Another Byron Bay mega-mansion for the Hemsworth clan? Actor Liam unveils his own plans for an idyllic retreat in the upscale beachside town
Hollywood star Chris Hemsworth finished his sprawling $20 million mansion nicknamed ‘Fort Hemsworth’ in Byron Bay last year.
And now it is Liam’s turn to focus on a new build in the ritzy locale – only at a much more modest scale compared to his Thor actor brother.
Plans were revealed in The Sunday Telegraph this week, with the 30-year-old building a small yoga studio on a parcel of land owned by the family.
Another mega-mansion for the Hemsworth clan? Actor Liam, 30, has unveiled his own plans for an idyllic retreat in the upscale beachside town according to a Sunday Telegraph report
The Isn’t It Romantic? star is constructing a serene 58sqm cabana which will sit idyllically next to a man-made dam on the property.
The project includes a built-in barbecue on the decking, along with day beds and a wharf which will extend over the water.
The cost of the project is expected to be around a modest $138,000 with it taking approximately eight weeks to build.
New neighbours: The family company, CHLH Management, brought the 35-hectare Broken Head land for $4.25 million in an off-market deal last September. Pictured: Chris and Liam
According to the report, no big homestead plans have been submitted to council.
The family company, CHLH Management, brought the 35-hectare Broken Head land for $4.25 million in an off-market deal last September.
Liam was in Byron Bay visiting his brother when the sale was signed off, giving a clue he could soon submit plans for a large-scale home.