Kevin Costner’s seven children vary dramatically in age: his oldest is 26 years older than his youngest. When Costner split from his second wife, Christine Baumgartner, their three kids were still minors. In their divorce settlement, the parents agreed on joint custody, meaning Cayden Wyatt, Hayes Logan, and Grace Avery spend half their time living in the lap of luxury in their dad’s homes, which include an expansive beach pad in Santa Barbara, California, estimated to be worth around $145 million.

As noted by the Daily Mail, the compound is set on 10 acres and has 500 feet of private beach, a horse-riding trail, and a baseball field. The principal residence is high on a clifftop, offering stunning views of the Pacific and surrounding mountains. Costner also owns a smaller beachfront property down the road, listed for sale at $60 million in 2017. But it’s his 165-acre Aspen, Colorado ranch that Costner holds dearest to his heart. This is hardly surprising as there’s a main residence with 12 bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a lake house, a river house, a baseball field, an ice rink, a sledding hill, and all the riding, fishing, and hunting you could dream of.

Meanwhile, the Costners’ kids still live large when they’re not with their dad. According to the Mail, after her divorce, Baumgartner moved into a sprawling four-bedroom, $40,000-a-month rental in Santa Barbara with a private pool and Jacuzzi.

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