The Hemsworth Brothers’ Malibu Home Is on the Market—Here’s a Look Inside

The Hemsworth brothers, Chris, Luke and Liam, are selling their shared Los Angeles home, which has just hit the market at $4.9 million. 

The front entrance.

The Australian actor brothers bought the four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,612-square-foot Malibu home four years ago for $1.45 million less than the current asking price.

Chris Hemsworth is perhaps best known for his role as Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. On the horizon, he will appear in the fourth installment in the Thor series, Thor: Love and Thunder, which currently has a release scheduled for February 2022. Luke is a regular on HBO’s Westworld and Liam has starred in a variety of films including The Hunger Games series.

Here’s a closer look at the home, which features warm wood accents and polished concrete floors. A chef’s kitchen, wine cellar and media room deliver some added entertainment value. The 1.3-acre property’s patio and tiered gardens extend to a grassy lawn and stunning mountain views.

The living room, with a built-in fireplace.
The large kitchen looks out into the garden.
The modern kitchen.
The house has four bedrooms.
One of the four bathrooms.
The patio, with outdoor seating and fireplace.
The sprawling gardens.
View from the patio.

See the full listing here.

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Cindy Mei is an intern at Better. Currently in her senior year of college at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism, Cindy is moved by strong storytelling about personal identity and culture. She is an avid fan of the works of Anthony Bourdain, Alex Kotlowitz and Jenn Fang.

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