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Watermill to E of Claverdon Station
1 An artificial watercourse extends SW from SP2164 and terminates in what was apparently a pool situated at SP2064. Adjoining the E side of the former pool at SP2064 is ...
The remains of a watermill dating to the Post Medieval period and later. The mill race survives as an earthwork. The site lies to the east of Claverdon Station.
Possible mill leat 200m NE of Claverdon Station
Probable mill leat. 1 An artificial watercourse extends SW from SP21046460 and ends in what was apparently a pool situated at SP20906442. 2 The remains of the mill race for WA 946 ...
The site of a possible mill leat dating from the Medieval to the Post Medieval period. It is visible as an earthwork. The leat is situated 200m north east of Claverdon Station.
Methodist Chapel, Yarningale Common, Claverdon
1 A Methodist Chapel is marked on the First Edition 6″ Ordnance Survey map.
A Methodist Chapel dating from the Imperial period is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It is situated at Yarningale Common.
Forge in Claverdon
1 A smithy is marked on the First Edition 6″ Ordnance survey map.
A forge which dates to the Imperial period is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was situated in Claverdon.
Barnmoor Wood Camp
1 In Barnmoor Wood are the remains of a small oval camp, situated upon the S edge of a slight elevation, with extensive views all round. The entrenchment appears to ...
Barnmoor Wood Camp, a hillfort dating to the Iron Age. The remains survive as earthworks. The site is located 500m west of Barnmoor Green.
Church of St Michael, Claverdon
1 Chancel with N organ chamber and S chapel; nave with N and S aisles; W tower. Tower is 15th century, restored 1930. S aisle added in 1830, N aisle ...
The church of St Michael which was originally built during the Medieval period. Alterations to the building were carried out in the Imperial period. The church is located in Claverdon.
Mill Mound on Yarningale Common
1 A circular mound with a double ditch on the highest part of Yarningale Common. The site of the windmill. 2 A mill mound. A single ditch is marked outside the ...
A windmill mound which is still visible as an earthwork. It was the base of a windmill during the Medieval period, and is situated on Yarningdale Common.
Post Medieval Tower 300m SW of Manor House, Claverdon
1 An isolated rectangular tower of three storeys said to have been the NW of four angle towers of the great house begun by Thomas Spencer (d1630). There are no ...
A tower dating to the Post Medieval period. It may be all that remains of what was once a larger building. The tower is situated 100m north west of Layland Plantation.
Site of Claverdon Park
1 The park at Claverdon is mentioned from 1297 onwards, but in a grant of 1561 it is called the disparked park of Claverdon. All that now remains is ...
The site Claverdon Park, a deer park dating to the Medieval period. It is known from documentary evidence. The deer park is located in the area of Claverdon.
Findspot - Neolithic or Bronze Age flint scraper, Claverdon.
1 Worked flint flake found during building operations. No disturbance of archaeological features was evident in the area indicated. The find is a natural flake of orange-brown ...
Findspot - a scraper flint dating to the Early Neolithic to the Late Bronze Age and was found 600m south east of Yarningale Coppice.
Cob-walled house on Yarningdale Common
1 A cob-walled house on Yarningdale Common was recorded. 2 There are no buildings at this grid reference on the OS 1:10 000. 3 The building was located on a walk-over survey ...
A cob walled house dating to the Post Medieval period. It is located on Yarningale Common.
Nunhold Grange garden, Claverdon, Warwick
1 Nunhold Grange garden, Claverdon, Warwick. Lovie reports a villa with pleasure grounds, walks, boundary planting, pool, kitchen garden. C19th shrubbery and conifer planting remaining in gardens at time of Lovie’s report ...
Villa with pleasure grounds, walks, boundary planting, pool, kitchen garden. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Claverdon Leys, Claverdon
1 2 Claverdon Leys, Claverdon, Stratford. Lovie reports parkland with boundary planting; terrace and pleasure grounds; kitchen garden. House demolished in 1958. Replaced by ranch-style house.
Parkland, pleasure grounds and terrace, kitchen garden.
Kington Grange garden, Claverdon
1 Kington Grange garden, Claverdon, Stratford. Lovie gives few details other than a walled garden and pond.
Walled garden with pond.
Barn at Valley Farm, Buttermilk Lane, Yarningale Common
1 Stone barn, conversion works were started so very little functional evidence apparent for the building.
Agricultural barn. Brick built timber framed building with slate or tile roof. Stone flagged floor, exposed internal timbers. Ground and upper access doors Eastern elevation, Barn door on Southern evevation. Brickwork spaced to accommodate doves in upper Western elevation.
Outbuilding, Kington Grange, Kington Lane, Claverdon
1 An agricultural outbuilding at Kington Grange, Kington Lane, Claverdon. A photogoraphic record was submitted to the HER with regard to proposed redevelopment of the buildings.
An agricultural outbuilding at Kington Grange, Kington Lane, Claverdon.
Moat 200m S of Church, Claverdon.
1 A site near the church surrounded by a deep moat. 3 The moat has been filled in since reference 1. 4 The moat is about 40m by 40m. The ditch is ...
A moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building, of Medieval origin. It survives as a faint earthwork, and is situated 150m south of the church at Claverdon.
Claverdon House grounds
1 Earthwork remains of garden features – terraces, ponds, adjacent to early 17th century stone tower in 19th century. Early 19th century drawing by Saunders shows timber framed building by ...
Gardens associated with Claverdon House. They date to the Post Medieval and Imperial periods and are situated 100m south west of Claverdon Manor. Earthworks are shown on the Ordnance Survey maps of 1886 and 1926. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
1 The whole of this wood of 8ha overlies large and possibly Medieval ridge and furrow so it is clearly a secondary wood. There is a large holloway within the ...
Hanging Wood, a managed woodland, possibly dating back to the Medieval period. A hollow way runs along the edge of it and there are earthworks of ridge and furrow. It is situated 400m north of Tattle Bank.
Claverdon Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the Medieval settlement, based on the first edition 6″ Ordnance Survey map, 32 SW 1886. 2 Watching brief held during groundworks to side of Glebe House. ...
The possible extent of the Medieval settlement at Claverdon as suggested by the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Ardencote grounds, Claverdon
1 House, 1876, by Penrose, surrounded by grounds comprising formal gardens with terraces and pleasure grounds with mixed plantings and walks. Features include: a kitchen garden; shrubbery; pond and new ...
Formal gardens and pleasure grounds of Ardencote House which date to the Imperial period. An outstanding parterre survives. They are situated 1km south west of Great Pinley. Recommended for inclusion on Local List as key site (parterre) by Lovie
Site of Medieval House near The Stone Tower, Caverdon.
1 An illustration of 1820 shows a Medieval half-timbered house close to the Tower at Claverdon (PRN 1101). 2 From the illustration the house has been sited at SP2065. The site ...
The possible site of a Medieval house is suggested by documentary evidence. The site is located 100m north west of Leyland Plantation.
Site of Post Medieval Manor House nr The Stone Tower, Claverdon.
1 Thomas Spencer built a ‘very fair house’ at Claverdon, ‘and for the great Hospitality which he kept thereat, was the mirrour of this County’. 2 The stone Tower (PRN 1101) ...
The site of a Post Medieval manor house which is suggested by documentary evidence. The site is located 100m north west of Leyland Plantation.
Site of Claverdon House
1 Thomas Spencer’s great house (PRN 6282) may never have been completed on the scale proposed. Part of the site was already occupied by a house which was described in ...
The site of Claverdon House, a Post Medieval manor house. It was situated 100m north west of Leyland Plantation.
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