Former world champion boxer Prince Naseem Hamed has lost £1 million after selling his luxury Sheffield mansion.
The former World Featherweight Champion bought the estate on Ringinglow Road for £3,330,000 in 2005 – and sold it at a reported loss for £2,350,000.
The 10-bedroom home 1900s manor house is surrounded by 10 acres of gardens, and features an oak panelled reception hall, cloakroom, drawing room, morning room, dining room, games room, kitchen, cold store and pantry, boot and store room, gun room, boiler and plant room and office.
The first floor of the palatial home features a master bedroom suite with dressing room and luxury bathroom as well as four further en suite bedrooms and a nursery.
The second floor houses four further bedrooms, three en suite bathrooms and potential for fifth bedroom.
The vast basement features several cellars including a wine cellar.
The house also has a built in leisure complex including a swimming pool, jacuzzi, gymnasium, outdoor tennis court and shower room.
There is even a two-bedroom staff cottage on the sprawling site.
Over the years the flamboyant sports star amassed a property portfolio of more than £70m which included buying a whole street of houses for his family in Sheffield.
The former European Bantamweight fighter, now lives in Surrey, and runs a sports management company.
He was jailed in 2006 after pleading guilty to dangerous driving after he was involved in a 90mph three-car collision near the house on Ringinglow Road.