Although his work in Lundin Links fails to get a mention in official lists of his work, this blog has established that he was architect for the 1858 Lundin Mill School and was part of the 'team' responsible for the Standard Life development of the village at that time. It is highly likely that he had a hand in other buildings erected around that time in the village. As James Campbell Walker was designing houses such as 'Bourtree Brae House' and 'Homelands', Milne might well have been responsible for other contemporary villas. It would seem likely that 'Haworth', neighbour to 'Homelands', off Leven Road could be the work on Milne.
Looking at some of Milne's other works gives an insight to his style. Below are images of some of his best known buildings, namely (clockwise from top left) Fettercairn Arch (1863), Fettercairn Public Hall (1891), Duncan Institute Cupar (1869), and Westerlee St Andrews (1865). The Dictionary of Scottish Architects describes Milne as "a very competent Gothic designer", "geometrical" and "an inventive neo-Jacobean and Scots Baronial architect of the Bryce school".