This Victorian terraced townhouse occupies a spot on the west side of Bridgwater and is just a five-minute walk away from the town centre and all of its amenities.

The two-bedroom property is believed to have been built in the 1880s and several of its original character features have been retained that sit well alongside the modernisations that have been made in more recent times.

Bridgwater Mercury: Pictures: Charles Dickens

On the ground floor, the living room features a lovely bay window and a tiled fireplace, while the dining room has good proportions and an electric wood burner as its focal point. The kitchen has a classic look with cream-coloured, shaker-style units, wooden worksurfaces and plenty of space for appliances including a recess for a range cooker.

On the first floor, a galleried landing leads to two double bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom with a free-standing Victorian-style bath with claw feet.

Outside, the enclosed rear garden has been landscaped with a shaped brick paved patio and pathway, and curved flower beds filled with a variety of mature shrubs and plants.

At the front, there is a small, enclosed forecourt garden and there is a large garage at the back.

Halesleigh Road, Bridgwater

Guide Price: £230,000

Agent: Charles Dickens

Agent’s Tel: 01278 445266