Much of the west side of Cross Wynd was demolished to form Brunton Green.
Until the drainage works in 1901, a burn ran down the centre of the Wynd, bringing yellow sand from the hill. Housewives would bring their pots and pans here to wash and scour them.
From north to south, the houses on the east side are:
- Seton House
- The Corrie (incorporating Bonnie Boo Kids)
- "House (Mrs Lilias Chisholm), Cross Wynd" (not identified)
- The Wynd
- Wynd Cottage (1 Parliament Square)
- 2 Parliament Square
- The Smiddy (3 Parliament Square
- The Shien (4 Parliament Square)
- Cross Wynd Cottage
(Horsemarket is here)
"In Cross Wynd ... harled C17 and C18 houses, one [The Corrie] with a round-headed blind window in the chimney gablet, another [The Corrie (southern extension)] dated 1686 and a third [Cobblestones] dated 1764."
- A Falkland Guide, page 9.
- Gifford, Fife, page 220.