Farnham is home to a wealth of history - and its buildings reflect that history to this day.
On the market right now is a selection of period homes that date back more than a century, from Victorian cottages to ornate apartments in former country estates.
We’ve rounded up some of the least expensive historic homes in the area - all costing less than £700,000.
Lower Church Lane - £350,000
This terraced cottage is Grade II listed and was built in the 1800s.
Today, it retains an old tile roof and brick dentil eaves. Inside, there are three floors, with the ground floor of the property featuring a living room with tiled flooring and a feature fireplace, and a kitchen with a feature ceiling beam.
Upstairs, the two floors have a bedroom each. There is also a bathroom on the first floor and eaves storage on the second, where there are also character beams and velux windows.
Castle Hill - £395,00
This apartment sits in a Grade II listed building close to Farnham Castle that was built in 1870.
The building, which retains its original entrance and staircase and has a border with the castle and Farnham Park, was divided into apartments in the 1960s or 1970s, with communal gardens and parking.
Inside the apartment, there is a large living room, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom.
Hale Reeds - £449,950
This end terrace house was built in 1901, in the Edwardian style of the time.
There are period features such as high ceilings and feature fireplaces throughout, as well as a recently converted loft room on the second floor.
On the ground floor, there is a sitting room, a kitchen and a utility room, while the first floor holds two bedrooms and a bathroom, with a further bedroom and bathroom in the converted loft space.
Outside, there is a summer house, a lawned garden and a barbecue area.
Aveley Lane - £525,000
This apartment in a Victorian country house is bay-fronted and features ceiling roses, decorative cornicing and high ceilings.
Inside the apartment, there is a spacious hallway leading to a dual-aspect sitting room with a fireplace and a kitchen/dining room with a slate tiled floor.
There are also three bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate WC, while outside there is a patio with a border of shrubs and plants.
Frensham Road - £699,950
This first-floor apartment sits in The Grange, a former country estate dating back to the 1700s which is on the site of the former Bishop’s Grange.
The property is entered through a communal entrance hall with oak panelling, and has period aspects such as tiled fireplaces, ceiling roses, high ceilings and picture rails.
Rooms in the apartment include a reception room, a kitchen, a family bathroom and three bedrooms, one with a feature fireplace and another with a built-in double bedroom and an en-suite bathroom.