Amir Khan and his wife Faryal have put their stunning mansion up for sale for £1.6million as the couple move on from a troubled year.
The huge glass-fronted house in Lostock, near Bolton, Greater Manchester, boasts everything the former world champion and his model wife need to keep in shape and relax.
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There's an enormous indoor swimming pool - with a mosaic of a boxing glove and 'AK' initials - fully-equipped gym and walk-in steam room.
For relaxation, there's also a games room which includes a pool table and home cinema system.
An open-plan kitchen is upstairs, alongside two bedrooms, dressing room and bathroom.
The mosaic of a boxing glove at the bottom of the swimming pool
The pool table in the games room
The home cinema area
There's also a fully equipped gym
But the buyer also gets an extra bonus of the next door property thrown in for the price - a massive L-shaped bungalow built for the world champion's parents.
That's a huge property itself featuring four bedrooms - three with en-suite bathrooms - a lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room, conservatory and double garage.
Amir Khan and Faryal Makhdoom have put the properties on the market
Buyers also get this L-shaped bungalow next door with four bedrooms
The description of the property adds: "The full specification of this exceptional property can only be appreciated by personal inspection where by viewers will then experience the tremendous statement it makes with an ambiance of comfort, health and well being. "
The sale, via Cardwells estate agent and appearing on Rightmove, comes after the couple recently held out an olive branch to an end a bitter family feud.
Amir had threatened to cut his parents out of his life and sacked his dad Shah as manager in February.
But Amir and Faryal are now working on rebuilding relationships with his family.
And the boxer decided to bury the hatchet and invited Shah to watch Pakistan take on India in the ICC Champions Trophy cricket match in Birmingham recently.
The clear-the-air talks were orchestrated by Faryal who had come under fire from some members of Khan's family for her choice of western dress.
A breakfast bar
Kitchen area with chequered tiles
One of the bedrooms across the two properties
Another look in the bathroom
The truce brings to an end six months of bitter in-fighting and name-calling on both sides.
Amir, 30, who has a three-year-old daughter with Faryal, 25, first hinted at family troubles last year.
He told how his parents had moved out of the house next door and that he had "done his best" and bought them a new home.
The row escalated and their public feud was played out on social media and in the press.
Faryal claimed she had faced a tirade of abuse and accused her in-laws of trying to wreck her marriage.
But Amir's mum Falak denied her daughter-in-law's allegations.