This well preserved court tomb stands on a prominent height in an area of sand and gravel ridges. A shallow forecourt at the east end opens between tall portal stones (blocked by a fallen lintel) into a two-chamber burial gallery. One huge slipped capstone survives. Further west in the rectangular cairn are two small lateral chambers, originally reached between portal stones from the long sides of the cairn. The site has not been excavated, in contrast to nearby Creggandevesky.
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