John Travolta Sells Brentwood Home to Scooter Braun for $18 Million

Joyce Chen

John Travolta found the perfect buyer for his longtime Brentwood estate—none other than music executive Scooter Braun. According to the Los Angeles Times, Travolta and his wife, Kelly Preston, recently sold off their nearly 2.35-acre compound, which boasts a 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom Spanish-style mansion, to Braun for $18 million in an off-market deal. The price is a considerable leap from the $3.7 million the Travoltas paid for it back in 1997.

The two-story home spans a generous 9,100 square feet, and was originally built in 1949. Though it has since been updated, some of the home’s original details still remain, including beamed ceilings, Saltillo tile floors, and hand-painted tile work. A number of fireplaces are sprinkled throughout the space, all of which feature imported stone mantles. When the Grease star and Preston purchased the home, it had just six bedrooms and nine-and-a-half bathrooms, but the A-list couple added four more bedrooms and a half-bathroom during their ownership. (There are now four master suites in the abode.) Other amenities of note include a screening room, a gym, and a study with its own wet bar.

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Outside, the property features a massive swimming pool fed by a rock waterfall with an adjoining spa; a tree house; several dining patios; a sprawling, grassy green lawn surrounded by mature trees; a tennis court; a guardhouse; and two garages. The sale of the space marks the beginning of a new era for Travolta and Preston, who bought a new Mediterranean-style home just a few neighborhoods away in Calabasas last fall. The couple’s new $2.65 million villa spans 7,500 square feet and includes six bedrooms and six bathrooms, with a luxurious exterior that includes a fountain, towering palm trees, and terra-cotta tiles. They also own homes in Maine and Florida.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest