CHAT show giant Graham Norton has put his beach house up for sale for a cool £2.3m – and the luxurious, modernist pad is the dream seaside getaway.
The Irish TV personality’s six-bed residence is located in the picturesque Cooden, Bexhill, which has been the home of Eddie Izzard and Spike Milligan in the past.
Graham, 54, bought the house for a mere £1.3m in November 2009, so he stands to make a million or more on it if he finds a buyer.
The property boasts a pool overlooking the English Channel, while the main building is decked in African iroko wood.
There are several balconies, underfloor heating throughout and a luxury en-suite, with a double sink basin and freestanding bath.
Buyers may also be tempted by the private beach that comes with the property
All three bedrooms on the upper floor have en-suites, and the house is just a short walk from Cooden Beach railway station with quick connections to London.
It’s thought Graham is buying a property in the as-yet-unfinished ONE Blackfriars building, nicknamed The Vase, as well as having his own property in Ireland.
It’s no wonder Graham can afford to switch up his properties as he’s been a permanent fixture on the BBC for years now.
Hosting Eurovision, and his own Radio 2 show, Graham is best-known for his Friday night BBC One chat show.
All this means he is paid between £850,000 and £900,000 a year by the BBC – and that’s on top of all the extra work he does for magazines and through book deals.