If the words "If you build it, they will come" make your heart go pitter-patter, I've got one real estate listing that may strike your fancy. The real farm made famous by the 1989 Kevin Costner baseball flick Field of Dreams near Dyersville, IA, is on the market for $5.4 million.
For that price, you can call yourself the proud owner of the movie's baseball diamond, a two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath house, six outbuildings, and 193 acres of land. The current owners have owned the property for a century and have preserved the famous field since Universal Studios built it in just four days in 1988. Two buildings on the property actually date back to the 1800s, so it's a historical home in more ways than one. If you're interested, you'd better be tourist-friendly, as the farm is visited by an average of 65,000 people a year. The land comes with two souvenir sands, and a merchandising agreement with Universal can be arranged, so you may make a pretty penny off of this home, too!
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