Kevin Costner may not be ready to leave his “Yellowstone” ranch in Montana, but he’s welcoming it to his real-life ranch in Colorado.
The recent Golden Globe winner is renting out his 160-acre Aspen estate for $36,000 a night, The Post has learned.
The property went up for rent last week.
Consisting of 12 bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the spread is around 6,000 sq ft.
Known as Dunbar Ranch, it is billed as the “ultimate luxury retreat” and is located just minutes from downtown Aspen.
Property amenities include on-site 24/7 caretakers, a baseball field, a sledding hill, three hot tubs, and the ability to sleep up to 27 people comfortably.
Costner usually rents the house during the winter months. He last listed the property for lease in 2021.
Costner, 68, bought the land in 2000 before turning it into the property it is today.
Amy Motier holds the listing with Coldwell banker Mason Morse.
Costner plays John Dutton – owner of Yellowstone Ranch – at Paramount.
Rumors surfaced on Friday as Season 5 of the highly popular series will be costner’s last In performing his acclaimed role.
Costner is now working on a massive four-part film titled “Horizon,” which he is producing, directing and starring in.
The Post has reached out to Costner’s rep for comment.