Site of an outbuilding shown on late 19th/early 20th century OS maps at Stoneside, Binton.
A small building shown on late 19th/early 20th century OS maps which was replaced or extended in the 20th century. Archaeological observation during topsoil stripping recorded the remains of this replacement outbuilding. The site is located at Stoneside, Binton.
1 A small building is shown on late 19th/early 20th century OS maps. This area once formed part of the property to the north-west. An aerial photograph taken in 1964 suggested that this building was replaced or extended in the 20th century; a large outbuilding or outbuildings appeared to have existed in this area. However, these are not shown on the 1966 OS map so it may have been demolished by this time.
2 Archaeological observation during topsoil stripping prior to the excavation of the foundation trenches for a new building recorded the remains of a brick outbuilding in the south-eastern part of the site. The bricks recorded probably dated from the mid-20th century, suggesting the rebuilding or enlargement of the 19th century outbuilding. The remains of a brick-built wall was revealed, at least five courses high. The majority of the bricks noted were machine-made and probably of mid-20th century date.