Lundin Links is most well-known for its two golf courses as well as its impressive standing stones cluster. Three huge monoliths dating from the 2nd millennium BC form a megalithic circle, located on the outskirts of the town.
Along with its close neighbours of Lower and Upper Largo, its population is about 2,500. Previously employment would had been provided by a number of collieries and the power station at Methil. However as industry has moved on, many locals now commute to the likes of Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and Edinburgh for work.
With an abundance of period detached and semi-detached stone built villas, Lundin Links sits in Largo Bay and enjoys impressive views over the First of Forth.
When the Mills family moved into their home, they fell in love with the uninterrupted views of the stunning Fife coastline. The only drawback was that the Scottish climate meant they seldom got outside to enjoy it.
The Mills were looking for a conservatory that would connect them with their garden and the view, while also protecting them from the elements. We think the choice of design is perfect, with doors right along the front of the room, and stepped walls to both sides.
So, when the weather is good they can open up the whole conservatory – a fantastic space for socialising with their friends. “We’re able to really enjoy our view of the coastline and our garden.” The design has surpassed their expectations, allowing them to really enjoy the view right into the evening, under the crystal clear, self-cleaning and heat-reflecting SmartGlass roof.
Another breath taking view framed by a CR Smith conservatory.