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Chris Hemsworth's $20million mega-mansion in Byron Bay is nearing completion, five years after the Marvel Universe star first purchased the property and began extensive renovations.
And as his family prepares to move in, extraordinary new satellite images reveal how the mammoth construction has transformed the landscape of Broken Head.
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Since purchasing the block of land, an estimated 60 trees have been removed on the 4.2 hectare estate in order to make space for the luxury property.
Chris first bought the property for $7million back in 2014. At the time, it was a low-key Balinese-style home nestled among the bushland.
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From above, it looked like a picturesque hideaway surrounded by lush greenery, with the house blending in with the native landscape.
But after the original building was demolished to make space for the family-of-five's grand designs, much of the foliage was cleared.
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In a satellite image taken in...
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