The Hemsworth Brothers Sell Shared Malibu Home

Joyce Chen

The time has come for the Hemsworth brothers to go their separate ways—in terms of their joint real estate investment, that is. Luke, Liam, and Chris Hemsworth recently sold a modern Malibu property they co-owned for $4.25 million, nearly five years after they bought it together for $3.45 million. The brothers first listed the home in September.

The picturesque estate is perched high in the hills, with views of the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, and measures a generous 4,612 square feet. The interiors are clean-lined and chic, with polished concrete floors juxtaposed with warm wood accents and entire walls of glass sliders that encourage the indoor-outdoor flow so crucial to a SoCal lifestyle.

The outdoor sauna.
The outdoor sauna.
Photo: Alexis Adam / Courtesy of The Agency

The open floor–plan great room includes a living area, a dining area, and an updated kitchen with top-of-the-line Viking, Wolfe, and Sub-Zero appliances. The dwelling opens to an outdoor dining area with unobstructed sunset views and a built-in banquette seating situated around a fire pit.

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There are a total of four bedrooms and four bathrooms, including a luxurious main suite with two walk-in closets and Calcutta gold marble finishes in the spa-style bathroom. A sauna just outside the main suite is an added perk. The Malibu getaway also boasts a 750-bottle refrigerated wine cellar, a state-of-the-art home theater with uniquely eggplant-color walls, and a sunlit library with floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves. Out back, the dining area gives way to a tiered terrace with lush gardens, landscaped lawns, and more stellar views.

The open plan living space which looks out to the backyard.
The open plan living space which looks out to the backyard.
Photo: Alexis Adam / Courtesy of The Agency

As for the Hemsworth brothers, Chris and Luke reside in Australia’s Byron Bay, and while youngest brother Liam has been spending time with his brothers in Australia in recent months, it’s not clear whether or not he’s relocated for good following his split from Miley Cyrus in 2019.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest