Cut sandstone blocks have been unearthed on the periphery of the grounds belonging to Coleshill Manor, alongside the entrance road. They may indicate the remains of a boundary wall or gate.
A Post Medieval gate way which is situated at Newnham Paddox.
The gate piers which were built during the Post Medieval period as the entrance to a Post Medieval house in Butlers Marston. They are constructed of stone with moulded stone caps and ball-heads.
Post-medieval quarry or rubbish pits, possible 18th/19th century garden features, and a possible 19th or 20th century formal entrance, were recorded during evaluation trenching of the site. The site is located at Bread and Meat Close, Friars Street, Warwick.