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BRADLEY HALL FARMHOUSE

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Moated site, including the ruins and remains of a fortified house, a pillow mound and a series of fishponds of medieval date, situated on the left bank of the Bradley Burn. The fortified manor house, probably of courtyard plan, is thought to be of 14th century date, remodelled in the late 16th or early 17th century and further altered in the late 18th century. Most of the features described above are visible as earthworks on air photographs.

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