One lucky sports fan could soon own one of the most legendary baseball fields ever built.
The 193-acre Iowa farm that inspired the 1989 movie "Field of Dreams" is up for sale.
Owners Don and Becky Lansing are selling the midwest tourist attraction for $5.4 million. The farm has been in their family for a century but the couple say they're ready to retire.
"You know, there are as many different feelings about the Field of Dreams as there are people who come," Becky Lansing said.
"I think there's a sense of pride," she continued. "That this is a place that is easily identifiable with Iowa and the millions of wonderful people and the millions of farm families in this country."
The sale includes a two bedroom house, six other buildings, and one concession stand.
The couple joked that the ghost of "Shoeless" Joe Jackson and the voices of James Earl Jones and Kevin Costner are not included.