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Stoneleigh Abbey Gatehouse
1 Gatehouse, completed in 1346 by Adam de Hockele, sixteenth Abbot. Although much restored and internally remodelled, is substantially unaltered externally. Outer face has an entrance consisting of a low-centred, ...
Stoneleigh Abbey Gatehouse which was built from red sandstone during the Medieval period. It is situated north east of the abbey remains.
Post Medieval Lodge, Stoneleigh
1 A lodge is shown on Beighton’s map of 1729 at this approximate location. 2 Also shown on a map of 1766. 3 Externally the building appears to be ...
The site of a lodge which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is marked on several maps, the earliest of which dates to 1729. The site lies within Stoneleigh Deer Park and was most probably used by the game keeper.
Deer Keeper's Lodge, Honington Hall
1 To the north of Honington Park. Mid/late 17th century stone building. Single storey and attics. Four transomed, mullioned 4-light windows. Moulded stone doorway with rectangular 2-light ...
The site of the deer keeper's lodge dating to the Post Medieval period. It is associated with Honington Hall and is and located 800m north of Honington. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
1 Mid or late 18th century. Single storied ashlar. The front has a roman doric arcade of three bays. Balustrade parapet.
A lodge built during the Imperial period. It is associated with Fillongley Hall and lies 300m north east of it.
Polesworth Abbey Gatehouse
A Medieval gatehouse. 1 The gatehouse stands to the N of the W end of the church. It is of two stories. The walls are of rough ashlar, except over the ...
A gatehouse associated with Polesworth Abbey which is Medieval in date. The walls are constructed in ashlar except over the gateway where they are of timber. The gatehouse is located 200m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
Maxstoke Castle Gatehouse
1 At the centre of the E side of Maxstoke Castle is a three storey projecting gatehouse. 2 The gatehouse projects about 13.7m flanked by semi-octagonal turrets that rise well above ...
The remains of the gatehouse of Maxtoke Castle which was built during the Medieval period. It is situated 1km east of Castle Farm.
Maxstoke Priory Outer Gatehouse
1 The outer gatehouse of 2 storeys is still intact but lacks its roof. Front and rear walls are gabled, and both walls have outer arches with 3 centre ...
The outer gatehouse of Maxstoke Priory which is Medieval in date. It is situated 100m north west of the church at Maxtoke.
St Mary's Abbey, Kenilworth
1 Priory of Augustin canons, afterwards an Abbey, was founded in 1122 by Godfrey de Clinton about the same time as the Castle. The Abbey was dissolved in April 1538. 2 ...
The remains of St Mary's Abbey, Kenilworth. Founded as a Priory in the Medieval period, it was promoted to an Abbey in the middle of the fifteenth century. It was dissolved in 1538. The site is in the north east part of Abbey Fields.
Site of Post Medieval Lodge at Smalley Place
1 One of Lodges to castle, supposed to have been built by Robert, Earl of Leicester, stood here. It was damaged by land-mine in 1939-45 War and pulled down by ...
The site of one of the castle's lodges which dated to the Post Medieval period and bore the initials of Robert Leicester. It was damaged by a landmine during the Second World War and was subsequently pulled down. It was situated 900m south east of the castle.
Chesterton Camp. Excavation 1961
1 1961: Excavation either side of the Fosse Way exposed the cobbled foundations of the N gate and two periods of town defences. A clay rampart 9m wide was protected ...
An archaeological excavation on either side of the Fosse Way exposed the cobbled foundations of the north gatehouse and evidence of two periods of occupation associated with Chesterton Roman Camp.
Wormleighton Manor House
1 As it was built in post medieval period the term ‘coutry house’ is preferred to ‘manor house’.
Wormleighton Manor House, which was built during the Post Medieval period and was altered during the 1600s. It is situated in Wormleighton.
Orton Lodge, Water Orton
1 Early 19th century stuccoed house with roughcast and bricked wings of 17th century timber framing (outdated Listed Building List). 2 Photographed in 1977.
Orton Lodge, a house built during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods, is situated on Old Church Lane, Water Orton.
Kenilworth Castle, Gatehouse
1 The present gatehouse formed part of major refurbishment carried out by the Earl of Leicester at some time around 1570. The building has subsequently undergone alterations. In 2007, ...
The gatehouse at Kenilworth Castle formed part of major refurbishment carried out by the Earl of Leicester at some time around 1570. The gatehouse is situated approximately 50m to the NE of the castle.
The Lunt Roman Fort: Period 2
1 Excavation in 1966-7 indicated a second period of occupation within the late Neronian-early Flavian period (cAD 60-79). Period 2 is c70-90. Evidence was found for the W, E and ...
The Lunt, a fort that was rebuilt several times throughout the Roman period. During an excavation the remains of the defences, ovens, a gatehouse, granary and barracks were found from the second phase of occupation. It is situated north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
The Lunt Roman Fort: Period 3
2 Excavation in 1968-71 demonstrated a Period 3 at the fort dating to cAD70-74. Proven structural evidence is confined to a twin-ditch system and a twin-portalled gateway at the S. ...
The Lunt, a fort that was rebuilt several times throughout the Roman period. During an excavation the remains of defensive ramparts, a gatehouse and other buildings were found from the third phase of the fort's occupation. It is situated north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
The Lunt Roman Fort: Period 4
3 Excavation after 1971 revealed a further Period, Period 4, which consisted of a ditched fort on a similar alignment but slightly larger than that of Period 2. A coin ...
The Lunt, a fort that was rebuilt several times throughout the Roman period. During an excavation the remains of defensive ramparts from the fourth phase of the fort's occupation were found. It is situated north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
1 1987: A small excavation was undertaken inside the gatehouse and barbican in advance of pipe-laying operations. The earliest excavated levels consisted of layers of sand, loam, clay and gravel, ...
An archaeological excavation at Warwick Castle revealed a bank containing Medieval pottery. The foundations of a Medieval gatehouse were also discovered. The present gatehouse is of late 13th century date.
Kenilworth Abbey Gatehouse
1 A 14th century gatehouse near the NW corner of Kenilworth Abbey precincts facing N. It is of local red sandstone and consists of two vaulted compartments – the inner ...
Kenilworth Abbey Gatehouse was built during the Medieval period and is constructed of red sandstone. It consists of two compartments and the gateway runs between them with a single large arch. The remains still stand and are situated in Abbey Fields.
Merevale Hall, Merevale
1 The Hall embodies a part of the 17th Century house, which is said to have been “partly rebuilt” in 1840. A monumental ashlar mansion of 1840 in the ...
Merevale Hall, a house dating to the Imperial period. It is situated 600m south east of the church at Merevale.
Kenilworth Castle: Phase 3
1 Under the wealthy and ostentatious John of Gaunt the castle was first repaired and then, from 1391 onwards, converted from a feudal stronghold into a palace. To this period ...
Phase three of the building of Kenilworth castle included the Great Hall with cellars below, the 'Strong Tower' which housed the treasury, and the 'Saintlow Tower'. This phase of building began in about 1391 and continued into the 1570s.
East Lodge, Coventry Road to E of Combe Abbey
1 This is a late 18th century Gothic structure with an octagonal centre, and ogee-headed and blank openings. It is two storeys, of stucco with stone quoins and a ...
East Lodge which was built during the Imperial period. The lodge is marked on a map of 1778. It is situated on Coventry Road, east of Combe Abbey.
West Lodge E of Combe Pool, Combe Abbey
1 House, formerly lodge. Late 18th century. Sandstone ashlar with some brick to ends. 2 storeys; 2 window range, with one-storey, one-bay wings to left and right. In style of ...
A lodge that was built during the Imperial period and that was associated with Combe Abbey. The lodge is marked on an estate map of 1784. It is situated 500m west of Combe Abbey.
Possible Gatehouse or Summerhouse at Hurley Hall
1 The survey found evidence to suggest that part of the area was once a formal garden with a driveway entering the grounds in the southeast corner of the fields ...
A building 150m south of Hurley Hall is visible on aerial photographs. Documentary research suggests it could be a Gatehouse or Summerhouse.
Gatehouse of Church of St Mary, Merevale
1 A gatehouse so intensely Medieval that it is at once recognised as Victorian. It is by Clutton and has a large entry arch with continuous mouldings and a large ...
The gatehouse of the Church of St Mary which dates to the Imperial period. It is located 250m south west of Abbey Farm.
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