Priory Farmhouse, Priory Farm Lane, Carisbrooke
Listed grade: Grade 2
Year listed: 1972
Description: C16 origin with later alterations in early and later C19. 2 storeys. L plan. Stone rubble with massive quoin blocks. Some pieces of re-used Norman zigzag as well as a bit of Norman window. South front to right on ground floor has partly brick cased stone buttress. Stepp pitch gable end, partly old tile roof, raised late C18 perhaps viz block in upper part of gable ends. South garden front symmetrical of 3 windows, recessed early C19 sashes, glazing bars intact, in red brick surrounds projecting on ground floor. Running over window heads on ground floor, one intact and one partial C16 stone label mould. 2 storey canted bay in east gable end. Wing to north has 3 light C19 wood casements in splayed stone reveals. Gable brick porch. Interior said to contain good 3 bay trussed roof, tie beams, collars, curved windbraces to purlins.
(Details from https://historicengland.org.uk/)