Casandamff,settlement and farmsteadSM5495
- Date Added
- Prehistoric domestic and defensive: hut circle, roundhouse, Secular: settlement, including deserted and depopulated and townships
- Local Authority
- NH 68218 82538
- 268218, 882538
Three hut circles which vary in size from 11-15m in diameter, all defined by stone walls up to 3.5m wide and 1m high and with entrances in the E. The farmstead consists of a five compartment long house with ancillary buildings, stock enclosures and dykes. The area to be scheduled measures 370m NE-SW by 170m to include the structures described above, as detailed in red on the attached map.
Statement of National Importance
The monument is of national importance as it consists of well-preserved prehistoric and post medieval settlements and field systems which have the potential to enhance our understanding of prehistoric and post medieval settlement and agriculture.
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