Ross House is a 13 storey tower block on Mount Vernon Road in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Built in the 1960's by local firm F.B. Mckee, it contains 72 flats. The bulk of the Mount Vernon estate was built in the late 1940's by Belfast Corporation, with this addition (approved by the Corporation in 1963) being one of two high rise buildings in the development, the other one being the 11 storey Mount Vernon House. Ross House has a large loyalist mural of a balaclava wearing gunman on the side of the block that fronts the main road.