Just a quick report this – as you will see there wasn’t much remaining of interest.
Priory Farmhouse is a 17th Century Grade II listed timber-framed and rendered farmhouse, with later alterations and extensions. The Suffolk Register of Buildings at Risk states that minor repairs were carried out on the roof in 2011 to make the property watertight – well it certainly wasn’t when we visited, with part of the rear completely collapsed.
A quick selection of what now remains…
Thanks for looking.
What is it about cracked, green-tinged concrete…?
I have to say I love this house. I live nearby to it and was wondering whether you had any other photographs of it that you may have taken? If not, loved the post anyway and look forward to seeing where you go next.
Thank you Robert, and sorry for the delay in replying! Those are the only decent pics I took I’m afraid.
Hi I lived in the priory years ago as a boy,it was a great house
Thanks Dennis, hope my photos proved of some interest!