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Historically, Ash Green was a hamlet in the parish of Exhall; its history is therefore closely linked with that of the rest of the parish. More information can be found in the History section of the article on Exhall.


Of particular note in Ash Green is the parish church, parts of which date back to the 13th and 14th centuries (namely the nave, chancel and tower); Newland Hall Farm, built between the 15th and 18th centuries; Exhall House, which dates from the 18th century; and formerly Exhall Grange, a mainly 18th-century building with some elements that probably date from the 16th century.


Today, Ash Green forms part of the Coventry/Bedworth Urban Area, the conurbation that includes Coventry and Bedworth, and is in many regards a suburb of Coventry (as reflected by its inclusion in the Coventry post town); indeed, the Coventry city boundary lies immediately south of Ash Green along the former colliery railway line (adjacent to Winding House Lane and Central Boulevard), and the settlement of Ash Green is essentially contiguous with the Holbrooks district of Coventry.