Inside Chris Hemsworth's $6.5 Million Victorian-Style Mansion in Malibu

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By Jennifer Tzeses for Architectural Digest.

Courtesy of John Aaroe Group

Thor star Chris Hemsworth's Malibu estate, located in the Point Dume community, blends Victorian-style details with a modern European aesthetic. It was originally built in 1992 and completely renovated in 2012 by actor Paul Hogan. Tucked behind a manicured hedge, the home feels like a private retreat. The interiors feature a large living room with a fireplace and beautiful curved window, a bright and airy dining room, an open chef's kitchen with a vaulted ceiling, a breakfast area, and a generous family room. There's wood flooring throughout. Four en suite bedrooms--including the master suite with a private lanai--make up the rest of the living space. Sweeping verandas run the length of the home and overlook the lush one-acre property, which includes a one-bedroom guesthouse and a three-car garage.


The living room has a cozy fireplace.


Windows line the dining room.


The expansive family room.


A vaulted wood-paneled ceiling tops the kitchen.


The master bedroom includes a sitting area.


A second-floor veranda affords extraordinary vistas.


The manicured lawn at the rear of the home.

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