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The 193 acre Iowa farm made famous by Kevin Costner's 'Field of Dreams' was sold for somewhere around $5 million to Go The Distance LLC, who plans on building a multi-field baseball and softball complex.
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Don and Becky Lansing who are owners of the famous property, which was featured in the 1989 film with Kevin Costner “The Field of Dreams” said they have accepted an offer from Mike and Denise Stillman of “Go the Distance Baseball LLC”who will develop the site near Dyersville as a baseball and softball complex. No word on what the final cost was.
“We worked hard to maintain...
The 1989 movie Field of Dreams had a cast that included Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones, and Ray Liotta. It grossed over $64 million at US box offices. The baseball diamond, and famous cornfields, used in the film are on a farm in Iowa that is set to be sold after being on the [...]
The owners of the "Field of Dreams" in Dyersville, Iowa have finally found a buyer — more than a year after planting a 'for sale' sign in the ground along with their corn.
The original list price of the property made famous by Kevin Costner and Ray Liotta was $5.4 million, but a sale price has yet to be disclosed. The buyers are Mike and Denise Stillman, who...