A former royal burgh and parish in Fife, Scotland, on the northern shore of the Firth of Forth, previously known as Wester Kinghorn or Little Kinghorn, your new home is in a thriving neighbourhood. With its beautiful award winning sandy beach, dramatic volcanic plug as a backdrop and the 15th-century Rossend Castle, the sought after coastal town of Burntisland is a wonderful place to live.

The Burntisland Links was granted by Royal Charter in 1541 to the Burgh of Burntisland by King James V of Scotland. Facilities include pitch and putt in the summer, play area all year round. The famous Burntisland highland games are held on the third Monday in July, and are Scotland’s second oldest games dating back to 1652. There are guided historical walks round the town in the summer and an annual exhibition. While the leisure centre sits right next to the beach and lovely walks along the Fife Coastal Path. The Port of Burntisland is the Forth’s most natural harbour and one of its oldest. There are great beaches at Burntisland (1m), Kinghorn (3m), Aberdour and Leven and the East Neuk is within easy driving distance. Also outdoors there are golf courses at Kinghorn (2.7m), Aberdour (3m), Dunfermline (11m), Leven, Ellie and the 7 courses near St. Andrews.

Totally Locally

Thanks to this shopping initiative, Burntisland has a bustling high street. There is a wonderful sense of community, the locals are proud of their small independent shops and regularly use them. The shop keepers work together and share ideas.

People chat in the street and shop keepers know their customers by name. Everything you need is here. Macauley’s Fruit and Veg Merchants is a tiny shop packed full of fresh fruit and veg and there really is an impressive selection. C Sinclair sell fresh fish caught locally and have an amazing range of exciting foods to try. Tom Courts, the award winning local butchers, is run by three generations of the same family, while local bakers provide delicious fresh baked good daily.
If you are just looking for a coffee or some lunch you are spoiled for choice.


The new Burntisland Primary School was opened in August 2014 with a school roll around 690, which includes nursery pupils. Secondary school pupils attend Balwearie High School in nearby Kirkcaldy. Catholic pupils travel to St Marie’s Primary School or St Andrews High School, also in Kirkcaldy.

Burntisland Shop
Kid at Beach
Leisure Centre
Shop Exterior


The A921 coast road runs through the town and connects to the M90 motorway at Inverkeithing in the west and the A92 at Kirkcaldy in the east. The A909 travels inland towards the A92 at Cowdenbeath and the M90 at Kelty. Burntisland railway station is on the Fife Circle Line and provides direct links with Kirkcaldy to the north and Edinburgh to the south. You are perfectly placed for travel at Kirkton Lea.

Burntisland Station ~ 0.4 miles
Kinghorn Station ~ 2.4 miles
Aberdour Station ~ 2.6 miles
Kirkcaldy ~ 6 miles
Dunfermline ~ 12 miles
Glenrothes ~ 13 miles
Edinburgh ~ 22 miles
Glasgow ~ 48 miles

It is only a 29 minute commute to Edinburgh Waverly and 86 minutes to Glasgow Queen Street. The town is also served by Stagecoach bus service 7, which runs between Dunfermline in the west and Leven (via Kirkcaldy) in the east. The circular B1 service covers most areas of the town.

Register Your Interest

For further details and to register interest please contact:

Slater Hogg

27 Whytescauseway, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 1XF
Tel: 01592 730268

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