UFC news: Conor McGregor’s incredible homes in Marbella, Las Vegas and Ireland

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An insight into UFC superstar Conor McGregor’s amazing homes has been uncovered, and being one of the world’s leading sport stars, he’s bound to have luxury homes. 

McGregor, who beat Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone in his return to the Octagon earlier this year, is estimated to be worth around £101 million. 

The Notorious is clearly interested as to where he puts his feet up, as his homes in Ireland, Marbella and Las Vegas have been estimated to be worth around £5.6 million in total. 

Ireland Mansion

McGregor, being from Ireland, was always going to follow his heart and buy an unbelievable house for himself in his home country, and unbelievable may just be an understatement. 

McGregor splashed £2 million on the Irish mansion back in 2019. 

The property has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a living room, dining room, kitchen, and games room. There are also horse-riding facilities, as well incredible views of the River Liffey. 

The Paddocks near Straffan, Co Kildare sits behind an elite gated Ladycastle community at the K Club, recognised for being host to the Ryder Cup in 2006. 

It has to be said that McGregor is always in top shape before fight night, and for some of that, he can thank the fact that he has his own personal gym, fully kitted out with the newest, top of the range equipment. 

A £2 million mansion is never enough for a man with rich taste, however, and it is no different with Conor McGregor. 

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Marbella Holiday Home

McGregor parted with £1.3 million in order to pay for his holiday home in Marbella. 

The weather isn’t always nice in Ireland, so why not have a luxury holiday apartment to fall back on? 

Found in The Heights, a luxury development that boasts wonderful views of the Mediterranean and is on the door step of the La Resina Golf Course, the home features some modern touches.

The villa looks spectacular from the outside with an LED lit driveway and nice water feature.

Like his Irish mansion, he has his own customised gym, a home spa and large outdoor swimming pool - which is directly accessible from his bedroom.

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A massive dining area overlooks the ocean and he can also gaze out onto the coast while relaxing in his hot tub. 

It has to be said, McGregor is well and truly living the dream. 

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Las Vegas Pad

Two homes are never enough, so McGregor has a third in Las Vegas.

With most of his UFC scraps being in Nevada, it does make sense for the former lightweight and featherweight champion to have a home in Las Vegas. 

Nicknamed the Mac mansion, McGregor unveiled his home before he dismantled Jose Aldo at UFC 194 for the lightweight championship. 

He has a handy seven bedrooms, a 50-ft infinity pool, spa that can accommodate 10 people, as well as a back-garden golf course. 

A back-garden golf course is just unbelievable when you bear in mind a golf course on its own, without all of the other luxuries, normally costs millions. 

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Mac mansion also has a 10-car garage, but unfortunately doesn’t have enough room to store his boat. 

Although, it is worth noting that McGregor only rented the mansion before it went up for sale in 2017 for £2.3 million. 

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Normally now, whenever McGregor happens to be fighting in Las Vegas, he prefers to settle down in a penthouse suite, and who can anyone argue with that because when it is all said and done, he can go back to his dream home in Ireland.

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