Kirkcaldy looks out over the very mouth of the Firth of Forth, with a clear line of site across the waters to North Berwick on the opposite shore. Though Glenrothes may claim to be the centre of Fife for many beaurocratic and council purposes, it is Kirkcaldy that proudly swoops the title of the biggest town in the county which calls itself a kingdom.
As a result, Kirkcaldy finds itself as the urban centre for many smaller nearby towns – not just Glenrothes but also towns such as Cowdenbeath and Burntisland. Kirkcaldy itself looks to its southern neighbour Edinburgh for city amenities. Though it does have plenty of its own: Kirkcaldy boasts a theatre, a museum, and art gallery and the Adam Smith college, named after the famed writer of 'The Wealth of Nations', who was born in this town.
With four secondary and twelve primary schools, Kirkcaldy offers plenty of choice. Parents with young children looking for flats in Kirkcaldy certainly need not worry about a lack of amenities. And when you use Lettingweb to search for flats, you know that you're safe from the hassle and dangers of rogue and dodgy landlords – we only deal with recognised letting agents.