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Heritage, ecology and trees

Locally listed heritage assets

View full details of 'The Arches' Railway Viaduct

Name

'The Arches' Railway Viaduct

Address

Spon End, Coventry

Description

Originally built in 1848-49, with 28 stone arches, each 48 foot span, a quarter of a mile long. 23 of the 28 arches collapsed in January 1857. After the accident the viaduct was restored without delay, but not fully reopened until 1860.

Monument Type (Date)

RAILWAY BRIDGE (Victorian - 1848 AD to 1860 AD)

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View full details of 12 Lady Lane

Name

12 Lady Lane

Address

12 Lady Lane, Coventry

Description

A house that was built some time between 1775 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1775 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 105 Craven Street

Name

105 Craven Street

Address

105 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A large 19th century house that was built some time before 1888, retaining original external features at time of addition to the local list.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) 19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD? to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 103 Holyhead Road

Name

103 Holyhead Road

Address

103 Holyhead Road, Coventry

Description

Inter-war brick house with steeply pitched gables, chimneys, and former sash windows with brick sills and lintels.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Early 20th Century - 1919 AD to 1936 AD)

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View full details of 101-103 Birmingham Road

Name

101-103 Birmingham Road

Address

101-103 Birmingham Road, Coventry

Description

101-103 Birmingham Road are locally listed buildings. In 1841 they were recorded in the tithe survey as being used as school building.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 101, 102 & 103 Spon End

Name

101, 102 & 103 Spon End

Address

101, 102 & 103 Spon End, Coventry

Description

Three buildings that have 19th century brick frontages but may have originated as medieval timber-framed buildings.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Post Medieval to Victorian - 1540 AD to 1851 AD)

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View full details of 10, 12 to 15, 17, 19 to 25, 28 (consecutive) Mount Street

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10, 12 to 15, 17, 19 to 25, 28 (consecutive) Mount Street

Address

10, 12 to 15, 17, 19 to 25, 28 Mount Street, Coventry

Description

A row on houses built some time between 1849 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 10 and 12 Park Road

Name

10 and 12 Park Road

Address

10 and 12 Park Road, Coventry

Description

Two houses built in 1899 in the 'Arts and Crafts' style.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) Victorian - 1899 AD)

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View full details of 117 to 125 Craven Street

Name

117 to 125 Craven Street

Address

117 to 125 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A number of houses in Craven Street that were built during the 19th century as part of the Chapel Fields development.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) 19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 10 and 10a Lady Lane

Name

10 and 10a Lady Lane

Address

10 and 10a Lady Lane, Coventry

Description

Houses that were built some time between 1775 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (18th Century to Victorian - 1775 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 1 to 21 and 2 to 24 Co-operative Street

Name

1 to 21 and 2 to 24 Co-operative Street

Address

1 to 21 and 2 to 24 Co-operative Street, Coventry

Description

Two rows of terraced housing either side of Co-operative Street, built in 1910 by Coventry Perseverance Co-operative Society.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1910 AD)

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View full details of 1 to 11 Hurst Road

Name

1 to 11 Hurst Road

Address

1 to 11 Hurst Road, Coventry

Description

A row of houses that were built some time between 1775 and 1888. Number 11 is St. Thomas' Parish Room, opened in 1892.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1775 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 1 Lord Street

Name

1 Lord Street

Address

1 Lord Street, Coventry

Description

19th century house that was probably built soon after 1849, when the St. Michael's Tithe Map records this as 'building land'.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 1 and 3 Sydnall Road

Name

1 and 3 Sydnall Road

Address

1 and 3 Sydnall Road, Coventry

Description

Two houses that were probably built at some point in the 19th century. A quaint juxtaposition of large house and attached small cottage in prominent position at end of Sydnall Road. Included for group value.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1778 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 1 & 2 Spon Street

Name

1 & 2 Spon Street

Address

1 & 2 Spon Street, Coventry

Description

Timber-framed hall houses built during 15th century. Formerly located at 54-57 Spon Street. They were dismantled in 1973-1974 and re-erected on this site in 1988-1989.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Later Medieval to Tudor - 1401 AD to 1500 AD)

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View full details of 117 Far Gosford Street

Name

117 Far Gosford Street

Address

117 Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Probably 16th century, very similar to number 64 but still contains timbers at ground floor level in the existing through passage. Two-storey, rendered fa

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (16th Century - 1501 AD to 1600 AD)

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View full details of 194 and 196 Longford Road

Name

194 and 196 Longford Road

Address

194 and 196 Longford Road, Coventry

Description

Post-medieval house.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 10 Bluebell Walk (formerly 504 Tile Hill Lane, formerly North Waste)

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10 Bluebell Walk (formerly 504 Tile Hill Lane, formerly North Waste)

Address

10 Bluebell Walk, Coventry

Description

A house and crenellated private tower (pumphouse) built in the Arts and Crafts (Revival) style between 1921 and 1924.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1921 AD? to 1924 AD?)

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View full details of 13 Gloucester Street

Name

13 Gloucester Street

Address

13 Gloucester Street, Coventry

Description

A Victorian house. Built between 1851 and 1887; brick with stone surrounds to windows (incorporating keystones) and door; slate roof with brick chimney. Four-paned sash windows, solid panelled door with fanlight over.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 14 Middleborough Road

Name

14 Middleborough Road

Address

14 Middleborough Road, Coventry

Description

Large detached villa of around the 1880s, in an elevated position: built of brick with stone dressings, with slated roof.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Victorian - 1880 AD)

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View full details of 142 Far Gosford Street

Name

142 Far Gosford Street

Address

142 Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Originally timber-framed house of 15th or 16th century; refronted and new floor inserted at higher level in late 19th century; substantial remains of timber frame visible on first floor internally.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Later Medieval to 16th Century - 1401 AD to 1600 AD)

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View full details of 15 (Spencer Newman Lodge), 17, 19 and 21 Earlsdon Avenue South

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15 (Spencer Newman Lodge), 17, 19 and 21 Earlsdon Avenue South

Address

15, 17, 19 and 21 Earlsdon Avenue South, Coventry

Description

Number 15 is Spencer Newman Lodge. Part of a group of large 'Arts and Crafts' style semi-detached properties listed for group value.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) Early 20th Century - 1901 AD to 1920 AD)

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View full details of 15 Lord Street

Name

15 Lord Street

Address

15 Lord Street, Coventry

Description

Well-preserved journeyman's (watchmaking) house, retaining most original external features at time of addition to the Local List.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 155 and 157 (including rear range of 157a), Aldermans Green Road

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155 and 157 (including rear range of 157a), Aldermans Green Road

Address

155 and 157 (including rear range of 157a) Aldermans Green Road, Coventry

Description

155 and 157 (including rear range of 157a), Aldermans Green Road. A late 18th century building.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (18th Century - 1750 AD to 1800 AD)

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View full details of 16 Wilson's Lane and adjoining boundary marker post

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16 Wilson's Lane and adjoining boundary marker post

Address

16 Wilson's Lane, Coventry

Description

Built circa 1829. Brick and slate detached cottage; casements; doorcase. Included for group value with numbers 22 and 24. Boundary marker indicates former boundary between city and the Urban District of Bedworth.

Monument Type (Date)

BOUNDARY STONE (19th Century - 1829 AD)

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View full details of 16a (Sovereign House) and 17a Queen's Road

Name

16a (Sovereign House) and 17a Queen's Road

Address

16a and 17a Queen's Road, Coventry

Description

Built at some point between 1888 and 1905. 16a is Sovereign House.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1888 AD to 1905 AD)

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View full details of 17 Gloucester Street

Name

17 Gloucester Street

Address

17 Gloucester Street, Coventry

Description

A Victorian house built before 1887. Brick with stone surrounds to windows (incorporating keystones) and door; slate roof with brick chimney. Four-paned sash windows, solid panelled door with fanlight over. Modern brick boundary wall to street.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 17 Warwick Row

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17 Warwick Row

Address

17 Warwick Row, Coventry

Description

Building probably dates to between the late 18th and early 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1748 AD to 1851 AD)

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View full details of 18 - 30 (consecutive numbers), Burges

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18 - 30 (consecutive numbers), Burges

Address

18-30 Burges, Coventry

Description

18 to 30 Burges (whole of east side). Much altered timber-framed buildings-possibly including some 15th century work.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Later Medieval to 16th Century - 1401 AD to 1539 AD)

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View full details of 18 Norfolk Street

Name

18 Norfolk Street

Address

18 Norfolk Street, Coventry

Description

Mid 19th century. One of few remaining watchmakers houses in city to retain original full-length workshop windows in upper storey of rear wing. Well-preserved, still having most of original features on road frontage and at rear.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 18 to 30 (even numbers) Sydnall Road

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18 to 30 (even numbers) Sydnall Road

Address

18 to 30 (even numbers) Sydnall Road, Coventry

Description

A group of houses. Numbers 18 to 26 were built at some point between 1778 and 1888 but numbers 28 and 30 were built between 1905 and 1913. Numbers 20 to 24 use different coloured bricks to create a chequered effect.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (18th Century to Early 20th Century - 1778 AD to 1913 AD)

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View full details of 181 and 183 Lentons Lane

Name

181 and 183 Lentons Lane

Address

181 and 183 Lentons Lane, Coventry

Description

181 and 183 Lentons Lane, two houses that are depicted on the 1888 Ordnance Survey map and are probably 19th century in date.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD? to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 19, 21a and 35 Lythall's Lane

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19, 21a and 35 Lythall's Lane

Address

19, 21a and 35 Lythall's Lane, Coventry

Description

Former farm buildings to Foleshill Lodge, now in use as workshops. Brick and plain clay tiled roof; vertically boarded doors to street elevation; little altered rear elevation.

Monument Type (Date)

FARM BUILDING ((at some time) 18th Century to 19th Century - 1775 AD to 1809 AD)

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View full details of 115-116 Far Gosford Street (formerly Hertford Arms public house)

Name

115-116 Far Gosford Street (formerly Hertford Arms public house)

Address

115-116 Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Two-storey, brick with cornice, deep entablature, quoins either side. Central doorway, flanked by two windows either side in frames, using classical motif. Pediment over door and windows, flanked by fluted pilasters.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD to 1851 AD)

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View full details of 378-386 Foleshill Road (formerly Co-op Emporium)

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378-386 Foleshill Road (formerly Co-op Emporium)

Address

378-386 Foleshill Road, Coventry

Description

An 'Art Deco' style building, built in 1931. The two top stories are faced in white tiles. At roof level the Holmesdale road fa

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1931 AD)

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View full details of 39 Hawkes Mill Lane

Name

39 Hawkes Mill Lane

Address

39 Hawkes Mill Lane, Coventry

Description

A small brick and tile detached house with its gable end facing the road, probably dating from c.1860. It has a doorcase and casement windows with cambered brick arches.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1860 AD)

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View full details of 21 Stoke Green

Name

21 Stoke Green

Address

21 Stoke Green, Coventry

Description

A 19th century house built some time between 1842 and 1888 which replaced an earlier building that is depicted on the 1842 Stoke Tithe Map.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1842 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 25 and 27 Stoke Green

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25 and 27 Stoke Green

Address

25 and 27 Stoke Green, Coventry

Description

A 19th century building erected at some point between 1842 and 1888 and which is a locally listed building. It replaced two earlier structures that are shown on the tithe map.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1842 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 2, 4, 6 and 8 Longford Square

Name

2, 4, 6 and 8 Longford Square

Address

2, 4, 6 and 8 Longford Square, Coventry

Description

A row of cottages that may be the same as those recorded on the 1775 Foleshill Inclosure Map.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (18th Century to Victorian - 1750 AD? to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 20 Duke Street (rear wing of 31 Allesley Old Road)

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20 Duke Street (rear wing of 31 Allesley Old Road)

Address

20 Duke Street, Coventry

Description

Watchmakers factory. Long, three-storey workshop at the rear which could be described as a topshop.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) 19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 20 Hinckley Road

Name

20 Hinckley Road

Address

20 Hinckley Road, Coventry

Description

A house built before 1844 and later extended.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1800 AD? to 1844 AD)

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View full details of 202 Henley Road

Name

202 Henley Road

Address

202 Henley Road, Coventry

Description

A house that was probably built at some point between 1778 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1778 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 21 Allesley Old Road

Name

21 Allesley Old Road

Address

21 Allesley Old Road, Coventry

Description

Master watchmaker's house with a long, three storey workshop extension at the rear.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 25, 27 and 29 Shilton Lane

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25, 27 and 29 Shilton Lane

Address

25, 27 and 29 Shilton Lane, Coventry

Description

Numbers 25 and 27 are cottages that were built at some point between 1844 and 1888. Number 29 no longer exists.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1844 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 2 Percy Street

Name

2 Percy Street

Address

2 Percy Street, Coventry

Description

A house in Percy Street that was built some time between 1851 and 1888. The main elevation is to Percy Street, but there is also an elevation to Gloucester Street. Brick house with stone dressings and a slated roof.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 22 and 24 Wilson's Lane

Name

22 and 24 Wilson's Lane

Address

22 and 24 Wilson's Lane, Coventry

Description

Two of a terrace of three cottages which has been converted into a single property. The buildings appear on the Exhall Tithe map of 1850 but may date to the early 19th century or before.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century to Victorian - 1800 AD? to 1850 AD?)

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View full details of 22-25 Lord Street (former Sunday Schools)

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22-25 Lord Street (former Sunday Schools)

Address

22-25 Lord Street, Coventry

Description

22-25 Lord Street, Chapelfields, formerly Lord Street Sunday Schools, built in 1861 and opened on 27th of May 1861.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1861 AD)

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View full details of 232 Henley Road

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232 Henley Road

Address

232 Henley Road, Coventry

Description

A house built at some point between 1778 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1778 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 243, 245 and 247 Longford Road

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243, 245 and 247 Longford Road

Address

243, 245 and 247 Longford Road, Coventry

Description

Houses that probably date to the late 18th century and are recorded on the 1775 Foleshill Inclosure Map.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) 18th Century - 1750 AD? to 1775 AD)

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View full details of 243a Longford Road

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243a Longford Road

Address

243a Longford Road, Coventry

Description

The site of a cottage recorded in the 1775 Foleshill Inclosure Award. It was situated to the south of the Coventry Canal, west of Longford Road.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((pre) 18th Century - 1775 AD)

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View full details of 247 and 249 Kingfield Road

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247 and 249 Kingfield Road

Address

247 and 249 Kingfield Road, Coventry

Description

247 and 249 Kingfield Road. Added for group value with the adjoining (statutorily listed) 'Hundred Houses', with which they are architecturally and historically linked, and with Newfield House and Lodge opposite.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1857 AD)

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View full details of 256 Birmingham Road

Name

256 Birmingham Road

Address

256 Birmingham Road, Coventry

Description

A post medieval building.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 3, 4, 6 and 7 Mount Street

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3, 4, 6 and 7 Mount Street

Address

3, 4, 6 and 7 Mount Street, Coventry

Description

A row on houses built some time between 1849 and 1888. All except no. 5 are locally listed.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 2 Meriden Street

Name

2 Meriden Street

Address

2 Meriden Street, Coventry

Description

A late Victorian villa built in 1898 to the designs of E.H. Cooke who lived in the house for 67 years. Red brick with stone sills, voussoirs and keystones to windows.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1898 AD)

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View full details of 28 Far Gosford Street

Name

28 Far Gosford Street

Address

28 Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Timber-framed, refronted in brick. Probably mid 15th century. Two storeys, single bay width.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) Later Medieval to Tudor - 1401 AD to 1500 AD)

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View full details of 2 to 8 (even numbers) Sydnall Road

Name

2 to 8 (even numbers) Sydnall Road

Address

2 to 8 Sydnall Road, Coventry

Description

A row of cottages, probably dating to the 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1778 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 26 Lord Street

Name

26 Lord Street

Address

26 Lord Street, Coventry

Description

19th century house that was probably built soon after 1849, when the St. Michael's Tithe Map records this as 'building land'.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 27 Gloucester Street

Name

27 Gloucester Street

Address

27 Gloucester Street, Coventry

Description

A house with a watchmakers workshop to the rear in Gloucester Street. It was built at some point between 1851 and 1888. This property retains a well-preserved watchmaker's workshop wing in the rear wing.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 27 Middleborough Road

Name

27 Middleborough Road

Address

27 Middleborough Road, Coventry

Description

Well preserved, detached Victorian villa, built at some time between 1851 and 1888, now largely hidden from the street by trees and shrubbery. Brick with stone dressings.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 278 Aldermans Green Road

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278 Aldermans Green Road

Address

278 Aldermans Green Road, Coventry

Description

A post-medieval building.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century to Victorian - 1750 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 28 and 30 School House Lane

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28 and 30 School House Lane

Address

28 and 30 School House Lane, Coventry

Description

A former school house that is recorded on the 1844 Sowe Tithe Map and is probably early 19th century in date.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD? to 1844 AD)

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View full details of 258 Birmingham Road (also known as Turnpike Cottage)

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258 Birmingham Road (also known as Turnpike Cottage)

Address

258 Birmingham Road, Coventry

Description

An 18th century building.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (18th Century - 1701 AD? to 1800 AD?)

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View full details of 31 Woodshires Road

Name

31 Woodshires Road

Address

31 Woodshires Road, Coventry

Description

An end of terrace house retaining its original character and probably of late 18th/early 19th century date. Sash windows to bays, casements elsewhere.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (18th Century to Victorian - 1800 AD? to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 29 Cross Cheaping

Name

29 Cross Cheaping

Address

29 Cross Cheaping, Coventry

Description

'The Coventry Cross' Public House: 16th century. Three storey rendered front is re-facing of earlier timber-framed building with clasped purlin roof structure visible at rear.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (16th Century - 1501 AD to 1600 AD)

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View full details of 30 and 31 Cross Cheaping

Name

30 and 31 Cross Cheaping

Address

30 and 31 Cross Cheaping, Coventry

Description

Much altered timber-framed buildings-possibly including work as early as the 15th century.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Later Medieval to 16th Century - 1401 AD to 1539 AD)

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View full details of 30 Lord Street

Name

30 Lord Street

Address

30 Lord Street, Coventry

Description

A 19th century house that was probably built soon after 1849, when the St. Michael's Tithe Map records this as 'building land'.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 31 and 32, 34 to 37 (consecutive) Mount Street

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31 and 32, 34 to 37 (consecutive) Mount Street

Address

31 and 32, 34 to 37 Mount Street, Coventry

Description

Late 19th century houses built at some point between 1849 and 1888 as part of the Chapelfields development to house watchmakers.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 31 and 33 Allesley Old Road

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31 and 33 Allesley Old Road

Address

31 and 33 Allesley Old Road, Coventry

Description

Two master watchmakers' houses probably built some time between 1801 and 1888. 31 has a long, three-storey workshop at the rear which could be described as a topshop. Workshop is 20 Duke Street, former watch manufactory.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) 19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 31 Hill Street

Name

31 Hill Street

Address

31 Hill Street, Coventry

Description

House with well-preserved watchmaker's 'topshop', of c.1890-1905.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1890 AD to 1905 AD)

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View full details of 36 to 42 (even numbers) Sydnall Road

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36 to 42 (even numbers) Sydnall Road

Address

36 to 42 (even numbers) Sydnall Road, Coventry

Description

A row of brick cottages that were probably built in the 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1778 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of City College (formerly Coventry Technical College)

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City College (formerly Coventry Technical College)

Address

Butts, Coventry

Description

Coventry Technical College, The Butts, 1933-35. Designed by AW Hoare 1914.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1933 AD to 1935 AD)

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View full details of 22 Craven Street

Name

22 Craven Street

Address

22 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A watchmaker's house that was probably built shortly after 1849 and which had definitely been built by 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 58 - 64 (even numbers), Upper Hill Street

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58 - 64 (even numbers), Upper Hill Street

Address

Upper Hill Street, Coventry

Description

A terrace of four houses that were built at some point between 1851 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 4, 6, 7a, 7b, 8 and 8a Lady Lane

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4, 6, 7a, 7b, 8 and 8a Lady Lane

Address

4, 6, 7a, 7b, 8 and 8a Lady Lane, Coventry

Description

Houses on Lady Lane, Longford that were built between 1905 and 1913.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) Early 20th Century - 1905 AD to 1913 AD)

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View full details of 4,6, 8, 12 and 14 Craven Street

Name

4,6, 8, 12 and 14 Craven Street

Address

4,6, 8, 12 and 14 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A number of watchmakers' houses that were built at some point between 1849 and 1888, but probably in the early 1850s.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 41, 43 and 45 Woodway Lane

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41, 43 and 45 Woodway Lane

Address

41, 43 and 45 Woodway Lane, Coventry

Description

Three houses that were built at some point between 1778 and 1844.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1778 AD to 1844 AD)

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View full details of 42 Queen's Road

Name

42 Queen's Road

Address

42 Queen's Road, Coventry

Description

A terraced house that was probably built in the first half of the 19th century. It forms part of a group with numbers 43-45.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD? to 1851 AD)

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View full details of 43, 44 and 45 Queen's Road

Name

43, 44 and 45 Queen's Road

Address

42, 43, 44 and 45 Queen's Road, Coventry

Description

Three houses probably built during the first half of the 19th century. It forms part of a group with number 42.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD? to 1851 AD)

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View full details of 44 to 50 (consecutive) Mount Street

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44 to 50 (consecutive) Mount Street

Address

44 to 50 Mount Street, Coventry

Description

Late 19th century houses built at some point between 1849 and 1888 as part of the Chapelfields development to house watchmakers.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 452 Foleshill Road (also known as The Rockery)

Name

452 Foleshill Road (also known as The Rockery)

Address

452 Foleshill Road, Coventry

Description

A house built at some point between 1775 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1775 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 6 and 8 Duke Street

Name

6 and 8 Duke Street

Address

6 and 8 Duke Street, Coventry

Description

Two former watchmakers' houses. They were probably built shortly after 1849 as part of the Chapel Fields development.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 490 and 492 Woodway Lane

Name

490 and 492 Woodway Lane

Address

490 and 492 Woodway Lane, Coventry

Description

Two houses that were built at some point between 1703 and 1844.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1703 AD to 1844 AD)

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View full details of 494 and 496 Woodway Lane

Name

494 and 496 Woodway Lane

Address

494 and 496 Woodway Lane, Coventry

Description

Two houses that were built at some point between 1703 and 1844.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) 18th Century to Victorian - 1703 AD to 1844 AD)

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View full details of 5 to 9 St. James' Lane (also known as Ivy Cottage)

Name

5 to 9 St. James' Lane (also known as Ivy Cottage)

Address

5 to 9 St. James' Lane, Coventry

Description

5-9 St. James' Lane, cottages that may date back to the 17th century.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (17th Century - 1601 AD to 1700 AD)

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View full details of 5, 7, 9 and 11 Hall Lane

Name

5, 7, 9 and 11 Hall Lane

Address

5, 7, 9 and 11 Hall Lane, Coventry

Description

A row of houses that are probably 18th and 19th century in date.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1750 AD? to 1844 AD)

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View full details of 51 to 61 Craven Street (odd numbers)

Name

51 to 61 Craven Street (odd numbers)

Address

51 to 61 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A number of houses in Craven Street that were built in the second half of the 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 551 Foleshill Road (formerly The General Wolfe public house)

Name

551 Foleshill Road (formerly The General Wolfe public house)

Address

551 Foleshill Road, Coventry

Description

The General Wolfe Public House, a terracotta and brick corner public house on Foleshill Road, was rebuilt in about 1900 but stands of the site of an earlier pub that was built here some time between 1775 and 1793.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 57, 59 and 61 Lady Lane

Name

57, 59 and 61 Lady Lane

Address

57, 59 and 61 Lady Lane, Coventry

Description

A row of terraced houses that are probably 19th century in date.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1775 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 9 to 12 Lord Street

Name

9 to 12 Lord Street

Address

9 to 12 Lord Street, Coventry

Description

19th century houses that were probably built soon after 1849, when the St. Michael's Tithe Map records this as 'building land'.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 4 Norfolk Street

Name

4 Norfolk Street

Address

4 Norfolk Street, Coventry

Description

A house built at some time between 1851 and 1888 with a watchmaker's workshop at the rear. Terraced brick house with stone voussoirs and keystones over the windows and stone entrance door surround.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 6 The Firs

Name

6 The Firs

Address

6 The Firs, Coventry

Description

6 The Firs is an attractive red brick house designed by HW Simister. An ‘Arts and Crafts’ style house with broad low eaves, gables on the front elevation with a cat slide roof and loggia to the rear. The house has been little altered since the 1930s retaining many period details and fittings inside and out.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1934 AD)

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View full details of 62, 63, 64, 66 and 68 Mount Street

Name

62, 63, 64, 66 and 68 Mount Street

Address

62, 63, 64, 66 and 68 Mount Street, Coventry

Description

Late 19th century houses built at some point between 1849 and 1888 as part of the Chapelfields development to house watchmakers.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 63 to 67 Craven Street

Name

63 to 67 Craven Street

Address

63 to 67 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A number of houses in Craven Street that were built in the second half of the 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 64 and 64a, Far Gosford Street

Name

64 and 64a, Far Gosford Street

Address

64 and 64a Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Number 64: Probably 16th century. Two storey, two bay house. Numbers 64 and 64a: Existing frontage treatment obscures historic detail. Two storey, rendered, concrete pantiled roof.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) 16th Century to Elizabethan - 1501 AD to 1581 AD)

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View full details of 646 and 648 Allesley Old Road

Name

646 and 648 Allesley Old Road

Address

646 and 648 Allesley Old Road, Coventry

Description

Two 18th century buildings.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century - 1701 AD to 1800 AD)

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View full details of 72 Binley Road

Name

72 Binley Road

Address

72 Binley Road, Coventry

Description

A post-medieval building that dates back to at least 1793.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 74 Binley Road

Name

74 Binley Road

Address

74 Binley Road, Coventry

Description

A post-medieval building that dates back to at least 1793. It is thought that it was originally built as a weaver's cottage, possibly as early as the 17th century.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (17th Century to 18th Century - 1601 AD to 1793 AD)

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View full details of 78 and 84 Craven Street (not numbers 80 and 82)

Name

78 and 84 Craven Street (not numbers 80 and 82)

Address

78 and 84 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

Two watchmakers' houses in Craven Street that were probably built shortly after 1849.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 8 and 9 Mount Street

Name

8 and 9 Mount Street

Address

8 and 9 Mount Street, Coventry

Description

8 and 9 Mount Street, Chapelfields, a well preserved master watchmaker's house that was built at some time between 1849 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1851 AD)

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View full details of 8 Stivichall Croft

Name

8 Stivichall Croft

Address

8 Stivichall Croft, Coventry

Description

Detached house in an Art Deco style, the first commission of the architect Frederick Gibberd, built in 1931.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1931 AD to 1931 AD)

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View full details of 80 to 86, 90, 96 to 110 (even numbers) Woodway Lane

Name

80 to 86, 90, 96 to 110 (even numbers) Woodway Lane

Address

80 to 86, 90, 96 to 110 (even numbers) Woodway Lane, Coventry

Description

A group of houses of post-medieval date. Included for group value - part of the old village core of Walsgrave-on-Sowe.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) Post Medieval to Victorian - 1540 AD to 1844 AD)

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View full details of 80, 82 and 84 Binley Road

Name

80, 82 and 84 Binley Road

Address

80, 82 and 84 Binley Road, Coventry

Description

Post-medieval buildings.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 88 Craven Street

Name

88 Craven Street

Address

88 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A watchmaker's house that was probably built shortly after 1849. Adjoins 31 Mount Street. At time of addition to the Local List still retained original external features.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 9 Lower Holyhead Road

Name

9 Lower Holyhead Road

Address

9 Lower Holyhead Road, Coventry

Description

A double-fronted house that was built some time between 1851 and 1888 and which was associated with Charles Errington's watch factory after 1894.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1851 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of 9 North Avenue, also known as Elm Bank

Name

9 North Avenue, also known as Elm Bank

Address

9 North Avenue, Coventry

Description

9 North Avenue, built in the 1870’s and notable as the residence of Siegfried Bettmann from 1905 to 1951.

Monument Type (Date)

DETACHED HOUSE (Victorian - 1870 AD to 1879 AD)

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View full details of 488 Woodway Lane

Name

488 Woodway Lane

Address

488 Woodway Lane, Coventry

Description

A house that was built at some point between 1703 and 1844.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1703 AD to 1844 AD)

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View full details of 9 to 19 Craven Street

Name

9 to 19 Craven Street

Address

9 to 19 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A row of terraced houses that were built between 1849 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of All Saint's Parish Rooms

Name

All Saint's Parish Rooms

Address

Vecqueray Street, Coventry

Description

All Saints' Parish Rooms, built between 1905 and 1914, adjoining the Infants' School (opened 1895).

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH HALL (Early 20th Century - 1905 AD to 1914 AD)

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View full details of Barn at Church Farm

Name

Barn at Church Farm

Address

Staircase Lane, Coventry

Description

Barn at Church Farm, Staircase Lane, that may date to the early 17th century. Timber-framed with brick panels.

Monument Type (Date)

BARN (18th Century - 1701 AD to 1750 AD)

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View full details of 92 Holyhead Road (formerly Hawarden House)

Name

92 Holyhead Road (formerly Hawarden House)

Address

92 Holyhead Road, Coventry

Description

A late Victorian house that was built around the 1880s or 1890s. Brick with stone dressings, windowsills and brick banding.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian - 1890 AD to 1899 AD)

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View full details of 93 and 94 Far Gosford Street

Name

93 and 94 Far Gosford Street

Address

93 and 94 Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

A three-storey brick building consisting of two former topshop premises which were built in the second half of the 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1852 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of 93 Spon End (formerly Malt Shovel public house)

Name

93 Spon End (formerly Malt Shovel public house)

Address

93 Spon End, Coventry

Description

The Malt Shovel public house was in existence by 1829 but may well have earlier origins.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (Post Medieval to 19th Century - 1540 AD to 1829 AD)

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View full details of 95 Potters Green Road

Name

95 Potters Green Road

Address

95 Potters Green Road, Coventry

Description

House depicted on the 1888 Ordnance Survey Map but which is probably earlier in origin.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Post Medieval to Victorian - 1540 AD to 1841 AD)

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View full details of 99 Birmingham Road

Name

99 Birmingham Road

Address

99 Birmingham Road, Coventry

Description

99 Birmingham Road. In 1841 it was recorded in the tithe survey as being used as school buildings.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Aardvark public house (formerly Fowl and Firkin public house, formerly Hen & Chickens public house)

Name

Aardvark public house (formerly Fowl and Firkin public house, formerly Hen & Chickens public house)

Address

2 (also known as number 6) Butts, Coventry

Description

The two storey corner pub built circa 1929 in brick with mullioned windows and leaded lights, tile roof.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1929 AD)

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View full details of Albany public house

Name

Albany public house

Address

Albany Road

Description

The Albany public house was built in 1907, and is a good surviving example of an early 20th century public house, with good detailing.

Monument Type (Date)

HOTEL (Built, Early 20th Century - 1907 AD to 1907 AD (at some time)

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View full details of Beech House

Name

Beech House

Address

Bridle Brook Lane, Coventry

Description

Beech House, on the corner of Oak Lane and Bridle Brook Lane. A post-medieval house that is part timber-framed with a 19th century front added to the building.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (17th Century to Victorian - 1601 AD? to 1841 AD)

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View full details of All Soul's Roman Catholic Church

Name

All Soul's Roman Catholic Church

Address

Kingsland Avenue, Coventry

Description

All Soul's Roman Catholic Church, Kingsland Avenue, built between 1924 and 1938. Interior plastered in 1960s. Consecrated in 1963. G. Cave (completed by Bower Norris).

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1924 AD to 1938 AD)

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View full details of Allesley Hall

Name

Allesley Hall

Address

Allesley Hall Drive, Coventry

Description

An Arts and Crafts-inspired house built in 1910 for William Isaac Iliffe, founder of the Coventry Evening Telegraph. It may incorporate parts of the early 18th century house that stood on the same site.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1910 AD)

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View full details of Alton Hall barn and related farm buildings

Name

Alton Hall barn and related farm buildings

Address

Washbrook Lane, Coventry

Description

Alton Hall barn and related farm buildings

Monument Type (Date)

BARN (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Alvis Railway Bridge

Name

Alvis Railway Bridge

Address

Holyhead Road, Coventry

Description

The 'Alvis' Railway Bridge, Holyhead Road. Presumably dating from the 1850s, this has rusticated stone abutments and piers, between which the cast iron bridge spans with its trough and balustrades.

Monument Type (Date)

BRIDGE (Victorian - 1850 AD)

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View full details of Ash Tree Residential Home (formerly Jackson House, originally Golden Green Farm House)

Name

Ash Tree Residential Home (formerly Jackson House, originally Golden Green Farm House)

Address

Sandpits Lane, Coventry

Description

The former Golden Green Farmhouse that dates to the 18th century.

Monument Type (Date)

FARMHOUSE (18th Century - 1701 AD to 1800 AD)

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View full details of Ashville Terrace, 77 - 83 (consecutive numbers), Far Gosford Street

Name

Ashville Terrace, 77 - 83 (consecutive numbers), Far Gosford Street

Address

77 - 83 (consecutive numbers), Ashville Terrace, Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Two-storey, seven-unit terrace, rendered, with projecting ground floor shops frontage, built over the former front gardens of the houses. Central passageway with pediment above, flanked by four shops to the left and three to the right.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((pre) Victorian - 1851 AD)

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View full details of Bablake School

Name

Bablake School

Address

Coundon Road, Coventry

Description

Bablake School, built c.1890.

Monument Type (Date)

SCHOOL (Victorian - 1890 AD?)

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View full details of 90 Holyhead Road

Name

90 Holyhead Road

Address

90 Holyhead Road, Coventry

Description

90 Holyhead Road is an Edwardian house built in brick with stone dressings at some time between 1905 and 1914. Brick with stone dressings and steeply pitched, clay tiled roof. Double-height octagonal bay windows at left-hand corner.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (between) Early 20th Century - 1905 AD to 1914 AD)

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View full details of 91 Palmerston Road (formerly Earlsdon Farm House)

Name

91 Palmerston Road (formerly Earlsdon Farm House)

Address

91 Palmerston Road, Coventry

Description

Probably Earlsdon's oldest building, having been one of a very few dwellings in the area before the development of the modern estate from the mid 19th century onwards. It is said to have originated around 1750, with later additions.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century - 1750 AD)

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View full details of Binley Oak public house

Name

Binley Oak public house

Address

Paynes Lane, Coventry

Description

The Binley Oak public house in Paynes Lane, Hillfields, was built in 1895. Good doorcases, deep mouldings and string courses, 2 double bays with sash windows on 1st floor, slated roof, datestone, quoins at corner of front elevation.

Monument Type (Date)

INN (Victorian - 1895 AD)

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View full details of Blythe House

Name

Blythe House

Address

Pickford Green Lane, Coventry

Description

Blythe House, Pickford Green Lane, a house built in the mid 1700s. It was used as the Allesley Parish workhouse between 1790 and 1820. Has a datestone "BR 1743" and dated brick "BR1737".

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century to 19th Century - 1701 AD to 1820 AD)

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View full details of Boat Inn

Name

Boat Inn

Address

31 Shilton Lane, Coventry

Description

Typical village pub, which appears to have been several cottages at one time. Retains many original features, including internally. Earliest parts probably early 19th century; middle part of mid-19th century?

Monument Type (Date)

INN ((between) 19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Boundary marker post

Name

Boundary marker post

Address

London Road, Toll Bar End, Coventry

Description

This post marks the extension of the city boundary to this point in 1932.This post has the inscription 'County of Warwick-Parish of Baginton' on one side and 'City of Coventry' on the other.

Monument Type (Date)

BOUNDARY STONE (Early 20th Century - 1932 AD)

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View full details of Broad Street Young Peoples' Centre (formerly Broad Heath Community Primary School)

Name

Broad Street Young Peoples' Centre (formerly Broad Heath Community Primary School)

Address

Broad Street, Coventry

Description

Built as Broad Street Council School in 1910. It became Broad Heath School in 1949. In 1972/3 it became an annexe to Sidney Stringer Comprehensive School (upper school). In 2005 it was Broad Street Young Peoples' Centre.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1910 AD)

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View full details of Calcott Cycle Works (known as the XL Works, later Astley's)

Name

Calcott Cycle Works (known as the XL Works, later Astley's)

Address

154 to 165 Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Calcott Cycle Works 1896 (later Astley's). Used by Calcott Bros to manufacture bicycles and motorcycles. Subsequently owned by the Singer Motor Company, then Astley's for paint manufacture, etc. Converted to student accommodation in 2013.

Monument Type (Date)

BICYCLE FACTORY (Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1896 AD to 1905 AD)

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View full details of Canley Hall Farm Cottages

Name

Canley Hall Farm Cottages

Address

1 & 2 Cannocks Lane, Coventry

Description

Originally two cottages, probably built in the 18th century.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century - 1701 AD? to 1766 AD)

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View full details of Castle Cottage (formerly Castle Farm, formerly Holyfast Farm)

Name

Castle Cottage (formerly Castle Farm, formerly Holyfast Farm)

Address

Wall Hill Road, Coventry

Description

Remaining wing of a once much larger farm (late 17th or early 18th century?) The buildings at this site were recorded in 1863 as being in a ruinous state and were later rebuilt on a smaller scale, as an adjunct to the main farm at Hollyfast.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (17th Century to Victorian - 1662 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Charterhouse public house (formerly Charterhouse Hotel)

Name

Charterhouse public house (formerly Charterhouse Hotel)

Address

79 Terry Road, Coventry

Description

A public house that was built at some point between 1912 and 1923 in the mock-Tudor style. A pleasant example of the 'mock-timbered' tradition in public house design.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Early 20th Century - 1912 AD to 1923 AD)

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View full details of Cheshunt School

Name

Cheshunt School

Address

8 Park Road, Coventry

Description

A building that was originally designed in 1899 and built in 1900 as a school.

Monument Type (Date)

SCHOOL (Victorian - 1899 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Chestnut Tree Public House (formerly the New Inn)

Name

Chestnut Tree Public House (formerly the New Inn)

Address

113 to 115 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A public house that was built in the 19th century and which was originally called the New Inn.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) 19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Church Centre to Christ Church

Name

Church Centre to Christ Church

Address

7 Frankpledge Road, Coventry

Description

Church centre to Christ Church, Frankpledge Road. Designed 1953, built 1956-1958. Architect is Alfred H Gardner.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH (Late 20th Century - 1956 AD to 1958 AD)

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View full details of Church of St.Francis of Assisi

Name

Church of St.Francis of Assisi

Address

Links Road, Coventry

Description

Church of St. Francis of Assisi (R.C.). Built 1957-1959. N.F. Cachemaille-Day.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH ((between) Late 20th Century - 1957 AD to 1959 AD)

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View full details of Church of St.Mary Magdalene

Name

Church of St.Mary Magdalene

Address

Hearsall Lane, Coventry

Description

The Church of St. Mary Magdalene was built in 1934.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH (Early 20th Century - 1934 AD)

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View full details of City Arms public house

Name

City Arms public house

Address

1 Earlsdon Street, Coventry

Description

1930 mock-timbered pub building of its period with brick nogging to ground floor panels, decorative barge boards to gables with pendants; included partly for group value with church, library and school.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1930 AD)

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View full details of 248, 250 and 252 Foleshill Road (formerly Prince William Henry Public House)

Name

248, 250 and 252 Foleshill Road (formerly Prince William Henry Public House)

Address

248, 250 and 252 Foleshill Road, Coventry

Description

Mentioned in 1835 Pigot's Directory. 248 and 250 formerly independent cottages. Absent on Inclosure Award Map 1775, but existed by 1794.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE ((between) 18th Century - 1775 AD to 1794 AD)

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View full details of (20 &)21 Spon Street

Name

(20 &)21 Spon Street

Address

(20 &)21 Spon Street, Coventry

Description

Medieval timber framed building dating to circa 1550. Formerly located at 122-123 Much Park Street, Coventry, and known as 'The Green Dragon' public house. Re-erected in Spon Street between 1982 and 1984.

Monument Type (Date)

HALL HOUSE ((between) Later Medieval to 16th Century - 1450 AD to 1550 AD)

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View full details of Motor Hotel

Name

Motor Hotel

Address

35 Dorset Road, Coventry

Description

The Motor Hotel public house is located on the corner of Dorset Road and Somerset Road in Radford, Coventry.

Monument Type (Date)

HOTEL (Early 20th Century - 1904 AD to 1904 AD)

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View full details of Court Number 7

Name

Court Number 7

Address

Court No. 7 (22, 23, 24) and rear wing of 18 Spon Street, Coventry

Description

Court Number 7 (comprising rear wing of 18 Spon Street (Shakespeare public house) and numbers 22, 23 and 24 of the original Court Number 7).

Monument Type (Date)

COURTYARD HOUSE ((between) 19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Earlsdon Methodist Church

Name

Earlsdon Methodist Church

Address

Albany Road, Coventry

Description

Earlsdon Methodist Church. Opened as a Wesleyan Chapel in 1923; cruciform, red brick with stone dressings in the Perpendicular Style. Included for group value with the nearby school and library at the heart of Earlsdon 'village'.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1923 AD)

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View full details of Cook's Cottages

Name

Cook's Cottages

Address

158 to 160 Hinckley Road, Coventry

Description

A house that was originally built as a barn at some point between 1756 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

BARN ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1756 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Copsewood Grange and Lodge

Name

Copsewood Grange and Lodge

Address

Binley Road, Coventry

Description

Copsewood Grange (brick, with stone detailing and slated roof) and Lodge ('Victorian Gothic' style) built between 1870 and 1872. Copsewood Grange used as the GEC staff clubhouse and more recently a club house for the Grange golf course.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) Victorian - 1870 AD to 1872 AD)

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View full details of Corley Moor Garage

Name

Corley Moor Garage

Address

Wall Hill Road, Coventry

Description

A cottage with a rural filling station and garage attached. The latter two buildings were probably originally agricultural outbuildings. The buildings were erected in the 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

GARAGE (19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Coundon Court School 'Old House' & Coundon Court Lodge (also known as Holly Lodge)

Name

Coundon Court School 'Old House' & Coundon Court Lodge (also known as Holly Lodge)

Address

North Brook Road, Coventry

Description

Built 1890-91 for George Singer. From 1913, home of Captain Charles Daniel Miller of Newdegate Colliery. Many fine internal embellishments and fittings in oak, walnut, mahogany woods. School opened here in January 1954.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) Victorian - 1890 AD to 1891 AD)

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View full details of Coundon House

Name

Coundon House

Address

Southbank Road, Coventry

Description

Coundon House, Southbank Road, a house built probably some time in the first half of the 19th century around an earlier farmhouse. Significant internal features: Staircase, panelling, fireplace surrounds, pantry.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD to 1850 AD)

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View full details of Earlsdon Primary School

Name

Earlsdon Primary School

Address

Earlsdon Avenue North, Coventry

Description

Built as Earlsdon Board School and opened in 1890; extended in 1908. Red brick and tile; two storeys; gabled; original windows; modern single-storey extension at rear. School foundation board and clock survive in the school hall.

Monument Type (Date)

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Victorian - 1890 AD)

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View full details of Holly Cottage

Name

Holly Cottage

Address

Holyhead Road, Coventry

Description

A cottage built at some point between 1809 and 1841.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 19th Century to Victorian - 1809 AD to 1841 AD)

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View full details of Courtaulds buildings and walls

Name

Courtaulds buildings and walls

Address

Courtaulds Way (adjacent to Foleshill Road and Lockhurst Lane), Coventry

Description

Three early 20th century buildings (and boundary wall and railings) that were formerly part of Courtaulds on the west side of Foleshill Road. The buildings were used for the manufacture of artificial silk, textiles and plastics.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Early 20th Century - 1905 AD to 1936 AD)

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View full details of Daimler Works Fire Station

Name

Daimler Works Fire Station

Address

Chetton Avenue, Coventry

Description

The Daimler Works Fire Station, built between 1912 and 1923. Two-storey red brick building with stone dressings and hipped tiled roof. Symmetrical design with two single-storey side wings, and two fire engine entrances.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Early 20th Century - 1912 AD to 1923 AD)

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View full details of Douglas Bader House

Name

Douglas Bader House

Address

1 Lythall's Lane, Coventry

Description

An early 20th century house built at some point between 1913 and 1936.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1913 AD to 1936 AD)

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View full details of Dover House

Name

Dover House

Address

2 Dover Street, Coventry

Description

Dating from around the 1870s or '80s, this is a double-fronted brick villa with stone dressings.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Victorian - 1870 AD to 1890 AD)

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View full details of Drinking Fountain

Name

Drinking Fountain

Address

Top Green

Description

A metal drinking fountain, dating to approximately 1918 and located at Top Green, Coventry.

Monument Type (Date)

DRINKING FOUNTAIN (Early 20th Century - 1918 AD? to 1918 AD?)

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View full details of Dunlop buildings front elevation (formerly White and Poppe Fuse Body Factory)

Name

Dunlop buildings front elevation (formerly White and Poppe Fuse Body Factory)

Address

Holbrook Lane, Coventry

Description

Facades, boundary wall and gatehouse to 1915 White and Poppe Fuse Body Factory (latterly Dunlop) on Holbrook Lane.

Monument Type (Date)

FACTORY (Early 20th Century - 1915 AD)

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View full details of Electricity Sub station

Name

Electricity Sub station

Address

Gulson Road, Coventry

Description

A brick-built electricity sub station in Gulson Road which was built in about 1923. Imposing two-storey structure in red brick with blue brick detailing.

Monument Type (Date)

ELECTRICITY SUB STATION ((at some time) Early 20th Century - 1923 AD)

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View full details of Former Daimler office block

Name

Former Daimler office block

Address

2 Sandy Lane, Coventry

Description

The former Daimler office block and its extension wing - no. 2. Original block built 1907-8 of red brick with stone bonding. The extension to the south has ferro-concrete(?) columns and an atrium, refurbished.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Early 20th Century - 1907 AD to 1908 AD)

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View full details of Coventry School Former Pupils Association Club

Name

Coventry School Former Pupils Association Club

Address

Fleet Street, Coventry

Description

Coventry School Former Pupil's Association Headquarters and club. In Bond's/Bablake Hospital quadrangle with access from Spon Street. Built in 1898 as offices for the Bablake School Foundation.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1898 AD)

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View full details of Former Brownshill Green United Reformed Church

Name

Former Brownshill Green United Reformed Church

Address

Hawkes Mill Lane, Coventry

Description

Victorian chapel building which was opened as Brownshill Green Congregational Chapel in 1887. The chapel building is a small red brick building.

Monument Type (Date)

UNITED REFORMED CHURCH (Victorian to Modern - 1887 AD to 2014 AD)

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View full details of Public Library

Name

Public Library

Address

Broad Street, Coventry

Description

A public library building on Broad Street which was built in 1912.

Monument Type (Date)

LIBRARY ((throughout) Early 20th Century - 1912 AD)

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View full details of Elm Bank Teachers' Centre (formerly Cheylesmore Council School)

Name

Elm Bank Teachers' Centre (formerly Cheylesmore Council School)

Address

Mile Lane, Coventry

Description

Elm Bank Teacher's Centre. Originally Cheylesmore Council School - opened 1911; repaired after bomb damage in 1940.

Monument Type (Date)

SCHOOL (Early 20th Century - 1911 AD)

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View full details of Fern House Farm

Name

Fern House Farm

Address

Tamworth Road, Coventry

Description

Early 19th century 'symmetrical' farmhouse. Probably built some time between 1841 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

FARMHOUSE (Victorian - 1841 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Flying Standard public house ('Priory Gate' building)

Name

Flying Standard public house ('Priory Gate' building)

Address

2-10 Trinity Street and 1 & 2 Priory Row, Coventry

Description

Flying Standard public house. Also known as 'Priory Gate' building', formerly H. Samuel and Timothy White's. Built c. 1938/9. Mock-timbered 'Tudor' architecture over steel frame.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Early 20th Century - 1938 AD to 1939 AD)

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View full details of Foleshill Road United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational School, formerly British School)

Name

Foleshill Road United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational School, formerly British School)

Address

Old Church Road, Coventry

Description

Foleshill Road United Reformed Church which was opened as a congregational school in 1848. Possibly opened as a Sunday School attached to Little Heath Congregational Chapel before 1833 and became a British School in 1846 and Board School from 1887.

Monument Type (Date)

Church (Victorian - 1848 AD)

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View full details of Former Allard Cycle Company

Name

Former Allard Cycle Company

Address

38 Moor Street, Coventry

Description

The former premises used by the Allard Cycle Company from 1891 which later switched to producing cars in 1899. This is a two-storey building, of red brick with stone dressings; its fa

Monument Type (Date)

BICYCLE FACTORY ((between) Victorian - 1891 AD to 1899 AD)

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View full details of Ellen Terry Building (formerly Odeon Cinema)

Name

Ellen Terry Building (formerly Odeon Cinema)

Address

35 Jordan Well, Coventry

Description

35 Jordan Well, the Odeon Cinema, built 1928-1930 and opened in 1931. The architect was M.H. Watkins (Bristol).

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Early 20th Century - 1928 AD to 1930 AD)

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View full details of Holbrook Public Library

Name

Holbrook Public Library

Address

Briscoe Road, Coventry

Description

A public library building which was probably built circa 1937 along with Hen Lane Council School. The library was built as a public one from the start, never part of the school.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1937 AD)

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View full details of Former Challenge Cycle Works

Name

Former Challenge Cycle Works

Address

203-269 Foleshill Road, Coventry

Description

An office building of the former Challenge Cycle Works on Foleshill Road dating to 1906. The building is or red brick with stone dressings.

Monument Type (Date)

AIR RAID SHELTER (Early 20th Century to Late 20th Century - 1914 AD to 1945 AD)

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View full details of Former Singer Car Factory

Name

Former Singer Car Factory

Address

Raglan Street, Coventry

Description

The Singer Factory building was probably first built in the 1880s and by 1914 had been extended to it's current size.

Monument Type (Date)

INDUSTRIAL BUILDING (Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1880 AD? to 1914 AD)

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View full details of Free Methodist Church or Ebenezer Chapel

Name

Free Methodist Church or Ebenezer Chapel

Address

Alderman's Green Road, Coventry

Description

Free Methodist Church or 'Ebenezer' Chapel in Alderman's Green Road, which was built in 1898, of brick with stone dressings. The front elevation has a central entrance flanked by brick pilasters and stone entablature supported on consoles.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1898 AD)

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View full details of Grange Farm Barns

Name

Grange Farm Barns

Address

Grange Road, Coventry

Description

Barns at Grange Farm which may be 18th century in date.

Monument Type (Date)

BARN (18th Century - 1701 AD to 1800 AD)

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View full details of Hearsall Primary School (formerly Centaur Road Council School)

Name

Hearsall Primary School (formerly Centaur Road Council School)

Address

Kingston Road (Centaur Road, Bristol Road), Coventry

Description

Hearsall Community Primary School, Kingston Road (Centaur Road, Bristol Road). Opened in 1913. Originally Centaur Road Council School, with boys, girls and infants departments; became Hearsall School in 1949 and a secondary school from 1961.

Monument Type (Date)

SCHOOL (Early 20th Century - 1913 AD)

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View full details of Highfield House (formerly Coventry Churches Housing Association, formerly Touchstone Housing Association Offices)

Name

Highfield House (formerly Coventry Churches Housing Association, formerly Touchstone Housing Association Offices)

Address

St.Nicholas Street, Coventry

Description

Highfield House built in 1853-54.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1853 AD to 1854 AD)

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View full details of Earlsdon Branch Library

Name

Earlsdon Branch Library

Address

Earlsdon Avenue North, Coventry

Description

Earlsdon Branch Library. One of three built in 1912-13 with the aid of a grant from Andrew Carnegie, the famous American steel magnate. Red brick with stone dressings and grey slate roof.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1912 AD to 1913 AD)

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View full details of Pumping Station

Name

Pumping Station

Address

Wall Hill Road, Coventry

Description

Pumping Station (City of Coventry Waterworks). 1930, red brick with stone dressings, 12 light windows to main block and interesting pattern of glazing bars to windows on side wing. Added mainly for group value.

Monument Type (Date)

PUMPING STATION (Early 20th Century - 1930 AD)

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View full details of Coach and Horses

Name

Coach and Horses

Address

Longford Road, Coventry

Description

A public house that was probably built in the 19th century and is adjacent to number 199.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE ((between) 18th Century to Victorian - 1775 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Marton House

Name

Marton House

Address

Pickford Grange Lane, Coventry

Description

Brick house (farm house?), rendered in white, with grey slate roof and red brick chimneys. Range of red brick and clay tile outbuildings (including stables) with rear elevations facing the lane.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1841 AD)

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View full details of Mosley Terrace, 26 - 42 (even numbers) Coundon Road

Name

Mosley Terrace, 26 - 42 (even numbers) Coundon Road

Address

26 - 42 Coundon Road, Coventry

Description

Moseley Terrace, a row of houses built at some point between 1849 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1849 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Morris Buildings

Name

Morris Buildings

Address

90, 92 and 94 Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

90, 92 and 94 Gosford Street originally erected by Hotchkiss et Cie in 1917 for the manufacture of machine guns, and taken over by Morris in 1923 as engine works. Now used by Coventry University and named the William Morris building.

Monument Type (Date)

ENGINEERING WORKS ((between) Early 20th Century - 1917 AD to 1923 AD)

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View full details of Moat Building, Spon Gate School

Name

Moat Building, Spon Gate School

Address

Upper Spon Street, Coventry

Description

Existing Moat Building probably dates to 1903-6 block but could incorporate 1891 building. The school opened in 1873 in a building dating from 1869; then enlarged in 1891 and 1903-6. (Original building bombed in WW2 and subsequently demolished.)

Monument Type (Date)

SCHOOL ((between) Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1891 AD to 1906 AD)

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View full details of Methodist Sunday School

Name

Methodist Sunday School

Address

Alderman's Green Road, Coventry

Description

A Methodist Sunday school on Alderman's Green Road, which was built around 1850.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Victorian - 1850 AD)

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View full details of Methodist Central Hall

Name

Methodist Central Hall

Address

Warwick Lane, Coventry

Description

The Methodist Central Hall in Warwick Lane, built in 1931, opened in 1932.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH (Early 20th Century - 1931 AD)

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View full details of Melbourne House

Name

Melbourne House

Address

23 and 25 Earlsdon Avenue South, Coventry

Description

Now a residential home. Part of a group of large 'Arts and Crafts' style semi-detached properties listed for group value.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((between) Early 20th Century - 1901 AD to 1920 AD)

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View full details of Maplewood (formerly The Birches)

Name

Maplewood (formerly The Birches)

Address

Tamworth Road, Coventry

Description

A Victorian House called Maplewood (formerly The Birches) on Tamworth Road. Built around 1873 for Charles James Bill in an eclectic style. Some highly ornate carved woodwork internally.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1873 AD)

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View full details of HPL Prototypes factory (formerly Cam Design, formerly MGA Developments Ltd, formerly Rover/Triumph Service Division)

Name

HPL Prototypes factory (formerly Cam Design, formerly MGA Developments Ltd, formerly Rover/Triumph Service Division)

Address

Birmingham Road, Coventry

Description

Built in 1937/38 with 'Art' Deco style external and internal detailing.

Monument Type (Date)

CAR FACTORY (Early 20th Century - 1937 AD to 1938 AD)

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View full details of Longford Baptist Church (formerly Union Place Baptist Church)

Name

Longford Baptist Church (formerly Union Place Baptist Church)

Address

Union Place, Coventry

Description

A Baptist church built in 1827 and extended in 1885-86. Begun as secession from Salem chapel in 1826.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH (19th Century to Victorian - 1827 AD to 1886 AD)

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View full details of Lodge to Highfield House (also known as Kingscote)

Name

Lodge to Highfield House (also known as Kingscote)

Address

93 St.Nicholas Street, Coventry

Description

Lodge to Highfield House, probably built in the mid-19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

LODGE (19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Keresley Manor, lodge and outbuildings

Name

Keresley Manor, lodge and outbuildings

Address

Tamworth Road, Coventry

Description

Keresley Manor and lodge and outbuildings were probably built in the late 19th century. Became a children

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1888 AD to 1905 AD)

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View full details of Keresley House

Name

Keresley House

Address

Tamworth Road, Coventry

Description

Keresley House was originally built in the late 18th century as a gentleman's residence. Reputedly built c.1775 with additions around 1853 and early 20th century. It's gardens are thought to have been designed by Paxton.

Monument Type (Date)

CELLAR (18th Century - 1775 AD)

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View full details of K6 telephone kiosk near pumping station

Name

K6 telephone kiosk near pumping station

Address

Wall Hill Road, Coventry

Description

A K6 telephone kiosk on Wall Hill Road near pumping station, of a design produced in 1935 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. Cast iron square kiosk with domed roof, glazed 3 sides with small rectangular panes and marginal glazing.

Monument Type (Date)

TELEPHONE BOX (Early 20th Century - 1935 AD)

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View full details of Jubilee Hall

Name

Jubilee Hall

Address

Alderman's Green Road, Coventry

Description

Jubilee Hall, Alderman's Green Road, was built in brick with stone dressings in 1908 in a mix of Gothic and Classical styles. Added for group value with the chapel and the Sunday School and the War Memorial.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH (Early 20th Century - 1908 AD)

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View full details of Network Rail College (formerly Cable and Wireless College)

Name

Network Rail College (formerly Cable and Wireless College)

Address

320 Westwood Heath Road, Coventry

Description

Former Cable and Wireless College. Network Rail acquired building 29/04/2005. Built October 1991-September 1993. Architect David Prichard, then of MacCormac, Jamieson and Prichard (London). Civic Trust Award. Award from British Association of Landscape.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Late 20th Century - 1991 AD to 1993 AD)

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View full details of Old Grammar School

Name

Old Grammar School

Address

1-7 St Bartholemews Close and 17 Brinklow Road, Coventry

Description

Grammar School buildings dating from 1879, although some may have been used earlier as agricultural buildings. This is a grouping of 19th century brick and tile buildings, some of which were originally in agricultural use.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((pre) Victorian - 1879 AD)

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View full details of Holy Family Roman Catholic Church

Name

Holy Family Roman Catholic Church

Address

177 Parkgate Road, Coventry

Description

Holy Family Roman Catholic Church. Similar basic form to the new cathedral. Built 1966-67 by architects Peppard and Duffey.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Late 20th Century - 1966 AD to 1967 AD)

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View full details of Old Daimler Power House (originally known as the 'Motor Mills')

Name

Old Daimler Power House (originally known as the 'Motor Mills')

Address

Sandy Lane, Coventry

Description

Former Daimler power house built 1907 in red brick. The only remaining part of Lawsons's Daimler Factory, where Britain's first Daimler car was built in 1897 (originally known as the 'Motor Mills')

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Early 20th Century - 1907 AD)

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View full details of Humber Hotel

Name

Humber Hotel

Address

26 Humber Road, Coventry

Description

Public house built in the early 20th century in the Arts and Crafts style as part of Humber factory employees' estate. The section facing Humber Avenue was built by 1912 and the Humber Road section is later.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1905 AD to 1936 AD)

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View full details of Newlands public house

Name

Newlands public house

Address

348 Tile Hill Lane, Coventry

Description

A public house built in the Arts and Crafts style in the early 1930s. Including pumphouse in garden. Interior remodelled.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE ((at some time) Early 20th Century - 1930 AD? to 1935 AD?)

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View full details of Oak House (formerly Pinkett's Booth, formerly Royal Oak)

Name

Oak House (formerly Pinkett's Booth, formerly Royal Oak)

Address

Birmingham Road, Coventry

Description

This building was in existence before 1616 and is known from documentary sources to have operated as a beer house called Pinkett's Booth during the 17th century, and later a public house called Royal Oak.

Monument Type (Date)

BEER HOUSE ((pre) Jacobean - 1616 AD)

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View full details of Oaken End Farm

Name

Oaken End Farm

Address

Oak Lane, Coventry

Description

A post-medieval farmhouse, barn and other buildings in farmyard range. Farmhouse is 19th century brick one storey plus attic with 17th century timber-framed and brick infill wing to north. Brick barn is 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

BARN (Post Medieval to 19th Century - 1540 AD to 1809 AD)

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View full details of Old Ball Hotel

Name

Old Ball Hotel

Address

62 Walsgrave Road, Coventry

Description

A public house whose original building may date back to the 18th century. The frontage was altered in 1910 and other parts of the building have subsequently been altered and extended.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century to Early 20th Century - 1750 AD? to 1910 AD)

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View full details of Old Crown Inn public house

Name

Old Crown Inn public house

Address

89 Windmill Road, Coventry

Description

Public house built in 1914 in red brick with stone dressings and bandings, a decorative balustrade, double bays and 'Dutch' gables. It has a very solid and imposing appearance and is situated not far from Longford Park School.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1914 AD)

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View full details of Newfield House & Lodge

Name

Newfield House & Lodge

Address

Kingfield Road, Coventry

Description

Newfield House and associated Lodge. The original house and lodge of Thomas Arnold Cash, which were built around 1900 and designed by E.J. May of Bloomsbury Square, London.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1888 AD to 1905 AD)

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View full details of Pond Farm House (formerly Acorn Lodge)

Name

Pond Farm House (formerly Acorn Lodge)

Address

Upper Eastern Green Lane, Coventry

Description

A farm house that is thought to have been built in the 16th or 17th century. Excluding derelict 19th century farm buildings

Monument Type (Date)

FARMHOUSE (16th Century to 17th Century - 1501 AD? to 1700 AD?)

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View full details of Old Farm, 3 Freshfields Close

Name

Old Farm, 3 Freshfields Close

Address

3 Freshfields Close (off Brown's Lane), Coventry

Description

Part of The Old Farm which comprises two buildings (The Cottage - number 1 Freshfields Close and The Old Farm - number 3 Freshfields Close). The Old Farm (number 3 Freshfields Close) was built between 1844 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

FARMHOUSE (Victorian - 1844 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Old Vicarage

Name

Old Vicarage

Address

Old Church Road, Coventry

Description

Old Vicarage. A vicarage that was recorded on the 1775 Foleshill Inclosure Map and Award. It became a Brandon House Nursing Home in 1992, after 'restoration' in the same year.

Monument Type (Date)

(Former Type) VICARAGE ((pre) 18th Century - 1775 AD)

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View full details of Park Cottage

Name

Park Cottage

Address

14 East Avenue, Coventry

Description

A house that was built at some point between 1842 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Victorian - 1842 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Pattison's College or Pattison's Dancing Academy (formerly Stoke Church of England Infants' School, formerly Stoke National School)

Name

Pattison's College or Pattison's Dancing Academy (formerly Stoke Church of England Infants' School, formerly Stoke National School)

Address

64 Binley Road, Coventry

Description

A school building that may include building materials from a poor house that formerly stood on the site. Built in 1833, enlarged 1841.

Monument Type (Date)

SCHOOL (Victorian - 1840 AD)

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View full details of Phoenix public house (formerly The Scream and formerly Sir Colin Campbell public house)

Name

Phoenix public house (formerly The Scream and formerly Sir Colin Campbell public house)

Address

122 Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Built 1906, after extension of Whitefriars Street northwards to join Gosford Street/Jordan Well. Two storey Edwardian corner pub with Art Nouveau gables and glazed brick on ground floor.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1906 AD)

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View full details of Plate letterbox corner of 124 Aldermans Green Road

Name

Plate letterbox corner of 124 Aldermans Green Road

Address

Corner of 124 Aldermans Green Road, Coventry

Description

Plate letterbox on corner of 124 Alderman's Green Road. Dated circa 1900; Victorian. "VR" and cipher, wide slot and "bracket", shaped mouldings either side.

Monument Type (Date)

POST BOX (19th Century - 1801 AD? to 1900 AD?)

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View full details of Rainbow Inn Coach House

Name

Rainbow Inn Coach House

Address

Birmingham Road, Coventry

Description

The coach house of the Rainbow Inn.

Monument Type (Date)

COACH HOUSE (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of The Foresters public house

Name

The Foresters public house

Address

7 Raglan Street, Coventry

Description

A triangular shaped public house at the junction of Raglan Street, Alma Street and Lower Ford Street. Possibly dating to 1868.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (Victorian - 1860 AD to 1868 AD)

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View full details of Co-operative store

Name

Co-operative store

Address

Corporation Street, Coventry

Description

Co-operative Society store, built 1954-1956.

Monument Type (Date)

COOPERATIVE STORE (Late 20th Century - 1954 AD to 1956 AD

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View full details of Rose and Woodbine public house

Name

Rose and Woodbine public house

Address

78 Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry

Description

This building was built in 1898 and replaced an earlier public house on the same site.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (Victorian - 1898 AD)

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View full details of Singer Hall (formerly Singer Company Offices)

Name

Singer Hall (formerly Singer Company Offices)

Address

Canterbury Street, Coventry

Description

An office block at the Singer Works, built in the late 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

INDUSTRIAL BUILDING (Victorian - 1851 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Ravenswood House (formerly Keresley Villa)

Name

Ravenswood House (formerly Keresley Villa)

Address

Bennetts Road, Coventry

Description

Late 19th century two storey, brick, slate roof, plaster quoins and window surrounds, sash windows with one vertical glazing bar. Semicircular leaded entrance. Recessed porch with arched opening, pilasters and cornice. Originally Keresley Villa.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (Victorian - 1851 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Red Lion Inn

Name

Red Lion Inn

Address

Ansty Road, Coventry

Description

The Red Lion public house 'Arts and Crafts Revival' public house and outbuilding. Built in 1929 to replace an earlier inn of the same name.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1929 AD)

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View full details of Remains of ice house

Name

Remains of ice house

Address

Rear of 11 and 12 Knoll Croft, Coventry

Description

The remains of an icehouse, once belonging to Stivichall Hall, now survive in a rear garden and are used as a rockery.

Monument Type (Date)

ICEHOUSE (19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary and St. Benedict

Name

Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary and St. Benedict

Address

Raglan Street, Coventry

Description

Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary and St. Benedict, Raglan Street, built 1893.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1893 AD)

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View full details of Rookery Farm House (formerly Lower Coundon Farm)

Name

Rookery Farm House (formerly Lower Coundon Farm)

Address

North Brook Road, Coventry

Description

Farmhouse at Rookery Farm. This was called Lower Coundon Farm in the 19th century and the buildings are depicted on a plan of 1824 and the 1844 tithe map and still survive. Possibly date to the early 19th century.

Monument Type (Date)

FARM (Post Medieval to Victorian - 1540 AD to 1844 AD)

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View full details of Slash Pitts Farm

Name

Slash Pitts Farm

Address

Wall Hill Road, Coventry

Description

A farmhouse and other farm buildings that are post-medieval in date, the farmhouse having a timber frame concealed by modern render, modern windows, etc. Attractive irregular grouping of (mainly) old farm buildings.

Monument Type (Date)

FARMHOUSE (Post Medieval to 19th Century - 1540 AD to 1808 AD)

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View full details of Stoke Branch Library

Name

Stoke Branch Library

Address

Walsgrave Road, Coventry

Description

A public library building that was built in red brick with stone dressings, classical detailing, slated roof, lantern over entrance pediment. Built between 1912 and 1913 with grant aid from Carnegie United Kingdom Trust.

Monument Type (Date)

LIBRARY ((between) Early 20th Century - 1912 AD to 1913 AD)

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View full details of Rosedale

Name

Rosedale

Address

Clifford Bridge Road, Coventry

Description

Rosedale, now two dwellings but formerly one. It was built at some point between 1778 and 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century to Victorian - 1778 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Roundhouse Cottage

Name

Roundhouse Cottage

Address

97 Cromwell Lane, Coventry

Description

A cottage that dates back to at least 1766 when it was depicted on an estate map of Stoneleigh.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((at some time) Post Medieval to 18th Century - 1540 AD to 1766 AD)

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View full details of Royal Court Hotel (formerly Keresley Hall)

Name

Royal Court Hotel (formerly Keresley Hall)

Address

Tamworth Road, Coventry

Description

Late 19th century mansion built for William Hillman of the Hillman Motor Company.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Ryding Cottage

Name

Ryding Cottage

Address

121 Aldermans Green Road, Coventry

Description

Ryding Cottage, Aldermans Green Road, an 18th century building built 1765.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (18th Century - 1765 AD)

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View full details of Salem Baptist Church

Name

Salem Baptist Church

Address

Lady Lane, Coventry

Description

Salem Baptist Chapel, first built 1765; rebuilt 1807 and enlarged 1825. Again rebuilt 1872 (present building) to seat 864. Added to Local List for historical significance to Longford.

Monument Type (Date)

BAPTIST CHAPEL ((between) Victorian - 1872 AD)

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View full details of Saracen's Head public house

Name

Saracen's Head public house

Address

Longford Road, Coventry

Description

A building probably constructed in the late 18th century, adjacent to Longford Square and the 'Coach and Horses' public house.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century - 1750 AD? to 1775 AD)

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View full details of Sluice Gate over River Sherbourne (Charterhouse Fields)

Name

Sluice Gate over River Sherbourne (Charterhouse Fields)

Address

London Road, Coventry

Description

Sluice gates on River Sherbourne. The sluice was important during World War 2 in ensuring the river channel was well filled so that firefighters could fill their hoses from it. Constructed about 1942.

Monument Type (Date)

SLUICE (Early 20th Century - 1942 AD)

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View full details of St. George's Church

Name

St. George's Church

Address

Barkers' Butts Lane, Coventry

Description

Church of St. George, Barkers Butts Lane, was dedicated in 1939. It was designed by N.F. Cachemaille-Day and built of red brick in a modern version of the Perpendicular style.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH (Early 20th Century - 1939 AD)

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View full details of Rothesay Terrace

Name

Rothesay Terrace

Address

27 to 57 Barras Lane, Coventry

Description

Former watchmakers' housing, built circa 1890, 3 storeys, red brick, steep pitched tile roof with gabled dormers, sash windows with single vertical glazing bar, stone heads and cills. Richly ornamented terracotta tiles in bands.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1888 AD to 1905 AD)

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View full details of St. Andrew's Church

Name

St. Andrew's Church

Address

Church Lane, Coventry

Description

St. Andrew's Church, Upper Eastern Green, was built in 1875. Built and endowed by Mrs. Morgan, architect was Teulon.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH (Victorian - 1875 AD)

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View full details of Coliseum Buildings or Odeon Buildings

Name

Coliseum Buildings or Odeon Buildings

Address

34 Jordan Well and 1 - 7 Whitefriars Street, Coventry

Description

The Coliseum theatre, dance hall and cafe

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century to Unknown - 1923 AD)

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View full details of Southfields Old School (also known as Community Education Centre, formerly South Street Board School)

Name

Southfields Old School (also known as Community Education Centre, formerly South Street Board School)

Address

South Street, Coventry

Description

The former South Street Board School was built in 1874 and extended in 1897.

Monument Type (Date)

BOARD SCHOOL ((at some time) Victorian - 1874 AD)

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View full details of Spar (formerly Yates' Wine Bar, formerly Waring and Gillows, formerly Anslow's)

Name

Spar (formerly Yates' Wine Bar, formerly Waring and Gillows, formerly Anslow's)

Address

16 & 17 High Street /1 & 2 Hay Lane, Coventry

Description

This prominent corner building stands on the site of buildings demolished before 1898. Four storeys, red brick with stone dressings and window surrounds, and a curved elevation to the street corner. An important part of the street scene.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1898 AD to 1913 AD)

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View full details of Spring Cottage

Name

Spring Cottage

Address

Washbrook Lane, Coventry

Description

Built some time before 1808.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (18th Century to 19th Century - 1750 AD to 1808 AD)

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View full details of St Osburgs Priory & Presbytery

Name

St Osburgs Priory & Presbytery

Address

Upper Hill Street, Coventry

Description

Presbytery and St. Osburg's Priory, a light red brick building dating to the early 1950s.

Monument Type (Date)

PRIORY ((at some time) Late 20th Century - 1950 AD to 1955 AD)

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View full details of St. Alban's Church

Name

St. Alban's Church

Address

Mercer Avenue, Coventry

Description

St. Alban's Church, Mercer Avenue. It was opened in 1929, designed by H.B. Creswell, and is built of red brick with a Roman tile roof.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1929 AD)

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View full details of Smithy Cottage (formerly Birch Tree Cottage)

Name

Smithy Cottage (formerly Birch Tree Cottage)

Address

2 Wall Hill Road, Coventry

Description

A house that is depicted on the 1844 Coundon Tithe Map but which may have been built at an earlier date.

Monument Type (Date)

GARDEN (Victorian - 1844 AD)

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View full details of Steeple House (formerly Coventry Centre for Performing Art, formerly Coventry School of Music, formerly St. John's Schools)

Name

Steeple House (formerly Coventry Centre for Performing Art, formerly Coventry School of Music, formerly St. John's Schools)

Address

Percy Street, Coventry

Description

Steeple House, a school that was built in 1884. The infant classroom was destroyed by bombs in 1940 but the school was repaired in 1954-55.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((throughout) Victorian - 1884 AD)

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View full details of St. Andrew's Church of England School (original part) and school house

Name

St. Andrew's Church of England School (original part) and school house

Address

Church Lane, Coventry

Description

St. Andrew's Church of England School, the original building of which dates to the 19th century, and school house (now caretaker's house).

Monument Type (Date)

SCHOOL (19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of St. Luke's Church

Name

St. Luke's Church

Address

Rotherham Road, Coventry

Description

Church of St. Luke, built 1939 and altered after World War 2 air raid damage. Architect N.F. Chachemaille-Day.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1939 AD)

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View full details of St. Margaret of Antioch's Church

Name

St. Margaret of Antioch's Church

Address

50 Walsgrave Road, Coventry

Description

Parish Church of St. Margaret of Antioch (Church of England). Built 1910-11; red brick with stone dressings in the Perpendicular style; west bellcote with 1 bell, lantern over nave with tall spirelet.

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH (Early 20th Century - 1910 AD to 1911 AD)

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View full details of St. Nicholas' Church

Name

St. Nicholas' Church

Address

Sherwood Jones Close (off Radford Road and Engleton Road), Coventry

Description

St. Nicholas's Church, off Radford Road, which was built between 1955 and 1957

Monument Type (Date)

CHURCH ((between) Late 20th Century - 1955 AD to 1957 AD)

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View full details of St. Osburg's RC Primary School

Name

St. Osburg's RC Primary School

Address

Upper Hill Street, Coventry

Description

The northwest wing of St. Osburg's RC Primary School, which was built in the 1950s. Together with the presbytery and church to the north the building they form a strong and distinctive group of post-war buildings.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Late 20th Century - 1950 AD to 1959 AD)

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View full details of Station House

Name

Station House

Address

Coundon Road, Coventry

Description

Station House, a sandstone building erected around 1838 at the time the railway line opened, as part of Coundon Road Station.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1838 AD?)

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View full details of September Cottage

Name

September Cottage

Address

38 and 40 Hinckley Road, Coventry

Description

Nos 38 and 40, 'September Cottage'. A house that was built before 1844 as it is marked on the Sowe Tithe Map of this date.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) 18th Century to Victorian - 1800 AD? to 1844 AD)

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View full details of Rainbows public house (formerly Admiral Lord Rodney public house and formerly Formidable public house)

Name

Rainbows public house (formerly Admiral Lord Rodney public house and formerly Formidable public house)

Address

88 Short Street (formerly on Much Park Street), Coventry

Description

A public house on Short Street that may date back to the 16th century. It's timber frame is visible in the gable end of the building. It was formerly situated on Much Park Street but this is now Short Street.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (16th Century - 1501 AD? to 1600 AD?)

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View full details of The Limes

Name

The Limes

Address

1 Chester Street, Coventry

Description

Dating from around the 1880s, this is an imposing three-storied, double-fronted house in brick with stone dressings. The modern 'box' extension of the side adjacent to No. 3 Chester Street is excluded from the listing.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1880 AD)

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View full details of The Elms

Name

The Elms

Address

383 Broad Lane, Coventry

Description

A 17th century timber framed building with late 18th century north wing and 20th century south extension.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (17th Century to 20th Century - 1601 AD to 2000 AD)

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View full details of The Oaklands (barn and farm buildings)

Name

The Oaklands (barn and farm buildings)

Address

Clay Lane, Coventry

Description

A barn and other buildings at Oaklands Farm, Clay Lane, which are probably of 19th century date.

Monument Type (Date)

BARN (19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD? to 1859 AD?)

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View full details of The Cedars public house

Name

The Cedars public house

Address

Barkers' Butts Lane, Coventry

Description

The Cedars public house. The building dates to the early 20th century

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE ((between) Early 20th Century - 1920 AD to 1935 AD)

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View full details of The Chace (now The Chace Hotel) (Edwardian part)

Name

The Chace (now The Chace Hotel) (Edwardian part)

Address

London Road, Coventry

Description

Built between 1897 and 1903 for Charles Iliffe who was the City Coroner and Poor Law Director. In 1930 it was converted to a hotel and later extended. Local listing covers only original Edwardian house c1897-03.

Monument Type (Date)

HOTEL (Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1897 AD to 1903 AD)

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View full details of The Cottage

Name

The Cottage

Address

Browns Lane, Coventry

Description

The house appears to have been built by 1844 as it is recorded on the tithe map.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE ((at some time) Post Medieval to Victorian - 1540 AD to 1844 AD)

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View full details of The Cottage, The Old Farm, 1 Freshfields Close

Name

The Cottage, The Old Farm, 1 Freshfields Close

Address

1 Freshfields Close (off Brown's Lane), Coventry

Description

Part of The Old Farm which comprises two buildings (The Cottage - number 1 Freshfields Close and The Old Farm - number 3 Freshfields Close). The Cottage (number 1 Freshfields Close) was built at some point between 1905 and 1925.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Early 20th Century - 1905 AD to 1925 AD)

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View full details of The Earl Of Mercia public house (formerly Phoenix, formerly Midland Bank)

Name

The Earl Of Mercia public house (formerly Phoenix, formerly Midland Bank)

Address

18 High Street and 3 Little Park Street, Coventry

Description

18 High Street (also 3 Little Park Street), Midland Bank. 1896, Frank Barlow Osborn (Birmingham). Builder: Charles Haywood Junior (Coventry).

Monument Type (Date)

BANK (FINANCIAL) (Victorian - 1896 AD)

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View full details of The Old Cottage

Name

The Old Cottage

Address

179 Hawkes Mill Lane, Coventry

Description

The Old Cottage is probably of 18th century date.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (17th Century to 19th Century - 1654 AD to 1808 AD)

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View full details of The Bell Inn

Name

The Bell Inn

Address

Station Avenue, Coventry, CV4 9H

Description

The Bell Inn is a public house located on Station Avenue in Tile Hill. The building is shown on a map dating to 1813. There is a pub listed on this site in the 1851 census, then “The Wheelwright Arms”. The pub was previously known as the "Bell-In-The-Tree” Inn.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (19th Century to 20th Century)

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View full details of The Elms Public House (formerly Paybody House, formerly Paybody Eye Hospital)

Name

The Elms Public House (formerly Paybody House, formerly Paybody Eye Hospital)

Address

Birmingham Road, Coventry

Description

The Elms public house the earliest parts of which date back to the 1590s. Formerly Paybody House, formerly Paybody Eye Hospital.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) Elizabethan - 1590 AD to 1600 AD)

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View full details of The Gosford Arms (formerly The Pitt's Head)

Name

The Gosford Arms (formerly The Pitt's Head)

Address

65 & 66 Far Gosford Street, Coventry

Description

Public house, two storey, six bays, brick built with parapet. Formerly the Pitt's Head and then the Gosford Arms. May date to the 16th century.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (16th Century - 1501 AD? to 1600 AD)

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View full details of The Grange (formerly known as Keresley Grange)

Name

The Grange (formerly known as Keresley Grange)

Address

Brownshill Green Road, Coventry

Description

Now usually referred to simply as 'The Grange' to avoid confusion with the adjacent Keresley Grange School. It was built about 1876 for Hugh Rotherham of the Coventry watchmaking family.

Monument Type (Date)

COUNTRY HOUSE? ((at some time) Victorian - 1876 AD)

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View full details of The Hearsall public house

Name

The Hearsall public house

Address

45 Craven Street, Coventry

Description

A public house that may date to the early 19th century. Two houses and gardens are recorded on this site in 1849. It may be these buildings that had been converted to a public house by 1888.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (19th Century to Victorian - 1801 AD to 1849 AD)

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View full details of The Langleys (formerly The Langleys and The Laurels)

Name

The Langleys (formerly The Langleys and The Laurels)

Address

Stoke Green, Coventry

Description

A house at Stoke Green that may have been built in the 17th century but has later alterations and additions. It was at one time divided into two houses but is currently a single residence.

Monument Type (Date)

HOUSE (17th Century to Victorian - 1601 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of The Limes

Name

The Limes

Address

Fivefield Road, Coventry

Description

Large detached house, built probably circa 1900 (after 1887 and before 1902). Decorative barge boards, ridge tiles, stone quoins to corners and window surrounds, sash windows, pebble dashed brickwork. Later bungalow attached at side.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1887 AD to 1902 AD)

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View full details of The Old Fire Station

Name

The Old Fire Station

Address

Hales Street, Coventry

Description

Former fire station on Hales Street. The building is of brick and was built in 1902; and extended 1934.

Monument Type (Date)

FIRE STATION ((between) Early 20th Century - 1902 AD)

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View full details of War Memorial outside KoCo Ltd (former Renold Chain Office Building)

Name

War Memorial outside KoCo Ltd (former Renold Chain Office Building)

Address

Spon End, Coventry

Description

A pillar-type war memorial to the workers of Renold Chain which stands outside the former office building. Tall, pillar type war memorial (to workers from Renold Chain), painted black (metal?).

Monument Type (Date)

WAR MEMORIAL (Late 20th Century to Modern - 1945 AD to 2050 AD)

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View full details of Swift Factory / Quinton Works (also known as New Beeston Works)

Name

Swift Factory / Quinton Works (also known as New Beeston Works)

Address

Quinton Road/Mile Lane, Coventry

Description

Built in 1890/1891 for S. and B. Gorton as a cycle factory. From 1900 the buildings were used as a chocolate factory and by 1905 they were in use as a car factory. Office block remains. Other factory buildings were demolished 1997-98.

Monument Type (Date)

BICYCLE FACTORY ((between) Victorian - 1890 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of Victorian wall post box, adjacent to 23 Nicholls Street

Name

Victorian wall post box, adjacent to 23 Nicholls Street

Address

23 Nicholls Street, Coventry

Description

Victorian wall post box, adjacent to 23 Nicholls Street, Hillfields. Cipher not picked out in gold. Still in use. Hood over letter slot labelled 'Post Office'. Same type as Coundon Street example.

Monument Type (Date)

POST BOX (19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of The Black Horse Public House

Name

The Black Horse Public House

Address

Spon End, Coventry

Description

A public house which originated in the mid-C18 but was substantially rebuilt in the second quarter of the C19. REASONS FOR DESIGNATION (when designated Grade II between 02/09/2011 and 06/02/2012): The Black Horse public house, a C19 public house with an

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING ((between) 19th Century to Victorian - 1820 AD to 1840 AD)

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View full details of The Studios (formerly The Old Vicarage and coach house, formerly The Gables, formerly The Studio)

Name

The Studios (formerly The Old Vicarage and coach house, formerly The Gables, formerly The Studio)

Address

Church Lane, Coventry

Description

The Old Vicarage and coach-house are 19th century buildings.

Monument Type (Date)

COACH HOUSE (19th Century - 1801 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of The Town Wall Tavern

Name

The Town Wall Tavern

Address

25 & 26 Bond Street, Coventry

Description

Public house. The street was originally known as 'the Town Wall' hence the public house's name, which is probably of mid 19th century date.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (19th Century to Victorian - 1835 AD to 1851 AD)

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View full details of Toll Gate public house

Name

Toll Gate public house

Address

Holyhead Road, Coventry

Description

A late 1930s public house built in the Art Deco style.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1936 AD to 1939 AD?)

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View full details of Tudor Rose (formerly Tally Ho)

Name

Tudor Rose (formerly Tally Ho)

Address

17 Burges, Coventry

Description

17 Burges - the 'Tally Ho' public house. Changed its name in 1995 to 'The Tudor Rose'.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (Early 20th Century - 1930 AD)

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View full details of Victorian pillar box outside 99 and 101 Holyhead Road at the junction with Minster Road

Name

Victorian pillar box outside 99 and 101 Holyhead Road at the junction with Minster Road

Address

Outside 99 and 101 Holyhead Road, Coventry

Description

Victorian pillar box outside numbers 99 and 101 Holyhead Road, at the junction with Minster Road. Standard cylindrical, red pillar box with black plinth and a shallow, projecting dome capping. 'VR' cipher (damaged). Only one of its type left in the city.

Monument Type (Date)

PILLAR BOX (Victorian - 1837 AD to 1900 AD)

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View full details of The Stone House and Frater House and Millbourne House

Name

The Stone House and Frater House and Millbourne House

Address

Washbrook Lane, Coventry

Description

The Stone House (formerly a farmhouse) and Frater House and Millbourne House (formerly associated ranges of outbuildings) that were built by 1807 but may be considerably earlier in date.

Monument Type (Date)

BARN (Post Medieval to 19th Century - 1540 AD to 1807 AD)

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View full details of Wood Farm (formerly Tilehill Farm)

Name

Wood Farm (formerly Tilehill Farm)

Address

4 & 6 Hawthorn Lane, Coventry

Description

A farmhouse that was built between 1800 and 1855, now divided into two houses. This was formerly part of Tilehill Farm. The part that is now number 4 said to have been built 1855; number 6 earlier-early 19th century? Name changed c.1935.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (18th Century to Victorian - 1800 AD to 1855 AD)

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View full details of Victorian wall post box, in the boundary wall of no. 42 Coundon Road (but facing Coundon Street)

Name

Victorian wall post box, in the boundary wall of no. 42 Coundon Road (but facing Coundon Street)

Address

Coundon Road, Coventry

Description

Victorian post box manufactured between 1886 and 1901, in the boundary wall of no. 42 Coundon Road, but facing Coundon Street. Recently restored: "VR" and cipher picked out in gold. Still in use and has group value with 26-42 Coundon Road.

Monument Type (Date)

POST BOX (Victorian to Early 20th Century - 1886 AD to 1901 AD)

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View full details of Warden's House (also known as St.Thomas's House)

Name

Warden's House (also known as St.Thomas's House)

Address

Albany Road, Coventry

Description

Warden's House, Albany Road, the former vicarage to St. Thomas' Church, probably dating to about 1900.

Monument Type (Date)

VICARAGE (Victorian - 1900 AD)

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View full details of Water pump

Name

Water pump

Address

Bayley Lane, Coventry

Description

Water pump located outside St Mary's Hall and thought to date from the early 1800’s

Monument Type (Date)

HAND PUMP (18th Century to 19th Century - 1800 AD to 1812 AD)

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View full details of Water Works House

Name

Water Works House

Address

Doe Bank Lane, Coventry

Description

A house built in 1847 for waterworks engineer. Red brick with stone dressings, gables, steeply pitched roofs with recent pan tiles. Stone surrounds and mullions to windows. Later rear wing.

Monument Type (Date)

BUILDING (Victorian - 1847 AD)

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View full details of White Lion public house

Name

White Lion public house

Address

Wall Hill Road, Coventry

Description

Attractive building, formerly a private house in prominent position on road junction. Patterned roof tiles, arched sash windows to first floor, bays on ground floor frontage. Added partly for group value.

Monument Type (Date)

PUBLIC HOUSE (Victorian - 1844 AD to 1888 AD)

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View full details of Whitley Pumping Station & Lodge

Name

Whitley Pumping Station & Lodge

Address

347 London Road, Coventry

Description

Whitley Pumping Station and associated lodge building. Built in 1895 between Folly Lane and the River Sowe. Reconstructed/electrified in 1930s.

Monument Type (Date)

LODGE (Victorian - 1895 AD)

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View full details of Yorkshire Bank

Name

Yorkshire Bank

Address

8 & 9 (otherwise known as 7 to 11) High Street, Coventry

Description

The Yorkshire Bank, nos 8 and 9 (otherwise known as Nos. 7-11), High Street was built at some time between 1919 and 1923 in the 'Classical' style.It has a fa

Monument Type (Date)

BANK (FINANCIAL) ((between) Early 20th Century - 1919 AD to 1923 AD)

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