Remember The TV Show “Lost” On ABC? That House In Hawaii They Filmed In Is For Sale For $45 Million.

Holiday shoppers who have a little extra cash and want that truly special gift need look no further.

Isn’t your special someone worth $45 million? For that reasonable sum, a ranch estate in Hawaii – on a site featured in the “Lost” series on ABC – can be acquired.

Don’t worry, blue bloods: The estate includes polo grounds and an equestrian center.

The 2,700 acres on Oahu’s north shore includes 19 right on the beach; and, if you’re excited by the Royal Family, the Prince of Wales stayed at the property, according to the Daily Mail.

Known as Dillingham Ranch, the site is versatile, according to Matt Beall, principal broker at Hawai’i Life.

“Existing uses of portions of the ranch for cattle, farming, polo field and equestrian activities, and as a film location, can provide sources of revenue for the owner as well as an economic benefit to the community,” Beall said in a statement to the New York Post.

The site has also been used as a venue for weddings and other filming projects. It served as a “Lost” backdrop for seasons 1 and 2.

The listing is held jointly by Hawai’i Life and Cushman & Wakefield, with a team headed up by Beall, Matt Davis (director with Cushman & Wakefield in Southern California) and Anthony Provenzano (senior vice president of Cushman & Wakefield’s local Hawaiian agency, ChaneyBrooks).

In the Robb Report, Davis espouses the development aspect for the property: something along the lines of a golf resort or housing development projects with “lots ranging from 3 to 8 acres allowing parcel owners to build a farm dwelling up to 5,000 square feet and receive a stipend to plant an orchard that covers at least one acre, depending on parcel size.”

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