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Post Medieval barn, Alvecote, Shuttington
1 A 16th century barn west of Alvecote Priory, retaining some timber framing with curved braces below the wall plates. The roof trusses have, on shaped story posts, cambered ...
A timber-framed barn that was built in the Post Medieval period. It is situated 50m northwest of Alvecote Priory.
Site of Tithe Barn to NW of Church
1 Tithe barn marked. Field to NE is called ‘Tithe Barn Close’. 2 This is now covered by a school playing ground.
The site of a tithe barn dating to the Medieval and Post Medieval periods. It is marked on an estate map and was situated 100m west of the church at Middle Tysoe.
Tithe Barn, Polesworth
1 VCH entry. 2 A 17th century timber framed barn with brick infill. Now a garage. 4 Negative archaeological observation at tithe barn.
A tithe barn built from timber and brick which is Post Medieval in date. It is situated 60m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
Site of Post Medieval Barn, Theatre Street
1 A 16th century timber framed barn with later additions, in Theatre Street, was photographically recorded before demolition.
The site of a timber framed barn which was built during the Post Medieval period. It stood on Theatre Street, Warwick, but has since been demolished.
High Cross Farm, Rowington
1 From the outside this house seems modern but there is timbering in some of the exterior walls. There is also a timbered barn. Occupancy of this site ...
Parts of this house date to the Post Medieval period and there is also a timber framed barn. It is situated at High Cross, Rowington.
Pitts Farm, High Cross, Rowington
1 Pitts or Park Farm is of three bays and the house has very large ceiling timbers, well finished. There are two wide hearths, one with a local stone ...
A timber framed house built during the Post Medieval period with a kitchen wing added in the 19th century. It contains two hearths, one with a local stone surround. There is a barn also from the Post Medieval period. It is situated at High Cross, Rowington.
Gatehouse Farm, Near Shrewley
1 The house, described as having five bays in 1606, has a wealth of fine timbers and has been carefully restored. The cross wing appears to have been jettied. ...
A timber framed house which was built in the Post Medieval period with two wide hearths, one with a stone surround and a barn of the same period. It is situated 400m south east of Shrewley Common.
Brookfurlong Farm, High Cross, Rowington
1 The house contains a great deal of exposed timber and there is a central chimney stack with a stone base. Ownership/occupancy noted from 1614 to 1649. The ...
A timber framed house built during the Post Medieval period with a barn of the same period. It is situated at High Cross.
Site of Brookhouse Farm
1 Brookhouse Farm (now Willowbrook House) was demolished around 1960 and rebuilt. The original house was double gabled, square framed, with a central chimney stack. The old barn ...
The site of Brookhouse Farm which was a timber framed house dating to the Post Medieval period and was demolished in about 1960. The timber framed barn of the same date still stands. The farm was located
Finwood Farm, Lowsonford, Rowington
1 The house which is of three storeys was enlarged c.1570s and incorporates part of the older house. The central chimney stack has diagonal brick shafts, and wouth of ...
A timber framed house parts of which may date back to the Medieval period, but it is mainly of Post Medieval date. There is also a timber framed barn infilled with brick. It is situated 700m north east of Lowsonford.
Shepherd's Fold, Turners Green, Rowington
1 Previously known as The Elms this was originally a timber framed house with cross wing that has been greatly altered. In the 19th century a new double fronted ...
A timber framed house which dates to the Post Medieval period stands alongside a brick built house of the Imperial period. A brick built barn also stands on this site. It is situated at Turner's Green.
Green Farm, Rowington Green
1 The front of the house is now bricked, but the W side and rear are timbered. There are two wings at the rear of the house but the ...
A timbered framed house that dates to the Post Medieval period and which has been partially bricked. There is also a timber framed barn on the site. It is situated at Rowington Green.
Site of Post Medieval Glebe Farm
1 Demolished c.1974 this was an early building consisting of ground floor and attics. In the E gable there were curved wind braces and wide timber framing, but the ...
The site of a timber framed house dating from the Post Medieval period some slight alteration took during the Imperial period. The house contained a bread oven. A Post Medieval timber framed barn still exists. It was situated
Elephant Close, Rowington
1 Probably an early Tudor house. It has a large external chimney at the rear, now rendered, and a wide open hearth. The house was previously an Inn. ...
A house dating from the Post Medieval period which was once an Inn known as the 'Elephant and Castle'. There was a timber framed barn also dating from the Post Medieval period, but this collapsed around the year 1914. It is situated 500m north west of Rowington church.
1 A Manor House appears to have existed on the site of the present Rowington Hall at an early date and may have been built by Adeliza, wife of Roger ...
A manor house was first built on the site of the present Rowington Hall in the Medieval period, but documentary records suggest it was rebuilt in the early Post Medieval period. During the Imperial period it was altered and refaced in stone. It stands opposite Rowington church.
Cottages in Mill Lane, Finwood Green, Rowington
1 Two cottages of timber and brick, the building has been described as converted barn. There was a central chimney stack which served both cottages. It is marked ...
A timber framed building that was possibly once a barn dating to the Post Medieval period, but was converted into two dwellings. It is situated at Finwood Green.
Fleur de Lys Public House, Lowsonford
1 A timber framed building infilled with brick which has been rendered in plaster. The most northernly portion was originally a barn, the central section forming the house. ...
The Fleur de Lys Public House is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887, but it was originally built in the Post Medieval period as a timber framed house and barn. It is situated in Lowsonford.
Site of Tithe Barn at Maxstoke Castle
1 A very fine barn of eight 4.1m bays of timber-framing on stone foundations. 2 The tithe barn collapsed and was demolished.
The site of a Medieval or Post-Medieval tithe barn at Maxstoke Castle, 1km east of Castle Farm.
Site of Post Medieval Barn 300m NE of Baginton Mill
1 1968: Rescue excavation of a ring ditch (PRN 6079) in advance of bypass construction revealed traces of a Post Medieval barn. The site is on a gently rising hillock ...
The site of a Post Medieval barn. The remains of the barn were found during an archaeological excavation, 300m north east of Baginton Mill.
Whateley Hall, Kingsbury
1 A farmhouse, late 16th century main block with timber framed walls, wholly cemented. Around 1620 a brick built wing was added on the north west with stone dressings, ...
Whateley Hall, a farmhouse of timber-frame construction, built during the Post Medieval period.
Leafield Barns, Stratford Road, Warwick
1 Farm buildings shown on First Edition Ordnance Survey map. Probably mid 19th century and associated with animal rearing. 2 A basic photographic record was created prior to conversion.
Farm buildings shown on First Edition Ordnance Survey map. Probably mid 19th century and associated with animal rearing.
Church of St Lawrence, Stratford Road, Warwick, Warwickshire
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Revealed by excavation, the medieval church of St Lawrence had at least one aisle on the north side. Part of the chancel was also uncovered and a tower is mentioned in documentary sources. The ruinous church building was used as a barn for a short period.
Barns at Newnham Hall Farm Barns, Kings Newnham Road, Kings Newnham
1 Barns shown on First Edition Ordnance Survey map. 18th/19th century date. Some signs of modifications/extensions over that period and possibly into the 20th century.
Barns are shown on First Edition Ordnance Survey map.
Barn E of Bishops Tachbrook
1 A field barn with phases of rebuilding. 1806: site occupied by 2 buildings on estate map; by 1844 a new winged farm is shown. This is probably the building ...
A barn which was probably built during the Imperial period. It is situated 800m south west of Highdown Hill Plantation.
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