674 for John Leslie, the 7th earl of Rothes and the second of that name, he died in 1681 after having the house for 7 years, it was used by the Earl of Rothes' after his death until 1919 when Norman Leslie and Nöel Leslie sold it to Sir Robert Spencer Nairn. It was lived in by nobody from 1952 to the 2000's when it was made in to an old folks home but burnt down in 2009 after being bought by the Fife council.

John Leslie, earl of Rothes from 1641-1680, 1681-death whom the house was built for in the 1600's.