Easter Cash

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Building summary
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Name Easter Cash Farm
Address Strathmiglo
Postcode KY14 7RJ
Other names
Date Late 19th century
Architect Possibly John Kinross
See map Map B
OS grid ref NO 23357 09342 (house)
NO 23330 09401 (steading)
Latitude & longitude 56°16′13″N 3°14′21″W (house)
56°16′15″N 3°14′23″W (steading)

Easter Cash is a farm on the A912, between the Pillars of Hercules and Strathmiglo. It is in the Parish of Strathmiglo, but is included here as being within the Falkland Estate.

HES listing details (house)[1]
Reference: LB43885 Date: 19/02/1997 Category: B
Address/Site Name

Falkland Estate, Easter Cash Farmhouse with boundary walls, gatepiers and gates


Late 19th century. 2-storey, 3-bay, crowstepped, Scottish 17th century style farmhouse, extended to side and rear. Red ashlar sandstone and coursed rubble; harled to rear. Base and eaves courses. Some stop- chamfered arrises. [The description continues]

Statement of special interest

The roofline suggests the land [? hand] of John Kinross, then working at Falkland Palace

HES listing details (steading)[2]
Reference: LB43884 Date: 19/02/1997 Category: B
Address/Site Name

Falkland Estate, Easter Cash Farm


Mid to later 19th century. Single and 2-storey, gabled farm steading of 8-bay granary and cartshed to NE and linked right-angled ranges to SE flanking courtyard; 5-bay linked parallel range to SW. Squared and snecked, coursed and random sandstone rubble with droved and stugged quoins. Cart arch piers of sandstone ashlar with weathered stop- chamfered arrises. Boarded timber doors. Varied roofing [The description continues]

Statement of special interest

A particularly fine, substantial post Improvement steading.

Former residents

James Tod (early 20th century)[3]

Further references

The more extensive of the [Falkland Estate] holdings are Woodmill (Mr Geo. Dun’s), Falkland Wood (Mr Alex. Shanks‘, a pupil of Mr Henry Thomson Percival, who recently succeeded Mr John Lawson), Easter Cash (Mr Jas. Tod’s), Westfield (Mr Barry Ogilvie’s), Wester Cash (Mr Thos. Philp‘s), Plains (Mr Wm. Ritchie‘s), &c. [3]


  1. HES record for LB43885
  2. HES record for LB43884
  3. 3.0 3.1 Dundee Courier, 11 March 1908, quoted in Playfair and Burgess, page 225.