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Pan Ha'

(Panhall)

Houses of Pan Ha' in Dysart restored by the National Trust for Scotland
©2016 Gazetteer for Scotland

Houses of Pan Ha' in Dysart restored by the National Trust for Scotland

A row of whitewashed cottages which now form a section of the village of Dysart in Fife, Pan Ha' (or Panhall) lies in the shadow of St. Serf's Tower, overlooking the Firth of Forth. Dating from the 16th to 18th centuries, these feature crow-stepped gables and terracotta pantiled roofs. Although privately owned, they were externally restored 1968-69 under the auspices of the National Trust for Scotland's Little Houses Scheme, by architect W. Schomberg Scott (1910-98). Unfortunately Scott destroyed the interiors in the name of modernisation.


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