Can You Imagine Living in a Mansion That Looks Like a Hotel? John Travolta Has One and He’s Selling It

John Travolta is looking for a new owner for the mansion he bought 30 years ago.

Do you want to live in a hotel that is actually a mansion? John Travolta sells you his house

Actor John Travolta, who turned 67 on February 18, decided to celebrate his arrival at his new age with the sale of his imposing mansion in Maine, which could easily house a hotel due to its size.

The home is located on exclusive Islesboro Island, in Waldo County, so it is only a short drive from Sabbathday Bay.

The sale of the property, built-in 1903, was announced by the Internet portal TMZ, where it is mentioned that the singer is also asking for $ 5 million.

The residence was acquired by the ‘Grease’ protagonist and his late wife, Kelly Preston, in 1991.

The property, priced well below average celebrity mansions, is quite attractive in size for investors, built on 48 acres.

The house is three stories, has an area of 10,830 square feet, and is equipped with 20 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.

Fourteen of the bedrooms and four of the bathrooms are located on the second floor, so there is one bathroom for every three bedrooms, which is one of its main negative points.

The third floor was converted into ‘Fantasyland’, a kind of games room, which is made up of a classroom, a library, a theater stage, a dining room, and four themed bedrooms, among which the Peter Pan one stands out. and one of the princesses.

It also has a lobby, kitchen, dining room, living room, main room, TV room, bar, among other rooms.

Outside it has a swimming pool, extensive green areas surrounded by tall and leafy trees, as well as a pier with access to Sabbathday Bay.