If you’re looking for a new project, these ‘fixer-upper’ properties might be perfect for you.

Renovating a house can be a big undertaking, but it can have impressive results - and for those that have the time to take on the task, it can be rewarding and even lucrative if you decide to sell it on.

From derelict cottages to homes in need of just a little touch up, here are the project houses for sale in and around Farnham for £500k or less. 

24 Ling Crescent, Headley Down - £175,000

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The house is being sold via auction. (Savills Auctions)

This mid-terrace house is described as “in need of modernisation” and has potential for extension subject to consents. 

The house is being sold via auction on March 1 2023, and is made up of an entrance hallway, a reception room, a kitchen and dining room, a utility room and a WC on the ground floor, while upstairs there are three bedrooms, a bathroom and a further WC. 

Outside, there are gardens to the front and the rear, with the latter featuring a shed. 

1 Kingfisher Close, Bordon - £215,000 

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The end-terrace house benefits from off-road parking. (Savills Auctions)

This end terrace house is “well located” for transport links and amenities and is also being sold via auction. 

The house consists of an entrance hallway, a kitchen/dining room, a reception room and a WC on the ground floor, with three bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. 

The house also benefits from front and rear gardens, as well as off road parking. 

Youngs Road, Alton - £412,500

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The house sits in an L-shaped plot. (Charters, Alton)

This semi-detached period cottage is described as “crying out for some TLC” to bring it back to peak condition. 

Inside, there are two reception rooms, a conservatory, a kitchen, three double bedrooms and a shower room. 

The house sits in a large L-shaped plot with a lawned garden and gated access to parking. 

Sandrock Hill Road, Wrecclesham - £500,000

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The cottage requires full renovation. (Savills )

This “attractive” detached cottage requires full renovation, and has extension potential subject to planning consents. 

The house has a half weather-boarded and half Bargate stone exterior, while inside there is a reception room, a kitchen, a shower room, two store rooms, two bedrooms and a WC. 

The garden is to the south and west side of the property and spans approximately three quarters of an acre. 

Batts Corner, Dockenfield - £500,000

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The bungalow has been unoccupied for "some time". (Strutt & Parker)

This detached bungalow is set in a “superb” position and requires complete renovation, having been unoccupied for some time. 

The accommodation is made up of a reception hall, a kitchen, a store room, a study, a dining room, and a sitting room, with any of the latter three suitable for conversion to a bedroom.

The bungalow is set in a hedged plot on a corner of the village green, with a south-east facing garden.