Television presenter Graham Norton has put his luxury seaside house on the market for £2.3 million – just under £1 million more than he bought it for.
Norton paid £1.35 million for the award-winning, architect-designed house in 2009.
The six-bedroom property is built in a modernist style, clad in African iroko wood with huge balconies to make the most of its sea front location.
In a plum location right on the sea front in the town of Bexhill-on-Sea in East Sussex, the property even comes with its own private beach – as well as an outdoor swimming pool and landscaped gardens.
The best room in the house is the second-floor master suite, with bi-fold glass doors opening out onto a wraparound balcony overlooking the English Channel, and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the countryside at the back.
The master bathroom has been done up in marble, tiles and industrial fittings, with the roll top bath next to another huge window with views of the sea.
Three further bedrooms open onto a seafront terrace, while another large guest bedroom at the back of the house has an en suite bathroom. There is also a separate outside studio or office and a garage.
The 54-year-old presenter was revealed to be the third highest-paid BBC star earlier this year, earning between £850,000 and £899,999 for his Friday night chat show as well as a Saturday show on Radio 2 and presenting duties on the Eurovision Song Contest.
The house is minutes from Cooden Beach train station, from where trains run to Brighton, London and Gatwick airport.
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