PHOTO: A massive Hawaiian ranch from TV Show ‘Lost’ is on the market. Picture: Realtor Source: Supplied
This massive Hawaiian property that featured in the hit TV series ‘Lost’ has now come on the market, complete with an equally-large price tag.
While there aren’t any three-toed statues on the property, this massive estate in Hawaii that was featured on the hit TV series “Lost” has landed on the market with a $59.5 million (US$45 million) asking price.
The estate was used as a setting for the show’s first and second seasons, but the land the property sits on is certainly large enough to get lost on as well, spanning a whopping 1,100ha (2,700 acres), including seven hectares located right on the beach.
Tucked into the northern shores of Oahu, in Waialua, it is the largest parcel of land available on the island, according to the NYPost.
The estate, known as the Dillingham Ranch, has polo grounds, an equestrian centre and a is home to one of Hawaii’s largest coconut tree groves, which is located alongside its giant lodge.
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