- According to land registry records, Fury bought the property in December last year for £1.695 million
- The 31-year-old boxer and his wife Paris bought it through their firm Tyson Fury Ltd. without mortgage
- Fury, 33, lived in a £550,000 home overlooking Morecambe Bay before moving into his new home
- The new home is built on a plot of land that used to be occupied by a stable caravan-style bungalow
- But the last owner demolished it and built the updated stone-covered salmon palace and put it on the market.
- The boxer and Paris return to their new home after their stunning victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Tuesday
This is the luxury new £1.7m home that world heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury has moved in with his family.
And appropriately for the ‘Gypsy King’, hundreds of his new neighbors live in caravans that literally circle the rear of his estate in Lancashire.
Tyson, 33, and his wife Paris, 31, and their six children recently moved from their £550,000 home overlooking Morecambe Bay to their new home overlooking the fields.
While the property is ringed by caravan sites, most of them are occupied by seasonal holiday makers rather than members of the traveler community, and are occupied by seasonal holiday makers that Tyson is proud of.
Lavish: This is Tyson Fury’s new home on the Lancashire coast which he paid £1.695 million to purchase through his firm Tyson Fury Ltd.
New home: Fury’s new property built from salmon stone-cladding is built on a plot surrounded by a stable caravan
Before: Two years ago the previous owner demolished the stable caravan he had bought for £400,000 and built Fury’s new property
Champion: Fury, 33, beams for the camera with wife Paris after defeating Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas during Sunday’s epic fight
Until two years ago, his own plot was occupied by a stable caravan-style bungalow surrounded by decking and was on the market for around £400,000.
But the previous owner tore it down and replaced it with a new, stone-covered salmon-colored palace.
With a lattice front wall, the wrought-iron black-and-gold fence features lion motifs and four eagle sculptures on the gate posts. The signs also warn that there will be intruders that the property is covered by CCTV.
Boxer’s firm Tyson Fury Ltd bought the house last December for £1.695m, according to Land Registry records.
This adds to his property portfolio, which includes the modest family home in Morcombe. In 2018 Fury claimed to have bought a mansion in Marbella, Spain for around £6 million, it was claimed. And back in May he suggested he bought a huge property in Las Vegas, it was reported.
Fury and Paris have daughters Venezuela, 12, Valencia, three and two-month-old Athena, and sons, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, and Prince Adonis, two.
KO: Fury beats his rival Wilder for the second time during his trilogy in the 11th round
The Return: Fury and Paris returned from Vegas on Tuesday and got a taxi to the gorgeous new home they bought together (above)
New residence: The Fury’s family home previously bought for £400,000 by the old owner who demolished it and rebuilt it
Hometown glory: The couple have previously talked about their love for the Lancashire coast, leaving the more glamorous cities to live in