Abbey Precinct Wall of Merevale Abbey
The remains of the precinct wall of Merevale Abbey which is Medieval in date. The site lies 220m south west of Abbey Farm.
1 Part of the precinct wall of Merevale Abbey survives, reinforced by hedge and fence to form field boundaries. Running SE from the parish church on the N side of Merevale Hall drive, it then turns NE to Double Pans Wood, where it is replaced by a wet ditch.
2 Included in SAM 21571. Most of the W, SW and SE boundaries are defined by ashlar masonry walling, whilst the N, NE and E sides were defined by artificial lakes. Sections of the derelict wall can still be seen standing to a height of 3.5m to the SE, S and NW of the conventual buildings.