The Lady Grosvenor Gair is the first new development in the historic village of Coaltown of Wemyss in over 50 years. Lady Grosvenor Gait is indeed a very special development, in a very special location.

Lundin Homes, the Kirkcaldy based developer, founded by Chairman Rae Grieve and directors Tom and Alan Spence have over 100 years experience in the building industry and have strived to create a unique atmosphere, with homes that take their inspiration from the historic core of the village, fused with the most advanced construction methods and exceptional high standards of finish.

The development is situated to the east of Kirkcaldy and is only 4.7 miles from Kirkcaldy Railway Station.

A mile to the south, lies the picturesque coastal village of West Wemyss, adjacent to the historic Wemyss Castle. The Castle, built in 1421, is an iconic landmark of the area and is most famous as the location where Mary, Queen of Scots, met her future husband, Lord Darnley.

Dysart is only 2 miles to the west and access to the A92 dual carriageway is only 4 miles away.

The village itself boasts an excellent, highly rated primary school and the local community spirit can be found in the Earl David Hotel and local pub.

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The Davidson

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The Beaumont

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The Lauder

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The Crombie

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The Douglas

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The Davidson

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Site Plan


  • The Davidson
  • The Combie
  • The Douglas
  • The Beaumont
  • The Lauder