A house originally built during the Post Medieval period and is surrounded by a park. There were additions and alterations made to the house in the Imperial period. It has recently been renovated and restored and is situated in Ullenhall.
Phase two in the building of Kenilworth castle included the a great keep and a curtain wall with towers that were built during the mid to late 1100s and early 1200s.
The Church of St Margaret was built during the Medieval period and has been drastically restored during the Imperial period. It is situated in Hunningham.
Linear features and sub-circular features of unknown date and function are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are located 400m south east of Junction 15, M40.
Phase one of the building of Kenilworth Castle shows that it was originally built as a motte and bailey castle from 1122 onwards . The motte is still visible as an earthwork, inside the later great keep.
The Roman town of Alcester, originally a fort, which was surrounded by a defensive rampart. The town comprised an industrial zone in the Birch Abbey area, a residential area to the east, and several cemeteries.
A small circular earthwork of unknown date and function is visible on aerial photographs. It is situated 350m west of the Marchfont Brook, north east of Lower Quinton.
Cobbled surface and pit of probable 19th century date. Pit may have been a privy.
A cobbled sandstone surface of probable post-medieval date was found in a service trench to the west of the Chapel as it was converted to ancillary domestic accomodation.
Archaeological features of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are situated 1km south west of Boundary Farm.