Astley Castle, a house which was originally built during the Medieval period but was altered and added to at a later date. The house is surrounded by a moat. It is situated at Astley, 100m east of Church Lane.
A Medieval tower known as The Beacon. It has been suggested that it was originally used as a windmill and was later converted to a look-out tower. It stands on Windmill Hill, Burton Dassett.
Bramcote Hall, a house built from brick and dating to the Imperial period. It is located 850m northwest of Warton.
Compton Wynyates House, a Post Medieval moated manor house. The house was largely restored during the Imperial period. It is situated 1km south of Windmill Hill.
Cryfield Grange was almost entirely rebuilt during the Imperial period on its original Post Medieval foundations. It retains some architectural features from its earlier history. It is situated 1km north of Crackley.
Dordon Hall, a house built from red sandstone and one wing built in brick. The house is Post Medieval in date and is situated on Dunns Lane, Dordon.
Hillcrest Farm, a farmhouse that was built in the Imperial period. It is situated on Maypole Road, Warton.
The remains of Wroxall Priory, a nunnery founded in the Medieval period. The remains of two buildings exist on the site; the refectory or dining room; and the chapter house, where the nuns met to carry out business transactions. The site is 700m southwest of Wroxall Village.
A brick-built structure of 19th or 20th century date is visible on the bank of the Inchford Brook, with a sluice gate. Its purpose is unclear.
Wappenbury Hall, a house which was extended during the Imperial period from a small farm house and which has seen further extensions during the 20th century. It is situated 400m north east of the church, Wappenbury.