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Kirkcaldy of Grange
NT 270-885 Fife Scotland

Kirkcaldy of GrangeKirkcaldy of Grange was originally a mid 16th century stone tower house, founded by the Kirkcaldy family. A doorway dated 1687, on the north side of the main block and a massive fragment of wall, are incorporated within a later farmhouse. Flanking the north angle is a round tower, with stringcoures, a gunloop and a later entrance, it probably housed a turnpike stair. This is all that remains of the seat of Sir James Kirkcaldy of Grange, Lord High Treasurer to King James V and Queen Mary. A mile north-west is Piteadie Castle and 6 miles south-west is Aberdour Castle.

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Kirkcaldy of Grange is located north of Kinghorn, off Kinghorn Road. 3 miles south-west of Kirkcaldy, on the B9157-A921.

The view from Jawbanes Road is restricted.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

Kirkcaldy of Grange picture and large castle map
Kirkcaldy of Grange PictureCastle Map of the Area

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