An historic Grade II listed townhouse in one of Norwich's most desirable locations has gone up for sale.

The six-bedroom and three-bathroom home in Newmarket Road is just a short five-minute drive from the city centre.

The outside of the property maintains its traditional façade with a classic cottage-like feel.

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Eastern Daily Press: The modern kitchen dinerThe modern kitchen diner (Image: Sowerbys)

Eastern Daily Press: The downstairs lounge connected to the kitchenThe downstairs lounge connected to the kitchen (Image: Sowerbys)Eastern Daily Press: A separate lounge and dining roomA separate lounge and dining room (Image: Sowerbys)

The main door leads into the entrance hall connecting the two reception rooms.

The interior blends modern and classic features with period fireplaces and wood floors matched with modern pastel walls and drop light fittings.

The kitchen diner has a large open-plan style with sliding doors into the garden.

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Eastern Daily Press: The house is mix of modern and traditional interiorsThe house is mix of modern and traditional interiors (Image: Sowerbys)

Eastern Daily Press: One of the six bedroomsOne of the six bedrooms (Image: Sowerbys)Eastern Daily Press: The outdoor terraceThe outdoor terrace (Image: Sowerbys)

Going back to traditional, the kitchen leads into its own dedicated library room with a wood-burning stove.

Upstairs, the home has a master bedroom with an ensuite, two more bedrooms and a family bath and shower room.

Moving up another floor, the property has two more bedrooms - one with an ensuite.

The garden of the property has been divided into different sections with a sunken terrace and feature pond.

The property is up for sale with Sowerbys estate agents with an asking price of £1.75 million.