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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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'Pulp Fiction' star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor - whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago - has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The 'Saturday Night Fever' icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house - which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion's 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children's
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s
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???Pulp Fiction??? star John Travolta is selling his beloved getaway mansion for $5 million. The actor ??" whose wife Kelly Preston tragically died from breast cancer two years ago ??" has put the huge 42-room property on the exclusive island enclave of Islesboro, Maine up for sale. The ???Saturday Night Fever??? icon first visited the semi-remote island more than 30 years ago with his long-time showbiz pal, and fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a waterfront property at the south end of the island. John and Kelly purchased the idyllic 48-acre estate with its hotel-sized mansion in 1991. The 42-room house ??" which was built in 1903 - was done up for the Travoltas by classically trained decorator Christopher Boshears in a festively colourful, pattern-mixing manner in 1999. The foyer is similar to a hotel lobby with intimate conversation areas and a fanciful bar, while a double-sided bubble-gum pink sofa whimsically anchors the centre of the vast living room in front of a rustic fieldstone fireplace. The margarine-hued dining room will comfortably seat more than a dozen around a polished wood pedestal table. A second-floor sun porch, one of two in the house, has serene views into the surrounding woods and features an explosion of pastel colours with tons of mismatched floral throw pillows and cosy lap blankets. Glass-fronted cabinets in the huge pantry are stocked with dozens of delicate teacups and vintage cake stands, while the sun-filled country kitchen is simply outfitted with butcherblock counters and expensively equipped with chef-grade equipment. The mansion???s 20 bedrooms share just seven and a half bathrooms spread out over three floors. Large enough to accommodate a sitting and a private dining table, the master bedroom has a vintage-style bath, along with a fireplace and private sun porch. Fourteen guest bedrooms share just four bathrooms on the second floor, while the third floor was converted to Fantasyland children???s