Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky may be looking to sell their $30 million Byron Bay compound.
Despite only completing the Broken Head home earlier this year, the couple are hoping to offload the mansion and move to a different location in the area, according to the Courier Mail.
The A-listers reportedly inspected a large landholding nearby at Lennox Head, about 18 kilometres south of Byron Bay, which subsequently sold for $14 million to a Sydney couple who plan to use it as a holiday home.
Chris and Elsa completed their mansion earlier this year, and the property has skyrocket in price since then.
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Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky’s property in Byron Bay. Credit: The Courier Mail
It is believed the pair purchased the site for $9 million and spent $18million building the compound.
The mansion took three years to build and sits on a hilltop surrounded by 4.2 hectares of secluded land which has sweeping views over the areas Seven Mile Beach.
No expense was spared for the couple and their three children India Rose, seven, and five-year-old twin sons Tristan and Sasha with the Gold Coast Bulletin reporting the concrete design included 10 bathrooms, two bars, a media room and several living areas.
Chris Hemsworth has given fans a sneak peek inside his new home, which features a mural by an Aussie artist.
The living area is dominated by a white colour theme, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking a tropical garden setting, BBQ area and the mansions famous infinity pool.
A cosy indoor fire, big white couch and rustic dining table made from roughed-edge planks of wood complete the aesthetic.
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It is believed the pair purchased the site for $9 million and spent $18million building the compound. Credit: The Courier Mail
Hemsworth, who is renowned for his strict training regime and runs his own fitness program Centr, also included a gym, steam room, sauna and massage rooms and added bespoke storage for 26 surfboards.
The grounds surrounding the home are dotted with mature palm trees and large swathes of lawn which open to outdoor living areas including a built-in fire pit and luxurious BBQ entertaining area.
The mansions crowning glory is the 50m infinity pool, which can be seen through the living room windows.
The couple left Los Angeles in 2015, setting up house at the Byron Bay property before demolishing the existing eight bedroom Balinese-style residence to build the mega-mansion.