If you list it, they will come? The baseball diamond, house and farmland used in the movie "Field of Dreams" is for sale. Don and Becky Lansing have put the property in Dyersville, Iowa on the market because they are planning to retire. The land is rented to a tenant and the Lansings live on a nearby farm. The sale will be conduced without stipulations meaning that the new owner can do whatever they want with the property and aren't obligated to preserve the famous field.
The listing includes the site of the movie with the baseball diamond, the two-bedroom, 1.5 bath house with the large front porch, a pair of souvenir stands and six outbuildings. It is listed at $5.4 million and has a property website.
The Des Moines Register says that around 65,000 people show up each year to see the field where Kevin Costner and Ray Liotta brought tears to people's eyes with a simple game of catch. The baseball field was built in four days in 1988 by Universal Studios. The movie was based on the book "Shoeless Joe" by W.P. Kinsella and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1989. The Lansings don't charge admission to the property but do sell souvenirs.