INSIDER LOOK: Tyson Fury, Dubbed the Gypsy King, Acquires a £1.7M Property on the Lancashire Coast, Transforming a Previous Caravan Location

Although there are caravan sites all over the property, the most of them are short lets, populated by seasonal vacationers instead of the traveler community, from which Tyson is proud to be descended.

Lavish: This is Tyson Fury's new home on the Lancashire coast which he paid £1.695million to buy through his firm Tyson Fury Ltd

Lavish: Tyson Fury paid £1.695 million through his company Tyson Fury Ltd. to purchase this magnificent house on the Lancashire coast.

New home: Fury's imposing new property built from salmon stone-cladding is built on a plot surrounded by a static caravans

New house: Fury’s massive new house, which is coated in salmon stone, is situated on a lot that is bordered by static caravans.

Before: Two years ago the previous owner knocked down the static caravan he'd bought for £400,000 and built Fury's new property

Prior to: The previous owner constructed Fury’s new home two years ago after demolishing the static trailer he had paid £400,000 for.

Champion: Fury, 33, beams for the camera alongside wife Paris after defeating Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas during Sunday's epic fight

Champion: Fury, 33, celebrates with wife Paris in front of the camera following his thɾilling victory over Deontay Wilder on Sunday in Las Vegas.

His own land was home to a decked-out static caravan-style cottage that was for sale for approximately £400,000 till two years ago.

However, the previous owner demolished it and replaced it with the brand-new, salmon-colored mansion made of stone.

The wrought-iron black and gold fence has four sculptures of eagles on the gate posts and lion patterns on its castellated front wall. Additionally, signs alert potential trespassers to the CCTV coverage of the premises.