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When it comes to TV shows that stick with us to this day, there are few shows that stick with us like Lost. One of our 7 Mindf*ck TV Shows Every Guy Should See, Lost remains one of our favorites all these years later for it’s gorgeous exteriors, expansive surroundings and downright confounding plot points. Now, the 2,700-Acre Hawaiian Ranch on the North Shore of O-‘ahu that was used for primary filming of Lost during the first and second season–it’s called Dillingham Ranch if you want to do your own diligence–is for sale for a cool $45 Million dollars. The expansive property has been used and attempted to be used for a number of different purposes, but the steward of the property has never really delivered on the potential. If you have the kind of money required to purchase the property, it could be developed into anything from a golf resort to a multi-faceted, end-of-the-world survival shelters property depending on what you’re looking to turn the spacious exterior in to. The 2,700-Acre Hawaiian Ranch from Lost is currently for sale through Cushman & Wakefield for $45 Million which, honestly, is an absolute steal given the amount of space you’ll get for the purchase price.

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