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Site of Ice House by Nursery Road
1 ‘Icehouse’ marked in the garden of a house on Rose Hill. 2 The site is now covered by a housing estate.
The site of an icehouse, a building constructed partly under ground for storing ice during the warmer months. It was constructed during the Imperial period and was situated south of Church Walk, Atherstone.
Site of C17 Baginton Hall 100m N of Church
1 A house was built in 1618 and had been destroyed by fire in 1706. A new Georgian house (PRN 5354) replaced the earlier one. It was always assumed that ...
The site of Baginton Hall, a country house that was built during the Post Medieval period. It burnt down in 1706 and was rebuilt on a slightly different site. The house was situated 100m north west of the church at Baginton.
Eathorpe Park to E of Eathorpe
1 This large house was built in 1800. It was converted into a hotel in 1962, and has 11 acres of garden and parkland. 2 It is now in very good ...
A mansion house which was built in during the Imperial period. It was converted into a hotel in 1962. It is situated 600m east of Eathorpe.
Ice House at the Lunt, Baginton
1 Built into the N facing slope of the Lunt, c15m below the summit of the slope, is an ice house which presumably belonged to Baginton Hall (PRN 2677). A ...
An icehouse, a structure built partially underground and used for storing ice in the warmer months. The icehouse was built during the Imperial period and was probably associated with Baginton Hall. It is situated 200m north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
Talton House, Crimscote, Tredington
1 Now much modernized a simple gabled building (stone built). 2 Was orginally of mid 18th century date of which only the sash windows are truly indicative of that period.
Talton House, a country house that was built at the beginning of the Imperial period. Many modern alterations have been made to the building. The house is located 500m south east of Crimscote.
Ice House at Icehouse Spinney
1 Icehouse Spinney marked. 2 An overgrown mound with building debris scattered about represents the position of the icehouse. It presumably belonged to Coton House.
The site of an icehouse, a structure built partially underground and used for storing ice in the warmer months. It dates to the Post Medieval or Imperial periods. The icehouse is situated 300m south of Coton House.
Coton House, Churchover
1 Coton House was a fine late 18th century house ascribed to Samuel Wyatt. The main front has an ample bow with a corresponding circular room inside. 2 The house ...
Coton House, a country house that was built during the Imperial period. It is situated 600m south west of Coton Spinney.
1 Dugdale states that the original Honington estates existed in the days of Edward the Confessor, and the manor was one of those with which Earl Leofric had endowed his ...
A manor house, the site of which dates to the Medieval period. The present country house dates to the Post Medieval period, with 20th century alterations. It is located 400m north west of Honington.
Ice House at The Grove, Offchurch Bury Park
1 Icehouse. 2 The site was visited, but undergrowth made it inaccessible. It is described as being cut into the side of a low cliff overlooking the river. It is circular ...
The site of an icehouse which was in use during the Imperial period. It was a circular brick lined structure, built partially underground and used for storing ice during the warmer months. It is situated 600m west of Offchurch.
Coombe Abbey House
1 Stands on the site of a Cistercian monastery founded in 1150. 1581 The Heningtons of Exton took up residence and were responsible for converting the original house into ...
Site of a country house once occupied by the Heningtons of Exton. The site lies in Combe Abbey Country Park.
Moreton Hall, Moreton Morrell
1 Built in the late 16th or early 17th century; part of the building still survives having become a farmhouse at an early date. Sold in 1920 to Col. Robert ...
Moreton Hall, a Post Medieval farmhouse dating to the late 16th or early 17th Century. It is now the Warwickshire College of Agriculture.
1 Original house built in the 18th century by Sir John and his son Sir Charles Mordant. The present house incorporates most of the old masonry and was built ...
Walton Hall, a Post Medieval house built by Sir John and Sir Charles Mordant. The house was later modified by Sir George Gilbert Scott.
Foxcote House, Foxcote
1 Foxcote House marked on OS Map. 2 Foxcote is an early 18th century mansion of two storeys and attics in stone. It is divided into five bays by Roman Doric ...
Duplicate of WA7548
Site of Newnham Paddox Mansion
1 Newnham Paddox, the seat of the Earls of Denbigh, was so much altered about 1875 that architecturally it can only be called a fine modern house. 2 Now demolished. An ...
Duplicate of PRN4235
Ice House at Barrells Park
1 Rediscovered in 1950, partly covered with shrubs and beech trees. It is a substantial structure in brick, with a dome 2.4 to 3m above ground level. The rest of ...
The site of an icehouse, a structure built partially underground where ice was stored during the warmer months. It was built during the Imperial period and is still visible as an earthwork. It is situated 500m south east of Ullenhall.
Post-medieval cistern at Coombe Abbey.
1 The remains of a post-medieval circular, brick-built icehouse were identified during the excavation of trial trenches prior to the proposed new extension to the hotel. The walls were ...
The remains of a post-medieval circular, brick-built cistern were identified during the excavation of trial trenches. The site lay west of the Abbeygate buildings at Coombe Abbey. This was originally interpreted as an icehouse.
Site of Post Medieval Mansion at Hall Farm
1 The old mansion of the Earls of Chichester was built of stone and stood a little to the SW but in close proximity to the chapel. It was pulled ...
The site of a country house that was built during the Post Medieval period. It was demolished during the Imperial period. The house was situated in the area of Newnham Hall.
Site of Little Lawford Hall
1 Little Lawford Hall appears to have been built temp. Henry VII (1489-1505), with additions at the time of James I and early 18th century. 2 The house was pulled down ...
The site of Little Lawford Hall, a country house that dates back to the Medieval period. The house was demolished during the Imperial period but traces of the building survive as earthworks. It was situated at Little Lawford.
Ice House 400m NE of Newnham Paddox
1 A circular wooded area surrounded by pasture land is labelled ‘icehouse and plantation’. 2 It is still there and in quite good condition. It is an artificial mound on top ...
An icehouse, a structure built partly underground and used for the storage of ice in warmer weather. It was built during the Imperial period. The icehouse is still standing and it is marked on a tithe map of 1842. It is situated 300m west of Burton Pool Wood.
Site of Bourton House
1 ‘A large handsome mansion, pleasantly situated; the seat and property of J Mellor Esq’. 2 House marked. 3 Now demolished and site under development.
The site of Bourton House, a mansion or country house that was built during the Imperial period. The house has now been developed but it was situated in the area of Bourton on Dunsmore.
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.
1 Built for Sir Fulwar Skipworth in 1716. On the strength of style Francis Smith of Warwick is assumed to have been the designer. The entrance (W) side is of ...
Newbold Revel, a manor house that was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated 800m south east of Stretton Under Fosse.
Ice House 400m S of Stretton Manor House
1 Icehouse marked. 2 Icehouse marked. 3 It has since been demolished and exists now only as a shallow scoop in the ground with an adjacent irregular mound of earth in a ...
The site of an icehouse, a structure built partly underground and used for storing ice in warmer weather. It was in use during the Imperial period. The remains are visible as an earthwork. The site is located 400m south of Stretton Under Fosse.
1 Built in 1889, but the staircase and some oak panelling were re-used from the earlier hall, which was rebuilt in 1677. In one of the windows there are some ...
Wolvey Hall, a country house that was built during the Imperial period. It is situated 200m north west of the church at Wolvey.
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