IF YOU like high ceilings, sea views and historic grandeur – and you have a spare £2,250,000 – you’re in luck.

A flash five-bedroom Brighton townhouse has gone on the market and it could be just what you’re looking for.

The magnificent home is in Royal Crescent in Kemp Town, which was built in the late 18th and early 19th century. It is Grade II listed for its architectural and historical importance.

The Argus:

The end-of-terrace home, split over five floors, retains its original charm and period features.

There are five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a kitchen and breakfast room, reception rooms, a south-facing balcony with sea views, a patio area, and even a wine cellar.

The Argus:

It has high ceilings, large windows, original architraves, skirting boards, decorative ceiling cornices and solid oak floors. There is a large double garage at the rear.

It’s set back from the seafront with parking and a gated private garden.

The dining room doubles as a library with built-in solid wood shelving and a fireplace. To the rear of the dining room is the kitchen and breakfast room, which comes with quartz worktops and views of the tranquil patio garden.

The Argus:

The estate agents suggest the lower ground floor could be separated from the main house to form a separate property.

Over the entire first floor there is a spectacular formal reception room with sea views. A glass panelled door leads to the balcony.

The second and third floors are equally grand with cornices, sash windows and high ceilings. Spanning both floors there are four double bedrooms and two have sea views.

The Argus:

For more information call estate agents Paul Bott and Company on 01273 767925