The actor's Aspen estate spans 64 acres and includes three homes, a baseball field and private lakes.
While Kevin Costner's character in Yellowstone refuses to sell his cattle ranch in Montana, the actor has no problem opening his 64-acre Colorado farm to the public. In fact, the Daytona-style mansion currently rents for a whopping $36,000 a night.
Called Dunbar Ranch, Costner's compound in Aspen is aptly named after the lieutenant he played in the Oscar-winning film Dances with Wolves. He originally bought the plot back in 2000, before turning it into the wilderness retreat it is today, the New York Post reported. The pastoral property is located at the base of Independence Pass, hidden among the Elk Mountain Range and secluded in a lush pine forest. In terms of accommodation, the property has 12 bedrooms in three magnificent residences with enough sleeping space for over two dozen people. Self-contained structures include the main house, the farmhouse and the river house. There are also 24/7 security guards, private lakes and an on-site baseball field.
However, the crown jewel is the main building, which spans an impressive 580 square meters and is adorned with rustic decor reminiscent of a luxury lodge. Think lots of exposed wood, warm oak ceilings and stone accents. In the living room you will find a striking double-sided fireplace that will come in handy during the winter months. Even more incredible, however, is the master suite, which has a secret door that leads to a hidden hot tub with its own waterfall and stunning views of the Rockies. Because why not?
When you're not hitting the area's iconic slopes, there's plenty to do at Dunbar Ranch. Depending on the season, guests can slide down the sledding hill, spend an afternoon ice fishing, or explore the property on cross-country skis. In the summer, kayaking, rowing, hiking and biking are also available options. Additional activities, including horseback riding, can also be arranged, allowing visitors to channel their inner cowboy.