Hollywood actor and singer John Travolta has put his 10,830-square-foot house in Maine on the market for $5 million, 30 years after he designed the mansion with his new bride, Kelly Preston, who died last year, reported New York Post. 

The whimsical, cosy home is located at Islesboro island and comprises 42 rooms, including 22 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. It covers almost 48 acres of land, which provided the star duo with ample space to host their families during holidays and festivals.

During an interview with Architectural Digest in 1999, John and Kelly said they transformed the “spooky,” “dark” and “sombre” historic house into the ultimate holiday space, a place to host their 55-member family. It was a “60-day marathon” of redecorating, John told the magazine.

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Notably, the cottage-style mansion was built in 1903 for ‘the scion of a prominent banking family’ by Peabody and Stearns, a premier architectural firm in the eastern US in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

Kelly, 57, died in July last year after a two-year battle with breast cancer. She and John tied the knot in 1991 and have three children, Jett, Ella, and Benjamin. However, Jett tragically died at age 16 of a seizure in 2009.