The site of a park, including features such as a sundial, walks, kitchen garden and terrace, dating to the Imperial period. The park is marked on the Ordnance Survey maps of 1886 and 1906. It is located 800m south west of Buckley Green.
Grounds and gardens which date to the Imperial period. The gardens include a kitchen garden, walks, lakes and a crinkle-crankle or serpentine wall. The gardens are associated with Brailes House.
Pleasure grounds; kitchen garden; paddocks.
Pleasure grounds created in the Imperial period at Ettington Vicarage, to the north of the village. Features include walks, a kitchen garden, a paddock park and boundary planting.
Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Parkland surrounding Foxcote House, Lark Stoke is shown on 19th century maps of 1822 and 1884.
Recommended for inclusion on Register by Lovie
The site of a landscape park, kitchen garden and formal garden dating to the Post Medieval to Imperial period. The features include a temple dating to the same period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and is located at Honington Hall.
Loxley Hall grounds, a park dating from the Imperial period, now incorporating modern gardens. Part of the parkland is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886/7. The grounds are situated to the north of Loxley.
Ratley allotments which were created during the Imperial period. They were situated 400m south east of Edge Hill and are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Originally a walled garden divided into N and S section by a fruit wall. N section developed in 1909 and building in S section c. 1970.
Recommended crinkle crankle wall and other early C19th brick garden walls for listed building status by Lovie.
The site of a park created in the Imperial period and marked on the Ordnance Survey maps of 1886 and 1906. It appears to have been extended at a later date and features a kitchen garden, avenue and gatehouse. It is located 900m of the church, Southam.