Boxer Tyson Fury, who is gearing up for his fight against Dillian Whyte this weekend, bought the giant mansion for £1.7million in December 2020.
Located in Lancashire, the property is surrounded by hundreds of caravans in the local area. Known as the ‘Gypsy King, Fury’s mansion location is perfect for the world champion.
Appropriately described as a “castle”, the massive house is also home to Fury’s wife, Paris, 31, and most of the rooms are filled up with the couple’s six children.
The sheltered and discreet mansion opens up at the back to overlook the water, making the dream home even more desirable.
Here are all the snaps and insights into the World Heavyweight boxing champion’s ideal home.
Where is the mansion located?
It’s surrounded by caravans and until two years ago, the plot the mansion is in was occupied by a static caravan-style bungalow.
Back then, it was on the market for around £400,000 but it was knocked down by the previous owners and rebuilt into the building Fury lives in today.
The home is built like a fortress, surrounded by high-walls and covered in CCTV.
It has two exterior buildings, one being an enormous garage and the other an outhouse at the end of the garden that is bigger than most people’s homes.
How much did the mansion cost?
Tyson Fury bought the mansion for a staggering £1.7million in December 2020, according to Land Registry Records.
He is also the proud owner of a £6 million mansion in Marbella, Spain.
Rounding out his property empire is a home in Las Vegas, though it isn’t clear how much his is worth.
There is also his more modest home in Morecambe itself.
Where did Tyson Fury live before this?
The boxer previously lived in another home in Morecambe, which Paris said they could still keep.
It was far from an average home itself, with the house estimated to be worth £550,000.
Paris had told ITV’s Loose Women last year that they were forced to consider moving houses because they had too many fans knocking on their door.
She said: “We’re in the process of moving house because we’ve had too many people at the door – too many strangers knocking.
“We have people coming to the house and the kids are opening the door and we don’t know who they’re opening the door to. It’s not what we need. It’s not the ideal situation.”
It looks as though his £1.7 million mansion will be his home for the foreseeable future, though he is often travelling for his fights.
It seems he is spending a lot of his time in his properties in Spain and Las Vegas, especially when he is away during championships.