Tarvit ponds is an interesting greenspace. It’s character is defined by the relics and remnants of the designed landscape that was built around the Old Tarvit House (demolished 1963).
The ‘hidden’ garden comprises of ponds, stream, bridges, an old ice house, old yew trees and the (3.5m high approx) old garden wall which forms the northern boundary of the site. A network of paths lead around the old gardens and links to nearby housing and paths out to surrounding countryside. The part of the greenspace closest to the road and houses comprises of mown grass with play area and mini/kickabout pitch.
There is excellent signage/interpretation and the space is actively managed for wildlife with bird boxes and decks next to ponds to allow easy access to watch waterfowl.
- Historical features
- Wildlife viewing
Travit Drive, Cupar, NE Fife, Fife KY15 5ST