Whiteburn Viewforth - New build homes in Kirkcaldy
Energy efficient, contemporary new build homes in Kirkcaldy, Fife.
Designed for modern life.
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Welcome to Viewforth
Whiteburn are creating a vibrant, contemporary residential development of 72 Private for sale and 15 Affordable homes to rent new build homes in the grounds of the former Viewforth High School, located on Loughborough Road, Kirkcaldy.
Viewforth offers a range of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom new build homes for sale
New home owners will have a fantastic opportunity to live in this sought after established residential area of Kirkcaldy, Fife. Viewforth is located within 10 minutes walk of local shops, schools, Ravenscraig Park and the historic Dysart Harbour. Its within 20 minutes walk of the Town Centre, Railway Station and Victoria Hospital.
Take a look around our Oliphant Show Home
Take a look around our Dow Show Home
Welcome to our DOW home.
This home is one of the first we designed when creating our Whiteburn range of homes. Our Director of Design & Delivery, Roger Bainbridge, who designed this home likens it to a Fiat 500 – it might be small, but its full of style and ‘pretty cool’,
The design of the Dow set the principles we use for all our homes, we wanted to create open plan family homes, with lots of natural light providing flexible spaces for our owners to live and enjoy.
We love an entrance space, we think it’s important to have a space when you come home, somewhere take off shoes and coats, drop bags – put on your slippers, your socks, your baffies and be home. A space to welcome visitors and answer your door.
We know life creates stuff – vacuum cleaners, ironing boards, bags, sports kit, Christmas decorations – we’ve made sure this house and all our homes have handy cupboards and storage.
Our homes are designed by us – we think Roger has done a great job! This home has been built by Charlie, Kenny and Michael together with our great team of local subcontractors and suppliers.
We hope you enjoy it and choose to become a Whiteburn homeowner, please speak to Toria and our sales team to find out more….
Meet your Dream Home
With every home we design, we aim to meet the demands of modern family life, that’s why each new home features an open-plan ground floor layout to utilise the space to suit your unique way of living.
All properties feature open plan kitchen/dining space and include a variety of high quality cabinets, handles and worktops. Our kitchens come in a variety of door colour choices and worktops to suit your own interior design. All appliances come as standard and are included in the price of your home.
We offer a choice of tiling and countertops, to give a sleek hotel bathroom feel with a shower fitted over the bath and tiling to all walls around the bath area to the ceiling as standard.
Our houses have dual control heating systems for the ground and upper floor – with the control for the upstairs in the master bedroom.
Latest Viewforth Update
Progress on site from October 2022 – July 2023
What People Say About Us
I have found Whiteburn to be a very professional organisation who have produced a high quality construction backed up by a very helpful, courteous Customer Care Staff.Iain – Parkview, Dundee
Friendly service with fantastic communication throughout. The finish quality is excellent and the aftercare service has been exceptional.Janette – Ashludie House, Monifieth
Everyone’s been so helpful… Throughout the process the quality of information supplied and standard of service from the whole team at Caerlee Mill has been excellent. We expected a quality home and we’ve not been disappointedJim and Jennifer – Caerlee Mill, Innerleithen
…Getting the keys was so exciting because we had never seen the inside of our house. Everything was just a bit better and bigger than we had imagined that it would be. In terms of standout features, we love the use of space, the use of natural light is amazing, and the practicality of the layout means every space is maximisedLindsey – Caerlee Mill, Innerleithen
Viewforth – the perfect place for Fife coastal living..
Whiteburn are creating 72 new private homes for sale; a range of two, three and four bedroom houses and cottage flats, each one thoughtfully designed by our team. Every detail of the masterplan has been carefully considered, respecting the integrity of the existing space and setting has been of utmost importance throughout the whole creative process.We will also building 15 affordable homes for rent for Kingdom Housing Association.
We think Viewforth is the perfect place for coastal town living, in this established Kirkcaldy community, with easy transport links to Fife, Edinburgh and Tayside.
Viewforth welcomed its first new home owners in January 2023.
Viewforth is situated on the north eastern end of the Lang Toun of Kirkcaldy, nestled in a quiet residential area. The town of Kirkcaldy has plentiful local amenities ranging from restaurants, cafes, bars, high street shops including a large retail park and the major supermarkets you’d find in any large town. The town has many large parks, beaches, a harbour and a castle to explore, as well as the Fife coastal route on your doorstep. It is the home of; Raith Rovers Football team, Fife Flyers Ice Hockey team, and the largest collection of Scottish Colourist paintings at the fabulous Kirkcaldy Art Gallery (and great scones).
Kirkcaldy is close to the A92 major link road, and the East Neuk of Fife.
The development is well placed for access to schooling at primary and secondary level, and the local Fife College is in the heart of the town.
The main hospital nearby the Viewforth development is the Victoria Hospital.
Kirkcaldy is situated on the east coast of Scotland, and is the second largest settlement in Fife, and ranks 11th most populous area in Scotland.
Viewforth High School first opened its doors to the pupils on 1 September 1908 with 176 boys and 194 girls enrolled in the school. The school welcomed its first female teachers, during the first world war, due to the shortage of male teachers.
Some of our new house types are named in recognition of prominent Kirkcaldy figures.
Sinclairtown Primary School
Tel: 01592 583 455
St Maries R C Primary School
Tel: 01592 583 459
Viewforth High School
Windmill Community Campus
Tel: 01592 583 408
St. Andrews RC High School
ST ANDRE Overton Road
Tel: 01592 583 407
Fife college was founded in the town as Kirkcaldy Technical School in 1939 and offers more than 200 courses through its three campuses.
St Brycedale Campus, St Brycedale Avenue
University of Dundee operates a campus of its School of Health Sciences the town, formed by merger with the former Fife College of Health Studies in 1996.
University of Dundee
01382 388 534
Victoria Hospital, NHS Fife, Kirkcaldy
Tel: 01592 643355
Path House Medical Centre
Path House, 7 Nether St,
Tel: 01592 805100
Kirkcaldy Health Centre
Tel: 01592 642178
The Real Good Dental Company Ltd
Office 12 Flex Space, Mitchelston Industrial Estate
Tel: 07966 150438
Harper Bell & Partners Dental Practice
1-7 Redburn Wynd
Tel: 01592 260537
- Morrisons, Asda, Lidl, Tesco (and more)
- Numerous bakers
- Numerous butchers
- Cafés & pubs/hotels
- Restaurants with cuisines from local to around the world
- Art galleries & picture framer
- Antiques shops
- Charity shop (local fundraising)
William Oliphant Hutchison, was a Scottish portrait and landscape painter who was born in Kirkcaldy. In his career he was the Director of the Glasgow School of Art, and also was commissioned to paint Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Eastbank House which is on the our site of Viewforth, Kirkcaldy was owned by his family.
William Sinclair, Earl of Orkney and Caithness, completed the build of Ravenscraig Castle and Dysart House, Kirkcaldy.
The Viewforth Development is built on the site of the previous Viewforth Public School, which was opened in September 1908. The first headteacher of the school was Mr Gregor McGregor.
The land for the town’s museum and art gallery was donated by John Nairn (the grandson of the linoleum manufacturer, Michael Nairn) on the former site of Balsusney House, the home of John Maxton.
The other property types are taken from our development, Caerlee Mill, Innerleithen.
Caerlee Mill was built between 1788 and 1790 at the behest of Traquair-born Alexander Brodie to manufacture woollen cloth. It was the first water-powered textile mill to be built in the Borders and the Mill Lade still runs through the development.
After Brodie’s death in 1811, the factory was rented to David Ballantyne in the 1820s, and during the 1830s the Dow brothers used it to manufacture tartan material and fancy shawls for the Glasgow market. The mill remained the property of Brodie’s estate until 1839 when it was sold to the Galashiels company, Messrs Gill & Sime.