The settlement was discovered during the rescue research in the cadastre of Vysoká pri Morave from the Late Bronze Age. Most of the explored objects were post/column pits, in one case there appeared a storage pit, seven objects are representing not specified settlement pits. Fragmental findings from partially damaged post/column pits allow dating of this settlement to the older phase of the Middle-Danube Urnfield culture. It was possible to identify at least three ground planes of above-ground buildings, which, because of their size, were likely to be used as residential units. Their disposition is similar to other well-known buildings on the Late Bronze Age settlements in the Middle Danube area. Due to its atypical localization in the floodplain, this settlement represents a significant contribution to the settlement strategies of the Late Bronze Age.