The Coach House, Churchover, Warwickshire

Description of this historic site

Post-medieval and later features associated with the shelter shed at The Coach House

Notes about this historic site

1 A cobbled floor and yard surface of closely-set rounded pebbles of unknown date was revealed beneath the modern gravel surface. Two postholes were recorded on the line of the open front of the shed, one of them having a cut-off post in situ, each measuring c.0.5m across and 0.5m deep. These formerly supported the roof but were superseded by the present roof supports which are set slightly further back within the building. A further posthole was recorded inside the shed, just below the centre of the second roof truss. Below the line of the front of the building a pit was recorded at least 0.8m across by 0.6m deep. It contained a number of glass bottles, pottery and ironwork.
2 Noted in West Midlands Archaeology.

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