known as McKell's Close, the name change came
about as a result of the construction of Panmure
House in 1691;
Built for James Maule, the 4th Earl of Panmure, later illustrious residents included
the Countess of Aberdeen , and Adam Smith, father of modern economics and author
of 'The Wealth of Nations', who spent twelve years here until his death in 1790.
Panmure Close is now privately gated, access to the house
can be gained through Little