Actress Roseanne Barr has paid $1,780,000 for a 46.33-acre farm in Hawaii, according to public records. Late last month, Barr, 54, told Reuters that she had bought a property in Hawaii that grows macadamias, quipping, "I always knew I would end up on a nut farm, and I'm going to." Now, Big Time Listings can report that public records show that Barr's Big Buck Trust has purchased the farm at 47-4567 Honokaa Waipio Road in Honokaa/Hamakua, Hawaii, according to public records. Known as the Hidden Hamakua Farm, Barr's new property includes a three-bedroom, 2,212-square-foot ranch-style house with three and half baths, a two-car, 672-square-foot garage with a loft, and ocean views, according to listing information. Other features on the property include a 576-square-foot building, a 192-square-foot utility shed, according to listing information. Check out listing information for the property--complete with a slideshow--here. In addition to the Hawaii farm, Roseanne owns no shortage of other southern California properties, including a four-bedroom, 4,518-square-foot in El Segundo, which she purchased in 2003 for $1,170,000, a three-bedroom, 3,207-square-foot house in El Segundo, which she purchased in 2005 for $1,630,000, a four-bedroom, 4,746-square-foot house in Playa del Rey, Calif., which she bought in 2005 for $2,110,000, and two properties at in Lake Arrowhead, Calif., which she was awarded in 2002 after her divorce from Ben Thomas, according to public records.