A Regency house with sea views is on the market for £3.5m.

The five-storey home, which has five bedrooms, three reception rooms and three bathrooms, has been described by estate agents Brand Vaughan as a "once-in-a-lifetime buy".

Located in Brighton's Kemp Town, the home is said to be a combination of "contemporary design and timeless elegance".

The building, despite modernisation, has maintained a number of its "unique features", including a sweeping staircase "adorned by wrought iron ivy".

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The kitchen, dining room, reception and bathroom are on the ground floor of the Chesham Place home. Sea views can be seen on every level.

On the first floor, people can enjoy one of the bigger reception areas, which comes with a "period stone fireplace".

A notable feature on this floor also mentioned by estate agents is the triple windows that follow the curve of the building.

The Argus: The master bedroom has been described as a 'private paradise'

Residents can also enjoy the Regency balcony that looks out towards the sea.

The second floor is where the living quarters of the property begin, with the master ensuite bedroom, a double bedroom and a bathroom in this part of the home.

The master bedroom has been described as a "private paradise" with its own sea views.

The Argus: Sea views can be appreciated from around the home

On the top floor, the further three bedrooms and another bathroom can be found.

The lower ground floor, which has its own entrance yet can also be accessed via a staircase inside the home, is also said to be an "opportunity" for future homeowners as it offers its own living quarters.

The home, which is on the market for £3.5m, has been described by estate agents as being one of "very few" Regency buildings of this size that have "survived intact from top to bottom".