Saddlers House

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Building summary
Saddlers 1.JPG View from south-west
Name Saddlers House
Address High Street, Falkland
Postcode KY15 7BU
Other names The Saddlers
Date 1771
See map Map T (7); Map D (23)
OS grid ref NO 25278 07423
Latitude & longitude 56°15′12″N 3°12′27″W
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HES listing details[1]
Category B
Reference / Date LB31259 / 01/12/1971
Address/Site Name The Saddlers, High Street

Dated 17GLBD71 at door lintel 2-storey, 3-window at first floor, whitewashed stucco with painted margins.

Statement of special interest:

'A' section of larger group (cont

1963 listing details[2]
Number: 7
Address/Site Name House, High Street, adjoining Post Office, westwards

2-storey: painted stucco and pantile: door lintel 17.GL.BD.71: altered

Saddlers House is a house on the north side of Falkland High Street, between Falkland Parish Church and Maspie House.

Further references

"The Saddlers before the churchyard is dated 1771."[3]

"On the north side of the High Street is an architectural sandwich: the Saddlers (1771) and St Andrew House, mid-18th century [...], reflect douce native architecture. In the middle the Gift Shop [...] is blatantly Gothic with timid battlements."[4]


  1. HES record for LB31259. The Statement of Special Interest seems to break off in the middle of a word.
  2. List of buildings, 1963.
  3. Gifford, Fife, page 219.
  4. Pride, Kingdom of Fife, page 87.

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