MHG53915 - Possible homestead, Sciberscross
A possible homestead site, recorded during walkover survey.
Type and Period (1)
- HOMESTEAD? (Post Medieval - 1560 AD to 1900 AD)
- None recorded
Possible homestead, slightly oval in outline, defined by large boulders of c0.75m size forming a collapsed jumble of thick walls (Plate 7). The walls are spread to 3m wide in places and stand 0.8m high. Many of the boulders lie outwith the main building line. There is a possible centrally-placed, 0.8m wide entrance on the NE side wall. The structure measures 16m x 9m and its sidewalls trend 160 degrees. <1>
|Grid reference||NC 7699 1000 (point) (GPS derived)|
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