Tyson Fury has returned to his new £1.7million property overlooking Lancashire’s Morecambe Bay, according to reports.
The boxing champion, 33, landed back in the UK on Tuesday morning alongside his wife Paris following his epic victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Sunday.
And the Furys headed to their new family home in Morecambe Bay, with the heavyweight boxing champion having scooped up the property for £1,695,000 in December according to Land Registry documents seen by The Mirror.
The paper adds that Tyson, his 31-year-old wife Paris and their six children had previously been ‘living in a £550,000 house overlooking the beautiful Morecambe Bay’ before ‘buying a second home nearby’.
Tyson and Paris share daughters Venezuela, 12, Valencia, three, and two-month-old Athena, and sons, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, and Prince Adonis, two.
The family are said to be ‘deeply rooted’ in the nearby community and a handful of Fury’s neighbours gushed about the athlete and his family when speaking to the paper.
One Pauline Wade, 75, told the outlet that Tyson ran over when he saw her take a tumble outside her home earlier in the year.
She explained: ‘He came straight over and asked ”are you ok” and he helped me up. He is a lovely man. He will always say ”I’m going to the shops do you want anything?”’
Christine Thornton, 72, added: ‘What he has achieved is fabulous and the whole town is proud of him, as it should be. You see him walking around, going shopping, and he always stops and talks to people.’
Lancaster’s Mayor Mike Greenall said on Tuesday: ‘On behalf of the whole district I’d like to send my wholehearted congratulations to Tyson on this magnificent achievement.’
He added that the residents were ‘proud’ to have a ‘champion in our midst’.
Paris revealed during an appearance on Loose Women last year that the family were in the process of moving house.