Enclosed Settlement and Subsidiary Enclosure on East Slope of Brands Hill, 700m South West of the South Western Edge of Broom Crook Plantation


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Enclosed Settlement

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English Heritage

County Council (Unitary)

Northumberland County Council



Parliamentary Constituency


Grid Reference

SJ983983 (398252, 623997)

WGS84 Coordinates

55.5097, -2.02768

Nearest Postcode

NE71 6RE

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The remains of a Romano-British Homestead situated on the east slope of Brands Hill. The monument consists of two contiguous settlement enclosures deeply scooped into the hillside. The enclosures contain the remains of scooped courtyards and the stone foundations of a prehistoric building. An irregular shaped subsiduary enclosure is attached to the north west of the settlement enclosure. Scheduled.

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