Bad news for the U.S celeb-crazed folks as the hottest Aussie beau in town is moving bases with his family. Thor star, Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky has finally decided to move Down Under with their three kids and before leaving they’re hoisting off their Malibu mansion for sale at $6.5 million. Hemsworth will be filming in Sydney for his latest film, Thor: Ragnarok.
As reported by Domain the couple bought the property back in 2013 for $4.8 million from Australian Golden Globe winner Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan and his estranged wife, former Julliard-trained actress Linda Kozlowski.
The property is situated in the Point Dume peninsula which is a star-studded area of California, overlooking the breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean. The mansion features five bedrooms and six baths and the entire area of the home spans across 6,800 square feet.
As described in its previous listing details the mansion is “a marriage of classic Victorian elegance and modern European sensibility”.
The residence is a two-story building tucked behind secured gates and towering privet hedge. It opens to a central lobby that has a tightly curled staircase linking to adjoining formal living and dining rooms. The living room has a fireplace and the dining room is painted in army green. Most of the rooms in the house have matte-finished wide plank white oak floorboards.
The snazzy kitchen comes with a double-wide butcher block topped center island. Overlooking the kitchen is a small, glass-railed loft area with built-in desk space. There are four en suite bedrooms which include the master suite with a private, penny-tiled terrace that has an over-the-treetops ocean view.
Sweeping porches run the length of the home that overlooks another separate but attached lush one-acre property, which includes a one-bedroom guesthouse and a three-car garage. It also has a lounge with Foosball tables and video game machines.
The back of the residence opens to a broad, partly trellis-shaded patio that overlooks the terraced grounds and the manicured lawns.
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