Building Remains, Tubby’s Head, St. Agnes; Devon and Cornwall
At the southern end of the platform 96777, against the hill-slope, are the remains of a building orientated east-west. It measures internally 5m long and 3m wide. Its eastern and southern walls are cut into the hill-slope. The clearest fragments of walling are on the northern, southern and western sides. The eastern wall has only a fragment of surviving wall, and survives mainly a stone and earth bank, 1.3m high. The walls survive between 0.3m high to 1.3m high and are constructed of horizontally and vertically laid stone rubble, approximately 0.8m wide. There is a possible entrance in the north western corner of the building. In the rear wall of the building there is a recess built into the wall, which may be the remains of a narrow flue.