What a knockout! Amir Khan’s Bolton mansion for sale

Former boxing light-welterweight world champion, Amir Khan, is selling his £1.6million mansion in Lostock, Bolton. The plot, close to the boxer’s hometown, comprises of two properties including a 6 bedroom detached property AND a 4 bedroom bungalow.

The 3500ft2 mansion comes with all of the mod-cons you would expect from a sporting legend, including a gym, pool table and home cinema. Perhaps most impressive though, is the heated indoor swimming pool with a large ‘AK’ emblazoned boxing glove mosaic (sure to be a talking point at your house-warming!). The boxer’s many medals, trophies and achievements can be spotted in the lounge and don’t miss the massive boxing glove chaise lounge in the entertainment room.

Both properties are accessed via gated entry and there’s ample parking once you’re in, including a double garage. The houses, which Amir shares with his wife and daughter, are finished to a high spec and are described by the estate agent as having an “ambiance of comfort, health and well-being”.

So if you’d like to put your hat in the ring for this family home, check out the details here.

5 Comments

  • Ijtaba Hussain says:

    Respect the guy, but let’s be honest, he’s not going to be leaving the trophies behind!

  • Lila says:

    Looks amazing! Would be a dream come true for us. InshaAllah one day….

  • Chris Stephenson says:

    Please do NOT send me any more tasteless suggestions such as this. It looks like an industrial unit with and outhouse. Inside is worse.

  • Jay says:

    Totally agree with Chris Stephenson
    My grandmothers house has significantly more style than this
    If interior designers were used then it should be refunded !

  • Brian Mcculloch Glasgow says:

    Wow this mansion looks straight from the sets of a hollywood movie. I, Brian Mcculloch Glasgow would certainly love to build one in my lifetime.

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