SW452373 - I didn't have chance to visit this but it's mentioned in both Ian McNeil Cooke's 'Standing Stones of the Land's End' (1998 - Men-an-Tol Studio) and Craig Weatherhill's 'Belerion: Ancient Sites of Land's End' (Cornwall Books - 1981). A thick stout menhir 1.9/1.75m tall (accounts vary) stands in rough ground, and was excavated in 1935 by the West Cornwall Field Club. Near its foot two late Bronze Age urns (c1300-1000 BC) were uncovered, one placed inside the other on the East side of the stone on a small heap of charcoal, but no sign of cremation. Close by were traces of a late Bronze Age & early Iron Age settlement, of which two hut circles, along with their associated system of terraced fields, can still be seen. On private land.