The east end of Burntisland is so popular that there are three planning applications (one approved) for new houses (one a conversion of an existing building).
Moving east the first one is an empty building on the edge of the cemetery –
“HEARSE HOUSE: single storey, gabled rectangular-plan hearse house on falling ground to S. Squared and snecked rubble with droved quoins. Hearse entrance to S segmental-arched with partly-glazed 2-leaf timber doors, louvred oculus in gablehead and ball finial above. Centre window to W. Graded grey slates, coped ashlar stack with polygonal can and ashlar coped skews.“
Land To East Of 158 Kinghorn Road
Ground work has started recently. This was the last bit of land available for building on between the railway and the road.
Land At Former Kingswood Cottage
Another house on a narrow bit of land – above the road and opposite the railway.