PHOTO: Hemsworth hideaway: The brothers lodged an application in 2020 to construct the cabana, with an estimated cost of $138,000 after purchasing it the year before
- The Hemsworth family lodged an application in 2020 to construct the cabana and construction has kicked off at the 35-hectare property which the brothers purchased in 2009
- The estate was purchased in an off-market deal last September by CHLH Management, of which Chris is listed as director. The company name also bears his brother Liam’s initials
- The property is a short distance from where older brother Chris, 37, and his wife Elsa Pataky, 44, live in their newly renovated ‘mega-mansion’, which is worth approximately $20million
- Chris relocated to Australia with his family in 2014, after several years living in LA
Construction has kicked off on a stunning 35-hectare $4.25million property owned by Chris and Liam Hemsworth.
Aerial photos taken of the property, located in Broken Head – a coastal suburb in the Northern Rivers region of Byron Bay in NSW – show a cabana has been completed near the lake which Liam plans to use as a yoga studio.
The Hemsworth family lodged an application in 2020 to construct the cabana, with an estimated cost of $138,000., a year after they purchased the home .
Expanding: Chris and Liam Hemsworth have been transforming their $4.25million New South Wales property into an entertaining oasis – complete with lush landscaping, a fire pit, deck and an intimate $138,000 cabana
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