Packwood House and barn which were built during the Post Medieval period. The buildings are now in the ownership of the National Trust.
Barn shown on 1st Edition Ordnance Survey map.
Parts of this house date to the Post Medieval period and there is also a timber framed barn. It is situated at High Cross, Rowington.
A tithe barn built from timber and brick which is Post Medieval in date. It is situated 60m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
Farm buildings on first edition Ordnance Survey map.
mid 19th - mid 20th century, open fronted shelter shed, feed storage barn with cart access, brick built.
A set of agricultural buildings arranged along three sides of a farm courtyard.
The building dates to at least 1798, shown on the inclosure map of that date and is likely to be the same as the farmhouse to which is attached (late 17th century) as the stone coursing carries on from one building to another. It is likely that it has always been an agricultural building. No evidence for any earlier building was recorded when trenches were excavated within the building and outside it. The ground appears undisturbed in these areas, above the natural clay.
A barn dating to the Imperial period. It is situated on Church Street, Churchover.
Agricultural barn. Brick built timber framed building with slate or tile roof. Stone flagged floor, exposed internal timbers. Ground and upper access doors Eastern elevation, Barn door on Southern evevation. Brickwork spaced to accommodate doves in upper Western elevation.