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Inside Tyson and Paris Fury’s £1.7M lavish Lancashire mansion: Boxer and his wife’s extravagant family home

Boxing legend Tyson Fury and his wife Paris are known for their lavish lifestyle of luxury holidays and fast cars and are never shy splashing the cash on the finer things in life.

And the power couple certainly haven’t scrimped on their £1.7million Morecambe mansion in Lancashire – which they share with their six children- that oozes extravagance at every turn.

The two-time world heavyweight champion, 33, and his childhood sweetheart, 32, have decked the sprawling property with garish gold curtains and radiators, chandeliers and a red-topped marble kitchen.

Lavish: Boxing legend Tyson Fury and his wife Paris certainly haven’t scrimped on their £1.7million Morecambe mansion in Lancashire – which they share with their six children- that oozes extravagance at every turn

Paris often shares glamorous snaps from the various room of the house and in one stand-out shot donned a glamorous pink jumper and toted a Chanel bag as the sweeping gold and ornate curtains are visible behind her.

Another image where Paris poses in a patterned blouse shows off the incredible ceiling to floor mirrors as well as an eye-catching gold radiator that acts a statement piece in the hallway.

Wow! The two-time world heavyweight champion, 33, and his childhood sweetheart, 32, have decked the sprawling property with garish gold curtains and radiators, chandeliers and red-topped marble kitchen (pictured are chandeliers in the kitchen)

Childhood sweethearts: The pair are known for their lavish lifestyle of luxury holidays and fast cars and are never shy splashing the cash on the finer things in life (pictured together in April)

Underneath the wooden stair area there is a black grand piano, adding a luxurious feel to the marble-floored open space and provides the perfect place for a glamorous snap.

In the bedrooms, the wooden theme continues with ornate built in wardrobes that feature huge crystal doorknobs.

Meanwhile one of the grand reception rooms features a huge white and black fire place, gold and cream wallpaper and yet more wood features.

Nice: Fury bought the imposing property for £1.695million in December 2020, according to land registry records, purchasing it through their firm Tyson Fury Ltd without needing a mortgage

Pretty: One image where Paris poses in a patterned blouse shows off the incredible ceiling to floor mirrors as well as an eye-catching gold radiator that acts a statement piece in the hallway

Paris is a lover of all things glamorous and is a huge fan of the luxury brand Versace, which features heavily in the home.
In a previous interview with The Sun, she admitted that her favourite part of the house was her walk-in wardrobe.
‘Having this walk-in wardrobe was a big dream of mine. I got it and I do appreciate it,’ she told the publication.
She also estimated at the time that around £50,000 has been spent on her designer shoe collection alone, which fills the wardrobe area.

Expensive: Underneath the wooden stair area there is a black grand piano, adding a luxurious feel to the marble-floored open space and provides the perfect place for a glamorous snap

Fancy: Paris is a lover of all things glamorous and is a huge fan of the luxury brand Versace, which features heavily in the home
The mother-of-six also proudly stated that she loves looking after her home, and so does Tyson, calling him ‘a bit of a clean freak’.

Fury bought the imposing property for £1.695million in December 2020, according to land registry records, purchasing it through their firm Tyson Fury Ltd without needing a mortgage.

The family used to live in a £550,000 home overlooking Morcambe Bay before they moved to their new home which is built on a plot that used to be occupied by a static caravan-style bungalow.

Fashionista: In a previous interview with The Sun, she admitted that her favourite part of the house was her walk-in wardrobe (pictured is the hallway with grand piano)

Change: The family used to live in a £550,000 home overlooking Morecambe Bay before they moved to their new home which is built on a plot that used to be occupied by a static caravan-style bungalow

But the previous owner knocked it down and built the updated stone-clad salmon palace and put it on the market.

While the property is ringed by caravan sites, most of them are short lets, and occupied by seasonal holiday makers, rather than members of the traveller community which Tyson is proud to hail from.

With a castellated front wall, the wrought-iron black and gold fence features lion motifs and four eagle sculptures on the gate posts. Signs also warn would-be intruders that the property is covered by CCTV.

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