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Balcony views from the Bexhill-on-sea property. Photo: RightMove

Balcony views from the Bexhill-on-sea property. Photo: RightMove

The swimming pool. Photo: RightMove

The swimming pool. Photo: RightMove

Bright and airy bedroom. Photo: RightMove

Bright and airy bedroom. Photo: RightMove

The kitchen. Photo: RightMove

The kitchen. Photo: RightMove

One of the property's four bathrooms. Photo: RightMove

One of the property's four bathrooms. Photo: RightMove

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Balcony views from the Bexhill-on-sea property. Photo: RightMove

The luxury seaside property is a modernist's dream and comes with its own private beach.

Graham Norton has put his luxury English beach house on the market for £2.3 million (€2.6 million).

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Bright and airy bedroom. Photo: RightMove

Bright and airy bedroom. Photo: RightMove

Bright and airy bedroom. Photo: RightMove

The Irish chat show host purchased the six-bedroom property in 2009.

It was previously owned by Spike Milligan and Eddie Izzard.

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The kitchen. Photo: RightMove

The kitchen. Photo: RightMove

The kitchen. Photo: RightMove

The beach-front home is located in Bexhill-on-sea in East Sussex and offers views of the English Channel.

Estate agents, RightMove, describe the home as an "award-winning architect designed beach house... clad in African Iroko teak with wrap around balconies to enjoy a fully uninterrupted view over your own private beach".

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One of the property's four bathrooms. Photo: RightMove

One of the property's four bathrooms. Photo: RightMove

One of the property's four bathrooms. Photo: RightMove

Norton also owns a Georgian mansion in his native west Cork, which he purchased in 2005.

The six-bedroom pile sits on several acres of landscaped grounds and comes with its own mooring.

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Graham Norton

Graham Norton

Graham Norton

Norton has fronted The Graham Norton Show on BBC for over a decade where he attracts a starry line-up of A-listers to his couch.

US actor Will Smith recently said "he's like the king of TV".

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The former comedian is Ireland's best-paid broadcaster and took home a reported £2.6 million (€3 million) in fees last year.

He runs his own production company, So Television Ltd, which he established with business partner Graham Stuart in 2000.

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The lounge. Photo: RightMove

The lounge. Photo: RightMove

The lounge. Photo: RightMove

He also published his first novel, Holding, last year and it was the third best selling book of 2016.

The 54-year-old also blended his own Sauvingon Blanc in New Zealand in 2015, Cork's Musgrave Group - owner of SuperValu and Centra - signed a deal with New Zealand winemaker Invivo to stock Norton's wine.

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The swimming pool. Photo: RightMove

The swimming pool. Photo: RightMove

The swimming pool. Photo: RightMove

A follow-up blend, called Graham Norton’s Own Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, was released in August 2015.

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One of the property's four bathrooms. Photo: RightMove

One of the property's four bathrooms. Photo: RightMove

One of the property's four bathrooms. Photo: RightMove

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