Dun Parish Church is a B-Listed building surrounded by picturesque Scottish countryside. It is a small, wide building with a small tower in the centre of the east gable and a vestry to the rear. It was built in rough, pinned ashlar sandstone and has a slate roof. The church is located in the peaceful hamlet of Dun on the north side of the Montrose Basin and the building extends to approximately 130sqm internally (1 ,399 sq ft).
Dun is a hamlet located midway between Montrose and Brechin both of which offer excellent local amenities. It is close to Montrose Basin, a renowned nature reserve and wildlife centre, famed for its spectacular sunsets. The location of the church offers walks on the House of Dun Estate and the surrounding countryside features rolling farmland with the coastline featuring sandy bays and red sandstone cliffs. There are beaches at Montrose, St Cyrus and Lunan Bay.