Post Medieval Toll House on Stratford Road, Tredington

Description of this historic site

A toll house, where travellers would have paid a toll to use a toll road during the Post Medieval period. It is located 300m north west of Roundham Spinney.

Notes about this historic site

1 The Shipston section of the turnpike was constructed in 1729-30. A turnpike cottage was built at the Honington turn.
2 It is a two-storeyed brick building with stone facing in part. It has a tiled roof and there are drip-moulds over doors and windows.

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