A hemsworth Rumor has it that his brother recently bought a $10.5 million property in the Byron hinterland, where it’s a wealthy selection at the upper end of the market.
A collection of homes for sale right now in the perfect coastal hamlet and surroundings have something special about them.
Water slides, private walking trails, their own rainforest. These lists are skyrocketing on the so-called hemsworth effect on Byron Shire and Northern Rivers real estate.
The Byron area and its sister towns in New South Wales are built on humble bohemian mystique, but now prices are as high as the old hippies once were in Nimbin.
You might think Hollywood buyers would have limited options for multimillion-dollar homes in the Hamlet of Byron and neighboring townships, but think again.
The once popular area is the new definition of prestige in real estate circles and the listings, even in the calmer winter period, prove it.
Actors Liam and Chris Hemsworth made Bryon their chosen residential investment location years before the star Zac Efron got on a plane to Down Under, met an Aussie girl and finally grabbed his own slice of heaven.
Liam bought Newrybar a year ago for $6.8m (he whispers he didn’t need financing) and Luke Hemsworth has an address in Suffolk Park. Chris and his wife Elsa Pataki are the famous owners of a monumental Broken Head mansion and have another 35 hectare site in Byron under development.
In five years, house prices in Byron Bay have increased by 111%, according to the latest data from the field. The impact of famous names nesting in the city cannot be underestimated.
The only domains to perform better over five years, according to Domain’s latest report House Price Reportare the Snowy Monaro region of New South Wales (up 120%), Glamorgan-Spring Bay on the central east coast of Tasmania (up 124%) and the Alpine Townships of Victoria (up 126%) .
The $10.5million off-market deal that sparked speculation over Hemsworth was signed on behalf of a trust headed by accounting administrators William Buck, which has ties to business affairs and real estate transactions antecedents of the brothers, the Sydney Morning Herald’s Property titles reported column.
The luxury homes currently for sale in Bryon reveal why the area is so special and has a median home price of $1.8 million after a period of booming growth.
To shores of the ocean is an elegant property, owned by the owner for 27 years (according to Pricefinder records), which includes bush trails leading to the Brunswick River on a 20.2 hectare parcel.
The al fresco home, a 40-minute drive from Gold Coast Airport, was bought for $225,000 in 1994 and even the on-site granny’s apartment has ocean views. The address comes with planning permission for an 80-place campsite.
In Ewingsdale, inland east of Byron Bay, is a family home with views of Cape Byron Lighthouse and the water, and no need to venture to nearby Goldie to visit the Wet ‘n’ Wild water park.
Number 15 sunrise lane has a huge slide in the pool, set in landscaped gardens, with a party cabana and tennis court.
A fourth bedroom has its own entrance and could be used as an independent rental or become a guest wing.
In Suffolk Park is a house for sale with its own rainforest.
“Idyllic coastal living with your own protected nature reserve/rainforest that backs onto the cove,” the listing reads. The photos show a private oasis that sits on one of the largest landholdings in Suffolk Park, County Byron.
High 8-meter ceilings create an airy ambiance inside, and the in-ground magnesium pool is surrounded by lush rainforest.
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