A Berkeley County family and the townhouse they had tried to sell since 2009 will be featured tonight on HGTV's "The Unsellables, which airs at 9:30 p.m.

Kendal and Aaron Bittner bought the townhouse on the peninsula in 2004, but they now have two children and the 1,337-square-foot home is too small for the four of them. The townhouse was on the market for $146,000, said their real estate agent, Kimberly Heck with Carolina One Real Estate.

The townhouse, however, is no longer on the market. The family decided to rent it out and is in the process of moving to a new home.

HGTV started filming in late spring, made over the townhouse in June and wrapped up this summer.

On the HGTV website, the network titles the episode "Unsellable Townhouse Cramps Family" and gives a brief description of the situation:

"With two active children, Kendal and Aaron have outgrown their three-bedroom townhouse. And although they're desperate to move before Aaron heads overseas on a tour of duty, the home has been on the market for two whole years and they're still waiting for a buyer! Property expert Sofie Allsopp steps in with a plan to transform the overgrown family property into a contemporary home for young professionals. And she gets the entire family involved in revamping the overcrowded interiors, over-the-top wall colors and charm-free living room."