A taste of Bali is on offer... in Patcham.

A house with golden Buddha statues, palm trees and a swimming pool has gone on the market.

For £2,250,000 you can sit in the garden and imagine you're on holiday, though you may have to turn on the overhead heaters.

The property in Brangwyn Crescent, Brighton, even has its own "Bali hut" in addition to its four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

It is imposing from the moment you arrive as the entrance hall has mirrored walls and a grand-looking podium in the middle.

The rest of the ground floor has a reception room, a home cinema, a utility room and an open-plan dining, living and kitchen space.

The Argus: The Bali hut looks out over the swimming pool

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In the kitchen, LED lighting lines the units and two pairs of bi-fold doors lead out into the garden.

The Argus: The kitchen and dining room space has a black and white theme

The bedrooms are all on the first floor, two of them with ensuite bathrooms and spacious dressing rooms.

The main family bathroom is also on this floor, with dramatic black and white marble-style tiling.

On the second floor is a small office room with storage space.

Outside its is like a Balinese hotel with a a heated swimming pool and the hut which resembles the type of outdoor structure you' would expect to find in Asia.

The Argus: The swimming pool is heated and next to the hot tub

It looks out on to the swimming pool, sauna and hot tub area and is surrounded by golden Buddha statues and palm trees.

It has an outside kitchen, overhead heaters, seating and a mounted television.

A spokesman for estate agent Austin Gray which is marketing the property, said: "Thsi is a  substantial, magnificently styled, detached, family home set back from the road with a stunning landscaped rear garden incorporating its Bali hut."