A 19th-century mews stable home is up for sale.

The four-bed property in Cambridge Grove, Hove, is currently on the market for £850,000.

Estate agents Yopa said the three-storey abode was one used as a stable for the "grand houses" of Cromwell Road.

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The property was restored in 2003, however Yopa said it has managed to retain its "original grandeur".

As well as having four bedrooms, the home also has two bathrooms, a modern kitchen, a utility room, and an open plan reception room which leads to a south-facing roof terrace.

The Argus: The property is down a cobbled street

Yopa has said the property has been maintained "to a high standard" and has plenty of "natural light" throughout, including on the central staircase.

The family home also features numerous fireplaces and a log burner in the open living and dining area.

According to Yopa, residents of the property can also benefit from off-street parking.

A spokesman for Yopa said the location is a "real haven with cobbles".

The properties along the mews, which are a mix of residential and commercial, also have matching timber stable doors in keeping with its history.