THE chance to snap up an exclusive slice of the celebrity lifestyle could be yours for the princely sum of £4 million.

One of Brighton and Hove’s most exclusive addresses – a beachfront house in the road known as Millionaires’ Row – has been put up for sale.

The lucky buyer of number 4 Western Esplanade, Portslade, will have stars including Norman Cook, Zoe Ball, Adele and David Walliams for neighbours, and could also end up as the owner of the city’s most expensive home.

A six-bedroom Georgian mansion in Lewes Crescent is also vying for the title of the city’s most expensive home with a matching £4million price tag.

Former Harley Street doctor Malcolm Vandenburg is selling up, five years after buying the four-bedroom pad for £1.7million.

But having installed panoramic windows to make the most of the fantastic views, the latest gadgetry and a heated plunge pool so you can enjoy a dip from your own private beach all year round, Mr Vandenburg is hoping to more than double his money.

Mr Vandenburg said: “Our home gives us the privacy that we need, but is close to all the other things that we love and the children require – theatres, restaurants, stations, shops and schools.”

Describing the chance of bumping into a Grammy Award winner while putting the bins out, Mr Vandenburg said Adele’s dog sometimes wanders in off the shared private beach.

Estate agent Jason Brand of Brand Vaughan said: “This unique four-bedroom seafront residence is tucked within a hidden terrace along a private road, favoured by celebrities due to its seclusion whilst being in a location well served for schools and transport- as well as the uninterrupted sea views from your own private beach.

“Recently refurbished to an exacting standard this streamlined home with a plunge pool and a garage now offers clean lines and high technology, perfect for sophisticated entertaining by glamorous sea lovers.”