Chris Hemsworth’s personal trainer James Duigan relists Byron home

Chris Hemsworth’s personal trainer James Duigan relists Byron home


Richards said the beauty of Byron is that it appeals to both Australian and international markets.

“Over the last few years there’s been a transition in people’s lifestyle choices. In terms of travel, Byron remains an ideal destination for busy people wanting to experience luxury within a domestic and international reach in Australia,” she said.

A living barn connects to a sleeping barn.

A living barn connects to a sleeping barn.Credit: The Agency

“There is an ease of flying into this location with the beautiful beaches and stunning hinterland surrounds. Cedar Hill is a breathtaking home you just won’t want to leave.”

The eight-bedroom, eight-bathroom address with ocean views sleeps up to 16.

Named Cedar Hill, on five acres, the property consists of two deluxe blackbutt barns connected by a shimmering glass walkway. Natural texture throughout speaks to the location, including touchable grass-cloth walls.

One is a living barn and the other is a sleeping barn.

There’s plenty of room to host and entertain.

There’s plenty of room to host and entertain.Credit: The Agency

The sleeping barn contains six bedrooms, all with ensuites finished with aged-copper tapware and marble tiles. The two main bedrooms are on the top floor with a separate lounge room for absolute privacy, and the northern-most of the two has a balcony taking in the verdant gardens and the sparkling pool.

The living barn includes a media room with a built-in bar and it all unfolds to the rolling lawn and raised infinity mineral pool and spa, as well as a firepit.

Tall glass retractable doors connect the inside and out, with glossy expanses of polished concrete floors and exposed timber beams.


A charming two-bedroom cedar cottage is also on the title.

The chart-topping $34 million transaction was for a hinterland oasis at Coopers Shoot, which set a NSW North Coast record. Tom and Emma Lane, of the Oroton fashion empire family, listed the special property, named The Range.

The homestead mixes European influences with sustainable and recycled touches, including 300-year-old reclaimed Croatian terracotta roof tiles as flooring.


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