The gate way in a church wall that was built in the Post Medieval period. The gate way led a path from the church at Chesterton to the manor house which was demolished in 1802.
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.