Wigrams house was constructed as a toll house and administrative centre in order to collect levies from boats using the Napton and Warwick Canal.  In order to collect this there would have been a small Stop Lock of probably no more than a 6” drop.  This lock and the ‘Napton Three’ by the reservoir were looked after by the keeper who would have lived in the cottage.

This cottage is under full-time occupation and not currently available.