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Rossend Castle For Sale


Rossend Castle - Fife

Rossend Castle - Fife

This late 16th century tower house is sited on a cliff overlooking the harbour at Burntisland.
Once within an ace of being demolished the roofless shell was acquired in 1975 by Hurd Rolland architects.
A detailed planning application has been submitted for change of use to residential so it looks like Rossend, which is currently configured as offices, will be taking on a new lease of life.



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