ANYONE viewing this home would be forgiven for thinking they were overlooking the foothills of Hollywood.

But, in fact, the largely glass structure sits among the rolling fields of Sussex.

The house in Withdean Road, Brighton, is currently for sale with a listed price of almost £3.5 million.

The Argus:

Known as The Curve, it boasts five enormous bedrooms as well as five bathrooms, a spa pool, a sauna and more – as well as stunning views from its rooftop garden which stretch across the coastline.

The top floor suite also comes complete with an ensuite and its own private roof terrace.

The property is being advertised on property website Rightmove.

A spokesman for the company said: “The clever architecture and multi-level terracing make this sprawling mansion feel as open as it is secluded.

The Argus:

“The creative design provides complete privacy from every angle and also gives a wonderful balance of warmth in the winter and a cool, airy feel in the summer.

“However, the real fun is to be found on the lower ground floor, which is a dedicated leisure complex.

“Here, you’ll find a fully-heated indoor swimming pool, a walk-in steam room, a fully-equipped home gym, a jacuzzi and a beautifully lawned garden.”

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The remainder of the floor is dedicated to a home cinema room which is equipped with an ultra HD projector, a cinema screen attached to the ceiling and blackout electric curtains.

Harry Mishon, branch manager at boutique independent estate agent Mishon Welton, said: “The Netflix show Selling Sunset seems to be all the rage right now, and this is certainly Brighton and Hove’s answer to Selling Sunset.

“This peerless house is located on one of Brighton’s most desirable roads and is arguably the most iconic home in the city.

The Argus:

“Nestled in the ‘Withdean Hills’, this amazing property is packed with impressive architecture and ‘Curve Appeal’.

“For me, though, it’s the functionality and space for a family which makes this place so desirable.

“Many of the luxurious houses you see on TV shows and in magazines are not the most practical or family-friendly, but the beautiful thing with The Curve is that - although it’s equipped with the best of modern technology and ultra-modern furnishings - once inside you realise that this is a forever home for one lucky family.”