Grade II Listed property in town centre - £285,000

This stunning Grade II Listed property is situated in a Conservation Area within the heart of Farnham's Georgian town centre. Farnham town centre offers an excellent range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities including a Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Leisure Centre and a good choice of well regarded state and private schools. In 1850 it was owned by Thomas Fraser, a bookbinder, and at the back of the building, owned and used by James Darvill, were hop kilns and outbuildings. In 1859 the main building and outhouses were owned were owned and run by Arthur Lucy who published and printed the first newspaper in Farnham, The Surrey and Hants News, from the premises. Formerly only a two-storey building, the first storey was added during Mr Lucy's tenure. Throughout all the changes that have taken place in the town, nothing has been able to change the views across south Farnham, as can be seen from the front of the apartment.This 2bedroom apartment is appointed throughout to an exceptionally high standard and offers a careful blend of character and modern features, including deep skirting boards, some exposed timber beams, bespoke secondary glazed windows, Megaflow hot water system, and economic electric heating.