Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky selling their Byron Bay mansion


Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky have reportedly put their $30mln Byron Bay mega-mansion on sale.

The couple, who have just completed their Byron Bay mansion, are thinking to offload their $30million compound.

Hemsworth and Pataky are reportedly interested in the Broken Head Road sweet so they can move somewhere else in the trendy hamlet.

According to the Courier Mail, the A-listers recently ‘inspected a large landholding at nearby Lennox Head’. However, that property ended up being sold to some Sydneysiders, who purchased it for about $15million to use as a holiday home.

Originally estimated at $20million, property experts said in January the LA-style compound, located in Broken Head near Byron Bay, was now worth $30million.

 ‘Hemsworth bought the property for $9million but spent around $18million building the mansion.’

The 50-metre rooftop infinity pool alone was estimated to have cost at least $400,000, an enormous indoor mural could be worth as much as $100,000, and the landscaping bill would have reached about $500,000.

Chris Hemsworth and his family started construction on the mansion, which was previously an eight-bedroom resort-style known as Kooeloah, in late 2017.

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