Mystery solved: Chris Hemsworth is NOT the buyer of an exclusive oceanfront site in Tasmania

A real estate agent selling an oceanfront site in Tasmania has confirmed that Australian actor Chris Hemsworth is indeed not the buyer of the property, after persistent rumours. 

Selling agent Marcus Douglas of Shepherd & Heap told Realestate.com.au this week: ‘It’s not Chris Hemsworth.’

The site, called Piano Coves, sold for an undisclosed amount between $11million and $15million and sprawls across 1,312 acres. 

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Mystery solved: Chris Hemsworth is NOT the buyer of an exclusive oceanfront site in Tasmania after rumours he’d spent $15million on the 1,312-acre property

According to Douglas, the property went to a Tasmanian buyer who is ‘well-known locally’.

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Speaking about rumours Thor star Chris, 38, purchased the property, he added: ‘To be honest, I’m not sure where the rumour came from.’

‘None of the buyers I dealt with publicly acknowledged to me that they were representing the Hemsworth family.’

Selling agent Marcus Douglas of Shepherd & Heap told Realestate.com.au this week: ‘It’s not Chris Hemsworth’. The site is pictured

Last month, rumours were rife that Chris purchased the site, that boasts almost 3km of ocean frontage, including beaches and coves.

It came after Chris and his brothers, Liam and Luke, bought several multimillion-dollar properties in NSW’s Northern Rivers region.  

These purchases have helped ‘push up house prices’ in the town of Newrybar, 18km from Byron Bay, realestate.com.au previously reported. 

Stunning: The site, called Piano Coves, sold for an undisclosed amount between $11million and $15million and sprawls across 1,312 acres

Property moguls: It came after Chris and his brothers, Liam and Luke, bought several multimillion-dollar properties in NSW’s Northern Rivers region

Among their property portfolio, the Hemsworths own the $6.5million four-hectare Newrybar Downs estate.

They also spent $6.8million on a 37-hectare farmlet with a building block.

Chris, his wife Elsa Pataky and their three children live in an enormous mansion in Broken Head, near Byron Bay, which is said to be worth $30million.

They spent years renovating their home, which sits on 4.2 hectares of land, with the help of Sydney-based MCK Architects – but the development faced some resistance from locals, who compared it to a multi-storey car park or shopping centre. 

Home sweet home: Chris, his wife Elsa Pataky and their three children live in an enormous mansion in Broken Head, near Byron Bay, which is said to be worth $30million