Gardens at Avon Carrow surrounding a house built in the Imperial period. The gardens are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1923. They included mixed planting and an avenue of horse chestnut trees. The gardens cover an area in the south east of Avon Dassett.
The probable extent of settlement at Avon Dassett during the Medieval period which has been identified on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Medieval/Post Medieval ridge and furrow cultivation in Avon Dassett Parish. The remains are visible on aerial photographs. Elsewhere in the parish some remains are visible as earthworks.
The Church of St John the Baptist was Medieval in origin, with renovation in the Imperial period. It is situated 200m north north east of the Avon Dasset Post Office.
Dassett Field Farmhouse, a Post Medieval house with forecourt walls and corner pavilions.
Garden associated with late C17th/early C18th house.
Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Find of two medieval coins 500m southeast of Avon Dassett
Findspot - Neolithic or Bronze age flint artefacts were found 800m south west of Avon Dassett.
Findspot - fragments of pottery of unknown date were found 1km north east of Warmington.
A former continuation of Lower Terrace was recorded during a watching brief in Avon Dassett, with a further two cottages recorded. The cottages seem to have been standing in 1786 and had certainly been demolished some time before 1885.