Phase two in the building of Kenilworth castle included the a great keep and a curtain wall with towers that were built during the mid to late 1100s and early 1200s.
The precinct wall of Maxstoke Priory, which is Medieval in date. It is situated at Maxstoke.
Upper Skilts garden, dating from the Imperial to the 20th century. The garden features include a drive, pergola, terraces, rose garden and a tennis court. It is located 700m north east of Mappleborough Green.
Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Listed Building Status for surviving wrought-iron gate, gatepiers and doorway through fruit wall recommended by Lovie.
Features reflecting the 19th century housing developments along Dugdale Street and Chapel Street, as depicted on the 1887 OS map, were recorded at The Ropewalk, Chapel Street, Nuneaton.
The remains of the precinct wall of Merevale Abbey which is Medieval in date. The site lies 220m south west of Abbey Farm.
Admington Hall gardens, a private park and gardens attached to a property at the southern end of Admington. They incorporate 19th and 20th century design elements.
Recommended for inclusion as key site on Local List by Lovie
A boundary wall and a pit, both dating to the Imperial period were found during archaeological work. The features were situated near the church at Snitterfield.
Excavations revealed a boundary wall dating to the Imperial period. It may be the same wall marked on two maps dated 1788 and 1806. The site is just south of Warwick Castle Old Bridge.
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.
The site of a curtain wall, which was built during the Medieval and Post Medieval period. The stone wall surrounded the area inside the moat at the Pleasance, situated 1km west of the castle. The foundations of a building are still visible at the site.