"Drummochy, by Leven - Land to be let for any number of years, not exceeding nineteen, the farms of Muirton of Lundin and Sunnybraes of Lundin, lying within the Parish of Largo, in the Shire of Fife. "
It went on the describe Sunnybraes as being "remarkably convenient for sheep". Originally, not part of any village, Sunnybraes was considered closest to the village of Drummochy back in the 18th century. Produce from the farm may well have been transported using the port at Drummochy. With the creation of the railway station so close to the farm, I imagine rail must have been used at some point as well. Over time, the expansion of Lundin Links saw land use shift away from farming in this particular area.