Remains of a building thought to be the refectory of Merevale Abbey, a dining hall where the monks would have eaten their meals. It is Medieval in origin and is located on the south side of Abbey Farm.
North east of Middleton Hall lies a Post Medieval timber framed building with a projecting staircase wing and an 18th century bell turret. Two stone chimneys may date to the Medieval period.
The site of Minions Wharf, a canal wharf and basin where vessels would have loaded and unloaded goods. It was constructed during the Imperial period and was situated 50m west of Coleshill Road, Atherstone.
Polesworth Vicarage, which was built during the Imperial period. The building incorporates some Medieval elements. It is situated 200m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
The site of Post Medieval buildings and a well which were found during an archaeological excavation. The site was located in Icknield Street, Bidford on Avon.
Ragley Needle Mill, a watermill which was in use from the Medieval period as a corn mill and converted to a needle mill during the Imperial period. It is situated east of Birmingham Road, Alcester.
The remains of Roman settlement were found during archaeological work in Gas House Lane, Alcester. Evidence of timber buildings, including pits and post holes, was found. Finds from the site included Roman jewellery and coins.
Ryton House and its associated gardens which date to the Imperial period. They are situated to the south east of Ryton on Dunsmore.Register entry (for garden) recommended for review by Lovie.
The site of Goodrest Lodge, a Medieval/Post Medieval manor house with double moat, bridge, fishponds and well. Remains of these features are visible as earthworks. On excavating the site, walls and floors were revealed. It is situated at Leek Wootton.
The site of a pottery kiln dating to the Roman period, which is known from finds of pottery. The site is located 800m north west of Turner's Green.