Inside mansion rented by Tyson Fury for £1,200 a night for Whyte fight with giant TV screen over the indoor pool
TYSON FURY and his family celebrated in style after the Gypsy King defeated Dillian Whyte in a stunning rental home that costs £1,200-per-night.
The boxer, 33, and his entourage made a leafy village in Hertfordshire their base as the heavyweight champion dismantled the Body Snatcher in seven rounds with a vicious uppercut at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
And they chose a stunning mansion in a charming rural hamlet that can house 10 guests and features six bedrooms and six en-suite bedrooms.
If it is a place where Fury toasts his retirement, they couldn't have found anywhere better.
The 6,200 square-foot property, which is available to rent on Airbnb, is a private gated residence.
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It's centrepiece is an incredible leisure complex complete with a indoor pool, gym, and sauna.
Draped from a high-beam high above the swimming pool is a large cinema quality projection screen.
Perhaps ideal for Fury to watch back the highlights of his demolition job on Whyte.
The fully-equipped gym would have allowed Fury to continue some strength and conditioning work, if he didn't fancy a day off.
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And the sauna must have offered perfect relaxation after hard night's work in the ring.
While Fury's kids would have enjoyed the pool, Paris and Tyson will have certainly appreciated the home's grand entrance.
On walking into the abode, a beautiful sweeping staircase dominates the hall.
Beamed ceilings feature throughout, as well as various period designs fit for the king of the ring.
Four versatile reception rooms can be used for dining, or as a drawing room and breakfast room and bar.
The large kitchen boasts a double-height vaulted ceiling, and plenty of space to prepare a family meal.
While a pool table in a games room allows Fury and his clan to enjoy yet another activity.
Should Tyson and Paris venture outside, they will also find a charming wrap-around garden and a pretty pond.
Making themselves at home
On Sunday morning, Fury headed to the nearby The Three Horseshoes Pub in the village of Letchmore Heath, Herts, after he was spotted going for a run in the morning.
Wearing matching Versace outfits with his kids, Fury posed with locals — even cuddling a baby — before nipping inside for a “breakfast of champions” — tucking into pancakes, bacon and fruit.
Fury’s boxing brother Tommy, 22, and his Love Island girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague, 22, were also in attendance, with Tyson’s trainer SugarHill Steward, who was carrying a whiskey bottle.
A local said: “It looks like his team were renting a house round here because after his run he reappeared in a jazzy suit sipping a low-calorie beer.
“Then he even had fruit for breakfast. It all looks to me like this is a man who hasn’t yet completely made up his mind to retire. He seems to be committed to staying in shape.”
The manager at the Three Horseshoes said: “We don’t actually serve breakfast — but obviously the chef was happy to sort it out for Tyson and his family.
“We’ve just been refurbished, so it was brilliant having him in here.”
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