The house used as the Robin Masters Estate in the TV series Magnum PI, located at 41-505 Kalanianaole Hwy Waimanalo HI 96795 was listed for sale at a price of $15,750.000 dollars. This house was used for the exterior shots for the series while all of the indoor scenes were filmed at a Hawaii film studio.
From, “http://magnum-mania.com“, The property is known as the Anderson Estate (and “Pahonu“). It has been owned for decades by former local politician Eve Glover Anderson. Eve is the step-daughter of Cox Communications heiress Barbara Cox Anthony, the wealthiest Hawaiian resident until her death on May 28, 2007.
The combination of structures on this beachfront property comes in at just under 9,000 square feet and is located on three acres, on the beach with the man-made lagoon used in many of the episodes.
Update May 26 2018: Just ran across a video shot by drone showing the demolition of the estate. So Sad.
This luxury estate or notoriety has 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. This historic home built was built in 1933. “Pahonu”, the movie location home used for Magnum PI has a beautiful oceanfront and historic turtle pond. This European style home was designed by architect Louis Davis. During the early 1930s, land developer Theo H. Davies & Co. hired Davis to design new homes in a “Monterrey” (or Spanish eclectic) style to be built on lots being developed in the new subdivision of K?hala. Davis is also credited as the architect of several of Hawaii’s classic movie theaters. The Princess Theater opened in 1922 at 1236 Fort Street.
The home includes a gated house, boat house, tennis courts, extra large garage with workshop and separate bath house. This is a very rare Kamaaina offering.
There was a story in 2015 that an agent for Obama was looking at this house for the Obamas that resulted in over 20,000 hits on this page in one day.