Rossend Castle For Sale

https://www.rettie.co.uk/property-for-sale/fife/burntisland/RUR180283-5-bed-house-commercial-melville-gardens

“The castle was acquired by the Town Council in 1952. In 1957, an early 17th-century painted timber ceiling was discovered; it is now in the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.[1] The ceiling includes the initials ‘SRM’ for ‘Sir Robert Melville of Murdocairney’ and emblems copied from the Devises Heroïques of Claude Paradin.[4] The council threatened to demolish the property, which had been allowed to deteriorate, but it was saved after a public inquiry in 1972. It was bought in 1975 by the architecture firm Robert Hurd & Partners, who restored it and retain the building as their offices. It is a category B listed building.”

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rossend_Castle

https://canmore.org.uk/site/52791/burntisland-rossend-castle

“This year marks 80 years in practice for Hurd Rolland, and 40 years in our home at Rossend Castle.”

http://www.hurdrolland.co.uk/eighty-years-in-practice/m

https://www.fifetoday.co.uk/news/see-inside-the-fife-castle-on-sale-for-500-000-1-4783981

18/02042/FULL | Change of use from offices (Class 2) to dwellinghouse (Class 9)

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