22,000,000$$ John Travolta’s Private Airport House With 2 Runways
The entrance hall. “This is an overbuilt home,” Travolta says. “The walls are thicker than they need to be, and there’s more metal in it than there needs to be.” The entrance hall includes a floor motif that Travolta designed himself.
A jet parked in a plane pavilion. “You can be the ultimate eccentric, like I am, and bring in a 707,” he says. “But you can also bring in any corporate jet or airliner.” A Gulfstream II jet is parked in one of two plane pavilions. Although the property came equipped with a 7,500-foot runway, Travolta extended the taxiway to reach the house.
There is a private control center:
And a bed-and-breakfast where pilots and prospective homeowners can stay overnight: Travolta’s property, located in the Jumbolair Aviation Estates in Ocala, Florida, is situated on Greystone Airport. The actor was reportedly the first resident of the 550-acre community that caters to people who want fly-in, fly-out access. The aviation community allows homeowners to land their planes, including Travolta’s Boeing 707 airliner, and taxi up to their homes. Like what you’re reading? Subscribe to our top stories.