Northfield House is a seventeenth-century historic house at Preston, East Lothian, Scotland, UK. It is situated very close to Hamilton House and Preston Tower, and one mile east to Prestongrange House and the Royal Musselburgh Golf Club.\nThis L-plan house was built for the Hamiltons of Preston (who occupied nearby Preston Tower) in the late 16th century and was sold to Joseph Marjoribanks, a burgess of Edinburgh in 1607. He and his wife Marion Symesoune enlarged and embellished the house, the completion of the work being commemorated by the magnificent door on the south side of the house which incorporates the date 1611 and the motto (in Scots) \ (Read more on Wikipedia)
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