Actor John Travolta, superstar scientology cultist and sometime summer resident of Maine, is struggling to sell is gorgeous Maine mansion, located on 48 acres of Islesboro Island’s oceanfront.
“This is a one of a kind property,” the listing agent says of the 20-bed, 8-bath lux manse measuring 10,830 square feet.
According to the New York Post, the 68-year-old Grease star redesigned the home in 1991 along with his then-bride Kelly Preston, who died in 2020. He was convinced to buy the home by recently deceased fellow Scientology cult member Kirstie Alley.
The listing doesn’t say whether the home comes with a built-in E-Reader for help purging thetans.
Travolta’s not the only wealthy seasonal resident of Islesboro who’s having a bit of trouble parting ways with opulent summer homes, as many real estate market analysts ponder what happens now after an explosion in demand driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Another $5M gem with just 5 beds is sitting on the market, along with a $2.3M 5-bed hovel and a $1.3M 3,572 sq. foot shanty, according to MaineListings.com.