A boathouse which is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was situated in the grounds of Compton Verney House.
Boughton Endowed School which was built during the Post Medieval period. The school building has now been converted into houses. They are situated on Vicarage Lane, Dunchurch.
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.
The remains of a brick wall were uncovered during archaeological work in Broad Street, Brinklow. The wall was of Post Medieval date.
Brailes House, a house dating to the Post Medieval period. It possibly stands on site of an earlier manor house. The house is situated in Orchard Close, Brailes.
A demolished brick wall, dating to the Medieval and Post Medieval periods and possibly an original garden wall. There were also Post Medieval yard surfaces. The features were found 700m north east of Cracknut Hill during archaeological work.
An undated handmade brick wall was uncovered during archaeological works in Chapel Lane Rugby. Structural relationships on site indicate that the wall is pre-19th century.
A wall foundation of mortared modern brick was uncovered during water mains renewal works. The wall foundation lies on the south side of Chapel Street just opposite the junction with Priory Road, Warwick.
A timber framed house built during the Post Medieval period with a barn of the same period. It is situated at High Cross.
Brownsover Hall, a house that was built during the Imperial period. It is now in use as a hotel. The house is situated to the north of Leicester Road, Brownsover.