Moxhull Old Hall, a house which was built during the Medieval period and which later became an inn. It is situated 900m to the west of Cuttle Mill Farm.
Packwood House and barn which were built during the Post Medieval period. The buildings are now in the ownership of the National Trust.
A timber framed house which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated on the east side of Hartshill Hayes Country Park.
The current house known as Radway Grange was built in the Imperial period. The house lies 180m south east of St Peters Church, Radway.
Salford Hall, a house which was originally built during the Medieval period. It is situated in Abbott's Salford.
Shuckburgh Hall, a house first built in the later Medieval period in timber, which has been altered and added to during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. It is now partly timber framed and partly built in stone. It stands in Upper Shuckburgh.
The remains of The Priory, a Post Medieval house located in Priory Park. Information about the building has been retrieved from excavation, documents and the remains of the building left in the park. Much of it was dismantled and taken to America to be re-erected in 1925.
Teachers House dating from the Post Medieval period onwards, built of brick with stone dressings. It is situated on Coventry Road, Kingsbury.
A grade II listed building, a 16th century timber framed shop situated in Market Place, Atherstone.
A house dating to the Medieval and Post Medieval periods and identified from a building survey as being the earliest known building in Henley.