There are only a few buildings noted in Anstey in my copy of Pevsner. There are the Packhorse bridge and King Williams bridge. Both are of similar design, which I am guessing is nearer the 17th century date mentioned rather than the 17th century one. The Packhorse bridge has the most obvious repairs . It is a focus for the brook during summer with lots of small (and not so small) children running amok. Sadly the swans that used to hand around there are no longer with us but there are still plenty of ducks.
Not mentioned in Pevsner, but a building I like is the old cinema
mentioned, but I'm saving for a later post are St Mary's church with a medieval cross ( and reputed burial spot of Ned Ludd) and Martin High School
I am a finds specialist, working on Roman and Medeival CBM as well as Roman pottery. I a based in Britain but work all over the area of the ancient classical world, including, to date, Lebanon, Syria,Bulgaria Tunisia and Italy