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As seen in the Source link, written by news.com.au on 2020-01-11 09:29:51

Sam Worthington’s former Hawaiian home has hit the market with a hefty $10 million price tag.

Now owned by CrossFit founder Greg Glassman, the fitness magnate snapped up the Avatar star’s home in 2015 for $6.12 million.

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“Wortho” had bought the sprawling estate on the island of Kauai in 2012 – just prior to meeting his model wife Lara Worthington nee Bingle, according to media reports, in order to “settle down” after several years of couch surfing and living in his car.

“I love it there – I love the people,” he told The Daily Telegraph at the time.

“It’s very laid-back and it's a really friendly place to live.”

Worthington added that it was easy choosing Honolulu over Hollywood, despite him being a rising star in Tinsletown.

“I would never live in LA – I hate that place,” he said.

The actor, along Lara and their two sons, reportedly now live in a $10.9 million dollar home above the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles.

The plantation-style estate occupies 2ha in Kealia, a small community on Kauai.

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There’s an almost 400sq m single-story plantation style home Pu’uwai ‘O (Heart of Kealia), which was built in 2008 and features interiors by designer Stephen Zeffert, as well as a tennis/basketball court, outdoor spa, a swimming pool overlooking the ocean.

Unsurprisingly for the man who came up with the CrossFit craze, the home also features a three-car garage has been converted into a super gym.

Of the three bedrooms, two are palatial master suites which both open out to lava-rock gardens with outdoor showers.

There are three bathrooms, a state of the art security system and multiple outdoor spaces.

Next-door there is an additional plot with 100 coconut trees measuring almost 2.4ha that is also up for grabs for an extra $3.64 million. A cashed up buyer could snap up the adjacent land and keep them as one single estate.

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