He broke a piggy bank and bought a house on the ocean.

Despite several paintings failing at the box office over the past ten years, John Travolte did not prevent him from remaining rich enough to acquire another mansion in his name. His choice fell on a $ 2.65 million villa in Calabasas, a suburb of Los Angeles, California.

A two-storey house of 700 square meters, built in the mid-90s, is located on a large plot surrounded by greenery, almost on the ocean. In addition to the mansion, the guest house, a semicircular pool, a three-tier fountain, a marble gazebo and parking for 8 cars were located on the site.

The house itself has 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a living room with a crystal chandelier and a spiral staircase that leads to the second floor, a library, a kitchen, an office, a small gym with mirrored walls and two dressing rooms. Also around the house there are 4 fireplaces and there is even a wine cabinet in which the required temperature is maintained. One of the exits from the house leads onto a summer terrace with a dining table, a built-in grill and an open hearth.