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Balmblae is an area to the north of Falkland, beyond the Balmblae Burn which formed the northern boundary of the Royal Burgh of Falkland.

Historically Balmblae (sometimes spelt Balinblae) was a separate barony (feudal estate). In 1858 Margaret Tyndall Bruce purchased Balmblae, which thus became part of the Falkland Estate, although it was never part of the Royal Burgh.[1]

See map: Map D (6).

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Houses in Balmblae are:

A number of other houses, formerly in Balmblae, have been demolished. [2]


  1. McIlroy, page 48.
  2. Page 13 of The Big Book of Falkland: map of the former houses, and notes on who lived there.