Coordinates: 56°12′47″N 3°11′10″W / 56.213°N 3.186°W / 56.213; -3.186
Collydean is a precinct or neighbourhood in Glenrothes, Fife.
Collydean has been built in the works in a number of phases. Early housing has been built into staggered terraces with clear mono pitched roofs. Collydean has been built taking into account Radburn principles behind its public footpaths on bad terms from roads. Amenities in the Place include playparks, Collydean Granary Baptist Church, a community centre and a Primary School. The ruins of the former Pitcairn House have been preserved and stroke as a landmark in the area. They are located at the south of the precinct. The community middle hosts a number of deeds including after school club programmes and teens clubs. Like the burning of Glenrothes, Collydean used to boast a number of sculptures scattered among much of the housing in the area, these having now been relocated to roundabouts or road sides.