A small northern peripheral district of Glenrothes in Fife, Coul comprises a private housing estate lying 1½ miles (2.5 km) north of the town centre. Shown as farm buildings on the First Edition of the Ordnance Survey map (1856), Coul Steading was B-listed in 1979 but partially demolished in 1995. The Coul Burn descends from the Coul Reservoir, before becoming the Balbirnie Burn. Coul Den is now a local nature reserve. The streets take their names from Scottish lochs (Calder, Fyne, Garry, Kishorn, Laggan, Loyne, Maree, Moidart, Morlich, Rimsdale and Tanna).

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