Medieval Farmstead 420m East of Buck Rush Farm
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County Council (Unitary)
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland
SE696696 (469641, 516514)
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Earthwork remains of a Medieval farmstead located 420 metres east of Buck Rush Farm west of a wooded valley on the north east fringe of the North York Moors. The remains include a square enclosure bounded by a low bank with a slight internal ditch evident on the east side. A number of irregular earthworks are visible within this enclosure. The north west of the enclosure has been destroyed by later digging of a pond. Into the southern slope of the spur below the enclosure are a series of terraces. In the post Medieval period the site was used as a hunting lodge. Scheduled.
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