Low Cleughs Bastle, 580m Nne of Low Leam Farm
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County Council (Unitary)
Northumberland County Council
SJ878878 (387770, 586734)
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Bastle between Low Leam and High Leam, thought to be 16th/early 17th century in date, surviving as a roofless structure. The ground and first floors were entered via doorways in the long south wall, set one above the other. The upper storey windows were formerly blocked by iron bars. There are numerous earthworks visible around the bastle. These are depicted on the 1860 OS map as a building, enclosures and paddocks.
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