Three Medieval moated enclosures, in an L-shape, forming Manorial site. Northern rectangular enclosure is the largest and measures 75m by 45m surrounded by a flat bottomed ditch measuring 18m wide and 2.5m deep. The southern enclosure has a dry V-shaped ditch measuring 12m wide and 2m deep. There is another enclosure to the east of the northern enclosure separated from it by a counterscarp. The enclosure measuring 80m by 20m with a 0.4m high raised platform. Six causeways crossed the ditch. The north east corner moat has been filled in.
Possible Roman fort.
Roman pottery found on the site.
1066 c; Lands given to Hardwin de Scalers by William I.
1086 Lands held by Hardwin de Scalers. He had a residence on the site.
1143 c; Possibly built during the Anarchy.
12 C Possibly still owned by the Scalers family.
12–13 C Finds on site date from including wall plaster.
1279 Freehold estate held by John de Caxton.
1312 Documented as the dower house of Lady Eleanor de Fraville.
18 C Farmhouse
1971 Field Investigation.