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New Homes in Fife

With a stretch of attractive North Sea coastline in the east of Scotland, Fife runs from the Firth of Tay in the north to the Firth of Forth in the south. From major towns such as Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy to a collection of smaller villages and beautiful coastal spots, new homes in Fife can also offer wonderful access to neighbouring cities such as Edinburgh and Stirling. 

Whether you’re visiting famous seaside towns like St Andrews, sampling the local Scotch whisky in Glenrothes or exploring the region’s lochs, mountains and other natural draws, don’t miss our new build homes closest to Fife below.

  • Kingslaw Gait

    Kingslaw Gait

    Boreland Avenue, Kirkcaldy, KY1 2DF
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £312,995 to £347,995
  • Merchant Quay

    Merchant Quay

    Salamander Street, Leith, EH6 7HR
    • 2 bedroom
    • £211,996 to £212,796
  • Coming soon
    Heron Bank

    Heron Bank

    South Fort Street, Leith, EH6 4DL
    • Coming soon
  • The Strand @ Portobello

    The Strand @ Portobello

    Fishwives Causeway, Portobello, EH15 1DF
    • 2 bedroom
    • £211,196 to £283,995
  • Huntingtower


    1 Charolais Lane, East Huntingtower, Perth, PH1 3JH
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £239,995 to £342,995
  • Coming soon
    Barratt @ West Craigs

    Barratt @ West Craigs

    Craigs Road, Edinburgh, EH12 0BB
    • Coming soon
  • St Clements View

    St Clements View

    Auburn Locks, Wallyford, EH21 8FE
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £279,995 to £382,995
  • Barratt @ St Clements Wells

    Barratt @ St Clements Wells

    Auburn Locks, Wallyford, EH21 8FE
    • 3 bedroom
    • £296,995 to £315,995
  • St Clements Brae

    St Clements Brae

    Auburn Locks, Wallyford, EH21 8FE
    • 3 bedroom
  • Caisteal Gardens

    Caisteal Gardens

    Seton Crescent, Winchburgh, EH52 6FQ
    • 4 bedroom
    • £344,995 to £396,995
  • Lime Grove

    Lime Grove

    Eliza Wigham Bow, Edinburgh, EH17 8WX
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £335,995 to £446,995
  • Gilmerton Heights

    Gilmerton Heights

    Bannerman Cruick, Edinburgh, EH17 8SH
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £335,995 to £406,995
  • Yew Gardens

    Yew Gardens

    Limeylands Road, Ormiston, EH35 5JF
    • 4 bedroom
    • From £365,995
  • Pentland View

    Pentland View

    Charles Wilson Avenue, Bilston, EH25 9SW
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £394,995 to £429,995
  • Harwood Park

    Harwood Park

    Limefields, Livingston, EH55 8QN
    • 4 bedroom
    • £357,995 to £381,995

Situated between the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Tay, the county of Fife is made up of towns such as DunfermlineKirkcaldy and Glenrothes, and villages such as Crail and Anstruther.

With history, culture and plenty of scenery, those choosing to buy a new home in Fife will have a variety of options.

Fife Attractions

Those moving to Fife will be able to take advantage of the area’s countryside, and embark on an active and healthy lifestyle. Mountains, lochs, hills and rivers make it a playground for adventurous types with walking, biking, horse riding and water sports all readily available. The 150km Fife coast path stretches from the Forth Estuary in the south to the Tay Estuary in the north, so you can don your hiking boots and enjoy striding through the scenery.

The historic town of St Andrews is situated on the northeast coast of Fife and boasts seven impressive golf courses. Known as the home of the sport, those choosing to buy a new home in the area will certainly be able to practice their swing and enjoy world-class facilities. It’s also home to the prestigious University of St Andrews – one of the most ancient universities in the world.

Dunfermline was once the ancient capital of Scotland and highlights of the area include Dunfermline Royal Palace, Dunfermline City Chambers and Dunfermline Abbey. For something different, the Scottish Gliding Centre is based on the shores of Loch Leven, near to the town, providing flying experiences for visitors. For time out, visit the Glen which has beautiful parkland, a children’s play area and lots of walking trails.

The Scottish Fisheries Museum can be visited in the village of Anstruther – famous for its award –winning fish and chips. Situated on the harbour, you’ll learn all about the story of fishing in Scotland over the years. Art enthusiasts will enjoy visiting the village of Pittenweem which is home to several galleries.

Fife Transport links

Fife’s close proximity to a number of Scotland’s major cities affords it great transport links.

If arriving by road from the south, on reaching Edinburgh, you’re directly connected to Fife by the Forth Road Bridge. From there, continue to Dunfermline and onto the A92 to take you further into Fife. When travelling from Glasgow and the west, take the M8 to Edinburgh and then travel on to Fife. If you are coming from Dundee or Aberdeen, you need to head for the Tay Road Bridge which connects the A92 to Fife.

Those arriving from Inverness and the north should follow the A9 from Inverness to Perth. Continue your journey down the M90 from either the A912 at the Bridge of Earn, or continue to Dunfermline on the A92.. Continue your journey down the M90 from either the A912 at the Bridge of Earn, or continue to Dunfermline on the A92.

Perth is also well connected by rail. There are a number of stations which have direct connections to other towns and cities in Scotland including Dundee, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Inverness and Glasgow. There are also links to major English towns and cities on the east and west coast.

When arriving by air, both Edinburgh Airport and Dundee Airport are around a 20 minute drive and offer domestic, national and international flights. Dundee Train Station is located just 5 minutes from the airport.