Roman Fort at the Lunt


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Cross Wing House

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County Council

Warwickshire County Council

District Council

Warwick District Council



Parliamentary Constituency

Kenilworth and Southam

Grid Reference

SE344344 (434408, 275175)

WGS84 Coordinates

52.3732, -1.49453

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Two cottages, formerly the cross wings of a central hall range which has been demolished. No. 1 dates from circa 1600 and originally contained two parlours with chambers over. The timber frame is clad in late 17th century brick and rests on sandstone foundations. There is an unusual semi-circular extension to the rear. No. 2 is late 15th/early 16th century in date, contemporary with the former hall range, and originally served as the service wing. Timber framed, with two small, 18th century, brick extensions to the rear. Altered in the 17th century.

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