It is located in the south of the county on the River Avon, directly bordering Leamington Spa to the east.
Villages in the area include Old Milverton, Hatton and Leek Wootton.
It was formally a hamlet, with Edmondscote Manor (now just inside Leamington) as the only building.
The Cape is an area of north Warwick to the west of Packmores.Cape Road runs from the town's former Northgate up to Wedgnock Lane.NAME: Geri Glass BIRTHPLACE: Phoenix, Arizona USA BUST: 38" D WAIST: 24" HIPS: 36" HEIGHT: 5’ 8" WEIGHT: 125 lbs AMBITIONS: To become a high school English teacher after getting my Ph. NEXT ON MY AGENDA: Learning to snow ski and learning to fly. TURN-ONS: Fast cars, gourmet foods, ocelots, travel. PEOPLE I ADMIRE: Mae West (funny) and Elvis Presley (sexy).The town centre consists predominantly of Georgian and Victorian properties, having been built after the Great Fire of Warwick in 1694.
A small number of vernacular buildings remain, particularly towards the edges of the old town.
Prior to 1790 (in castle ground expansion) Castle Street was a main road, continuing south all the way to Mill Street. Running north from this point is Northgate Street, which, as the name suggests, runs north to the town's former North Gate.
Beyond the East, North and West gates are Smith Street, Cape Road and West Street.
Coten End formally had a petrol station (now a Sainsburys), a tramway stables, a poor house and a cinema, which later became the showroom and factory for Healey cars.
Today the Coten End road has a mixture of residential and commercial buildings.
The ditch's location has been reflected in former road names including Wall Dyke, Wall Dyke Lane and Wallditch Street.