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John Travolta is selling his Mansion after his wife's death

After Kelly Preston's death, her husband John Travolta listed their 22-Bedroom Mansion for sale for $5 Million. Find all the details here

By Ingrid Mateos

- February 19 , 2021 - 16:14 hs
John Travolta, Kelly Preston

John Travolta, Kelly Preston - Chris Pizzello (AP2011, AP)

American actor John Travolta is selling his mansion located in Isleboro, Maine. The star bought their home back in 1991. with his better half. Kelly Preston. She and Travolta met shooting the 1989 comedy "The Experts" and were married in 1991. The couple had three children, Ella, 20, Benjamin, 9, and Jett, who died in 2009 at 16 after having a seizure while on a family vacation in the Bahamas. Last year, the actress died because of cancer. Preston was known for her roles in “Gotti”, “Sky High”, “Eulogy”, “For Love of the game”, “Jerry Maguire” “From Dusk Till Dawn” and “Christine”.

The home was built in 1903 and is located on 48 acres of land, some of which is controlled by the Isleboro Island Trust, according to an online listing. The 10,830-square-foot oceanfront home has 20 bedrooms and sits on 48 acres on the island off the midcoast.

Drexel State has 4 guest rooms and 4 bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor is for kids with a classroom, a library, a theater stage, and 4 themed bedrooms. The living room has a fireplace, a chef's kitchen with a walk-in refrigerator. The state has a farmhouse too,

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Going 20 years back in time, in 1999, designer Christopher B. Boshears said “John and Kelly come to Maine to relax,” “The house had to be comfortable, but the structure demanded elegance.” When asking him about the choices he made when redecorating he said “It was to bring to life the feeling of an English country house,” he says. “I combined linen draperies, damasks, and velvet upholstery fabrics with a variety of furnishings.”

No wonder Travolta is selling the Mansion, he declared a long time ago about Preston “She went through the whole house and loved it,” Their intentions when buying such a large house was to welcome their more than 50 family members.

Full with full English antiques, they made that big space something called home. “One time we flew in for a day with thirty fabric swatches that Johnny and I had numbered. There was no electricity, the sun was going down, and there we were, looking at all the furniture we'd bought piled in the living room, saying, “What do you think about the couch? How about number three? And four, no, maybe sixteen for those two chairs.' Everything had to be decided before it got dark. It was madness—but so much fun.”

The last time we watched Travolta in something was in the 2018 Mafia Drama “Gotti” and “American Crime Story: The Pople v O.J. Simpson”

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