Cruck Building, 24 Bond End, Monks Kirby

Description of this historic site

The remains of a Medieval cruck house found during an excavation, together with other related features of medieval date. The house was situated at Bond End, Monks Kirby.

Notes about this historic site

1 Remains of a 15th/16th century cruck building found during excavation, together with other medieval features. The building that formerly stood on this site was a Grade II* Listed Building called Catkins Cottage, recorded of probable 15th century date. The ground plan, cross section and Bond End elevation were surveyed in 1972, and two cruck trusses were recorded. The building was demolished in August 1983 after it fell into disrepair and became a dangerous structure.Various features, including a boundary ditch, gullies, pits were recorded during evaluation on this site in 1999.

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