Feeling flush, old sport?

The lavish Hawaiian estate where Tom Selleck’s Magnum, P.I. parked his Ferrari and groomed his mustache in between dangerous assignments has just been listed for sale at $15.75 million.

On the show, which originally aired from 1980 to 1988, the mansion in question belongs to a mysterious author with the phlegmatic Higgins as caretaker and Magnum relegated to the guest cottage.


Of course, he also had the use of the owner’s now iconic 308 GTS.

Which sadly does not come with the beachfront estate, called Robin’s Nest on the show and located on the island of Oahu.

Set on three lush acres, the 11,000-square-foot main house was built in 1933 and has five bedrooms and six baths.


The property also includes a private lagoon, a swimming pool, a turtle pond, a bathhouse, a boathouse and tennis courts.

Now’s your chance to grow that facial hair and make a sequel, damn it…