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Monument Number 1241201

Hob Uid: 1241201
Location :
Grid Ref : NZ0951084330
Summary : A bastle situated in gardens north east of Low Angerton House. The bastle is constructed of large roughly shaped and roughly coursed stone blocks, and measures 10.5 metres east-west by 6.7 metres, with walls standing to a maximum height of 2.5 metres. It comprises the lower part of the west wall and 4 metre to 5 metre lengths each of the north and south walls; the east wall is traceable as a slight earthwork and at the south east a corner stone is visible through the turf. The standing walls are built on a boulder plinth. In the centre of the west wall is a blocked byre doorway with a semicircular arched head cut from two large blocks of stone. There is a drawbar tunnel in the north jamb and two iron hinges in the south jamb.
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Source details : 06-Jul-99
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Monument Types:
Monument Period Name : Post Medieval
Display Date :
Monument End Date : 1699
Monument Start Date : 1550
Monument Type : Bastle
Evidence : Demolished Building

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External Cross Reference Source : Scheduled Monument Legacy (National No.)
External Cross Reference Number : 31722
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External Cross Reference Source : National Monuments Record Number
External Cross Reference Number : NZ 08 SE 33
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