Formal gardens around house with terraces, pool. Parkland to E and S. Gardens survive in outline only after house rescued from dereliction in 1981.Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie, as an important example of a garden design by Harold Peto.
Burmington Manor gardens, Burmington, Stratford.Lovie gives no details other than the house has C13th origins, altered in C16th and C19th.
Formal gardens surrounding Upton House, mainly dating to the 20th century. The gardens may overlie formal gardens which surrounded the Post Medieval house.
The remains of Hill Close Pleasure Gardens which date to the Imperial period. A reduced area of the gardens survives, together with some original features. It is situated to the south of Linen Street, Warwick.
Recommendation by Lovie to review Register entry.
Two formal gardens, one dating from the Imperial period and the other to the 20th century. Both are located at Honington Hall.
Excavations at Coughton Court uncovered layers dating from the Imperial period. The features were related to the destruction of the east range and infilling of the moat, a former bridge over the moat, a garden feature and a leat.
Ladbroke Hall grounds, a park dating from the Post Medieval to the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey maps of 1886 and 1906. The pleasure gardens consisted of a formal canal, lake and kitchen garden.
The site of a cottage garden associated with the house formally known as Mary Arden's house. The garden was created in the 1930s and is situated in Wilmcote.
Park with lakes, boundary planting, pleasure grounds, kitchen garden. More designed elements and formal planting than the original deer park.Recommended for inclusion in the Register by Lovie
Formal gardens laid in formal style around an early 20th century house, demolished in 1959; but a lodge survives. The gardens are located at Moreton Paddox.