Kevin Costner trying to sell his land in South Dakota


If you're looking for some land in South Dakota, Kevin Costner has 1,000 acres for sale, but for a hefty price.

The Associated Press reports that the Oscar-winning filmmaker and actor is trying to sell his spread of land in South Dakota for $14 million.

The land is located near the Old West gambling town of Deadwood in the Black Hills in the western part of the state. The AP says the property includes Costner's ill-fated Dunbar Casino Resort, a $100 million project that never materialized.

The listing does not include Costner's $6 million Midnight Star Casino and Restaurant in Deadwood.

The 1,000 acres is the sum of three separate listings, which Costner is asking $7.4 million, $1.2 million and $5.4 million.

The actor's real estate agent says it took months for Costner to decide to sell the land because "he has a strong sense of loyalty to the area."

There are separate listings for three pieces of property, with asking prices of $7.4 million, $1.2 million and $5.4 million.

Costner filmed much of his Oscar-winning film "Dances with Wolves" in different parts of South Dakota.

The actor currently stars as Jonathan Kent in the new big-screen Superman tale, "Man of Steel."

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