An Architectural and Archaeological Survey of Crake Trees, Crosby Ravensworth, Cumbria. Survey Report

Author(s): Christopher Dunn, Ian Goodall, Amy Lax, Simon Taylor, Nicola Wray

Between December 1999 and March 2000 English Heritage carried out an archaeological survey and investigation of a derelict medieval house called Crake Trees and its environs situated near Appleby in Cumbria. The survey revealed that the vaulted southern wing of the house, dating to the 14th century, is all that survives of the medieval house. The medieval hall had its own fishpond, possibly with garden terraces, and was accompanied by a number of small enclosures, one containing the remains of later quarrying. (This was report number 2/2000 in a previous series)

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