Kevin Costner's expansive 160-acre Colorado ranch can be rented at a 'modest' price of $36K a night
ASPEN, COLORADO: Now you too can stay at Kevin Costner's expansive 160-acre Aspen property, but at a cost: $36,000 a night. The 'Yellowstone' actor's property, called The Dunbar Ranch has been dubbed as "the ultimate luxury hideaway." It was named after Lieutenant John Dunbar from his 'Dances With Wolves' role. It is situated close to downtown Aspen and has 12 bedrooms, eight baths along with views of Aspen Mountain and Independence Pass.
In addition to a baseball diamond, it has other features, including a trap door that leads to a bathtub with a waterfall and a farmhouse. The property, which has caretakers on duty around the clock, is among several properties the Academy Award winner owns, along with his ranch in Carpinteria, where he was stranded due floods and had to miss the recent Golden Globes, as per Aceshowbiz.
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The great outdoors
In addition to a baseball field and a sledding slope outside, the property has three buildings, a main house, a lake house, and a river house, that can accommodate up to 27 people. According to the New York Post, the ranch offers horseback riding, hiking and fishing among other activities through the warmer months. During winter, guests can use a private ice rink, tubing course and try their hand at dog sledding. The estate has a lake where paddleboards and kayaks may be used for sailing.
Flood in Carpinteria
Fans were left disappointed when the actor couldn't attend the Golden Globes 2022 as he was stranded in his ranch in Carpinteria due to flooding. The 67-year-old star shared a video on Twitter to speak about his absence. In the video, he says, "Hi, everyone. Look, I'm so sorry for everyone who might have been tuning in to watch the Golden Globes. Chris and I aren't going to be there," adding "Yesterday we had to pull the kids out of school in Santa Barbara. This is the second time in five years that the freeway has flooded out, we found ourselves on the wrong side of the town and we couldn't get back last night."
.@goldenglobes @Yellowstone pic.twitter.com/e1ysn2o02k— Kevin Costner & MW (@modernwest) January 11, 2023
"Nobody's sadder than us that we can't be there at the Golden Globes. Chris had a beautiful dress, I was looking forward to walking down the red carpet with her. I'm just so sorry that I can't be there. I really wanted to, I know how bad Chris wanted to support me. She went out and bought me some gold and yellow and black and silver balloons, so we're going to sit at the television and see what happens," he concluded.