An opulent country house on the edge of Norwich has gone up for sale for £1.1m.

The Grade II listed Georgian rectory sits on a 1.2-acre plot near the village of Spixworth, just four miles north of Norwich.

The façade remains traditional of its 18th-century roots, with warm red brick under a combination of slate and tiled roof.

The modern kitchen with electric agaThe modern kitchen with electric aga (Image: Websters) The drawing roomThe drawing room (Image: Websters) Going through the keyhole, the interior matches its traditional styling with a slightly modern touch.

Downstairs is the main entrance hall with the classical drawing room on the left, complete with a chandelier, and a dining room that leads into the kitchen to the right.

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Having both exposed brick and beams, the kitchen keeps many of its traditional architecture but with modern facilities including an electric aga.

Up the classical sweeping staircase are the four bedrooms, including the master suite with dressing room and en suite.

The dining room leads into the kitchenThe dining room leads into the kitchen (Image: Websters) One of the four upstairs bedroomsOne of the four upstairs bedrooms (Image: Websters) The bedrooms are typical of the era with the large windows and high ceilings filling the rooms with light. 

Keeping with the modern upgrades is the stylish duotone family bathroom with a large shower.

The house is nestled within expansive gardens surrounded by trees and blossoms separating it from the nearby churchyard.

It is up for sale with Webster's estate agents with a guide price of £1.1m