Two terraced houses next door to each other have come up for sale in Diss.

Offered with no onward chain, 17 and 18 Mission Road are on the market for £190,000 each and can be bought together or individually, providing an attractive opportunity for first-time buyers or as a buy-to-let investment.

Both properties enjoy a town centre location and extensive rear gardens compared to neighbouring houses.

Number 17 is a three-bedroom property with plenty of scope for updating and modernising.

Entering through the front door, you are greeted by the sitting room, complete with a convenient storage cupboard and a gas fireplace.

It leads through into the dining room, featuring an additional gas fireplace, supplementary storage and access to the staircase.

The kitchen has wooden units and work surfaces, as well as provision for a cooker. A side entrance leads to the rear lobby and a courtyard-style garden which leads into the large private rear garden.

The original staircase ascends to the first floor, where you will find a bathroom and three bedrooms.

Eastern Daily Press: Both houses have expansive back gardensBoth houses have expansive back gardens (Image: Arlington Park)

To the front of the property is a small garden bordered by a mature hedge and accessed via a pedestrian gate. A shared pathway leads to the rear courtyard, and in turn to the large lawned garden featuring mature trees and shrubs.

An outbuilding to the rear has been thoughtfully converted into a utility space with an external WC.

The neighbouring house, number 18, is described by selling agent Arlington Park as a “charming mid-terrace property” with two bedrooms and a spacious west-facing rear garden.

The front door opens to a welcoming sitting room with freshly laid carpet and a gas fireplace.

The adjacent dining room opens into the modern kitchen, which is fully equipped with wooden units and work surfaces.

Adjoining the kitchen is a utility room with space for various appliances.

The ground-floor bathroom sits off the utility, encompassing a shower, WC and hand wash basin.

Eastern Daily Press: One of the houses has a modern kitchenOne of the houses has a modern kitchen (Image: Arlington Park)

The staircase leads to a landing bedroom, which could be partitioned to provide privacy, through to the master bedroom positioned at the front of the property.

The rear garden enjoys afternoon sunlight and a good amount of privacy. There is also an outbuilding equipped with electricity, presenting an opportunity for transformation into a gym, home office, workshop or garden storage space.

Mission Road is a quiet street predominantly lined with residential properties. The train station is just a two-minute walk away, offering links to Ipswich, Chelmsford, Norwich, and London Liverpool Street.

Diss itself is a vibrant market town with an extensive array of day-to-day amenities, supermarkets, schools, sports facilities, medical services and more.

For more information, contact Arlington Park on 01603 577255.