You have the chance to own a piece of Bega's history, as the 124-year-old Hungerford House is coming up for sale.
Built in 1896, the house can be found on Auckland St in the town's centre and is recognisable for its Victorian style as well as its large name sign out the front.
It was built by Hugh Hungerford, a solicitor in Bega, and has been in Lianne Britten's family since 1965 when it was bought by her mother's parents, then by her father in the 1990s.
"There's a lot of family heritage," she said.
"It's a beautiful house that deserves to be in Bega's history for a long time to come."
Bega Valley Realty owner Rob Flynn said Hungerford House has authentic pressed metal ceilings imported from England that are "irreplaceable", as well as the original Victorian woodwork on the feature gable as its faade.
He said it was unusual to find a house of this vintage in Bega.
"There are a few in the circle of the business precinct, but because they are limited in number they will only continue to go up in value," Mr Flynn said.
"Ideally the property would be looking for someone sensitive to its Victorian period features and to bring it back to its best."
Being opposite the Sapphire Marketplace, Mr Flynn said its central location was a highlight.
It is a three bedroom, one bathroom house with a separate granny flat - that was originally a jewelry store - as well as several sheds on 1000m2 of land that is zoned residential and commercial.
It also has solar panels, several water tanks, fruit trees and an established garden that includes a 30-year-old avocado tree.
Hungerford House is priced at $650,000 through Bega Valley Realty.