Inside Tyson and Paris Fury's lavish £1,700,000 mansion (2024)

Tyson and Paris Fury have gone from childhood sweethearts to a life of luxury, complete with expensive cars, designer goods, overseas holidays and even a third engagement.

While figures vary, the boxer’s net worth is reported to sit somewhere over £48million, with some estimates putting it as high as £130million.

With seven kids, the pair have had to upsize more than a few times to cater for their growing family, with fans getting a look inside their current Morecambe mansion on the Netflix series At Home With the Furys.

Although Tyson and Paris have expressed concerns they might have to move if people start turning up to their family home, as has been the case previously, their house has been fitted with all the comforts they may need, including plenty of personal touches.

Their family moved into the mansion – located in his hometown – two years ago.

Valued at £1.7million, they initially upgraded from another five-bed, four-bathroom home in the same area, worth more than £550,000.

Speaking in a three-part ITV documentary, Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King, in 2020, Tyson explained what it was about Morecambe that made them want to stay.

‘People say to me, “Why don’t you live in California or America?” – why would I?’, he explained.

‘Why would I abandon my own country for a bit of money and some fame?

‘I love it. I would never leave Morecambe. It’s true beauty. If the weather was better, every house here would be a million quid.’

Their current home features lavish Versace décor, thrones for the couple and a bespoke driveway with a mural dedicated to the ‘Gypsy King’.

Various rooms have been seen throughout the documentary series, with the couple’s master suite featuring panoramic windows, trimmed with velour curtains, while a huge Versace bed is decorated with plenty of gold accents.

The brand is clearly beloved by the family, with some seen wearing Versace bathrobes while being filmed.

Back in 2021, Tyson also spent £3,000 on matching outfits for him and his kids, with Paris posting a photo on social media and joking her family ‘looked like a Versace advert’ when going out together.

Other details seen of the home include a huge wooden staircase at the centre of the entrance hallway, while there is also a grand piano nearby, despite the fact no one in the family can play the instrument.

Their kitchen is a mix of wood cupboards and marble countertops, with the family regularly seen gathering there in the series.

While the pair dress their children in designer clothes, with Paris regularly posting photos of their kids dressed up on social media, she’s made sure to say she doesn’t want them to grow up entitled.

In an episode of the series, Paris told their eldest daughter Venezuela that she wouldn’t be ‘sponging off’ her parents and would have to plan for her future.

Telling her 13-year-old that she ‘can’t just scrape willy-nilly all through life’, she added that ‘a proper person wouldn’t want to live off their family all their life’.

Tyson and Paris’s six kids are daughters Venezuela, Valencia, and Athena, and sons, Prince John James, Prince Tyson II, and Prince Adonis.

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Last week, Paris shared a photo of her kids playing outside and said that life in their household was ‘definitely more school runs and chaos than glamour in the Fury household’.

‘My home and my family are at the heart of everything I do, like any Mam I think. I’m a busy, hands-on parent with children to raise and a household to manage.

‘In my eyes, there’s nothing more important than being a loyal wife and a good mother, and I work really hard to ensure that Tyson and the kids are properly looked after.’

She added that her family’s welfare and well-being mattered more to her than ‘anything else on earth’.

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At Home with the Furys is streaming on Netflix.

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