The possible extent of the Medieval settlement of Kineton, as suggested by the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. Kineton is considered a 'typical' example of medieval urban failure.
A boundary wall was found during archaeological work, which may have run along the same line as a Medieval property boundary. The majority of finds and other features found dated to the Imperial period. The site is situated at Warburton's Scrapyard, Stratford on Avon.
A number of cut features and a wall, indicating Medieval burgage plot boundaries, together with evidence of back-plot activity, were recorded during evaluation at Coten End.
Two segments of ditch were recorded during an archaeological evaluation carried out to the rear of the Red Lion. They were at right angles and parallel to the main road through the village, suggesting that both may have functioned as plot boundaries. They were filled with a post-medieval domestic assemblage.