Searching for houses in Southampton, like much of the UK, can be quite a tricky task, especially with house prices almost continually on the rise.

You might wonder what some of the cheapest properties you can buy in the area are, excluding options such as shared ownership or retirement property.

If you're looking for a property on the lower end of the price scale in Southampton, then Zoopla may have an option for you.

A two-bed terraced home on Parsonage Road is currently on sale for £205,000 and is described as an "excellent find".

Daily Echo: The living room of the propertyThe living room of the property (Image: Zoopla)

Take a look inside the property

On its Zoopla page, it says: "This lovely terraced home has much to offer. Located in Southampton, it boasts two bedrooms, two reception rooms and it also boasted a modern fitted kitchen."

The property is spread out over two floors with a living room, dining room and kitchen on the ground floor and two bedrooms plus a bathroom on the first floor.

Daily Echo: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: Zoopla)

The living room is described as "spacious" and has the benefit of a bay-fronted window.

Following on from there is the dining room and modern fitted kitchen with wall and base cabinetry, a sink and space for appliances.

Daily Echo: One of the bedroomsOne of the bedrooms (Image: Zoopla)

Heading upstairs you can find two "well-proportioned" bedrooms and a three-piece bathroom with a tub-shower combination, a hand wash basin and a WC.

Externally, the property has a small garden which is partly laid with concrete slabs and lawned grass.

Daily Echo: The dining room areaThe dining room area (Image: Zoopla)

The page adds: "This home is an excellent find. We anticipate a high amount of interest and as such we would recommend that any interested buyers inquire to arrange a viewing at the earliest convenience to ensure the opportunity is not missed."

It also states: "We highly recommend early viewing as this property is priced relatively low and is likely to generate quite an interest."