Waialua, Hawaii’s historic 2700 acre Dillingham Ranch, located on the island of Oahu, is now on the market for $65,000,000! The ranch was founded by Benjamin Franklin Dillingham, head of one of the island’s pioneering families and Hawaii’s first railroad tycoon. Dillingham Ranch is also home to famous polo grounds that stand adjacent to some 19 acres of oceanfront property. The ranch’s main lodge, known as the “Big House,” was built in 1917 and recently returned to its original period condition through a multimillion-dollar restoration. It features a 3,000-square-foot great room with hardwood floors and a fireplace, a 700-square-foot professional grade kitchen and 8 bedrooms. Adjacent to Dillingham Ranch is Dillingham Airfield, a private airport named for Walter Dillingham’s son, Henry Gaylord Dillingham, an aviator killed during World War Two.