2 years ago
We already know that fashion designer Tom Ford has, shall we say, a “golden eye” for luxury real estate. The point is proven with the 20,662-acre Cerro Pelon Ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico, that he recently put on the market for $75 million.
Designed by award-winning Japanese-born architect Tadao Ando, the ranch is nothing short of a coffee-table art book’s worth of simple yet elegant design and picturesque beauty. There are two private compounds on the property: One serves as the main residence and “floats” on a reflecting pool; the other is a complete horse facility that includes eight stalls (and could house your winning thoroughbreds).
The property also includes four separate staff quarters and two private guest houses, all designed and constructed by Los Angeles–based firm Marmol Radziner, another award-winner.
To top it all off, the property comes with its own Old West movie set, originally built for 1985 film Silverado. In recent years, it has been used as the filming location for the 3:10 to Yuma reboot and superhero movie Thor. Film your own spaghetti western—or rent it to another producer. Your choice.
To find out more about the ranch, contact Kevin Bobolsky here. Take a short visual tour of the ranch below. At the bottom, watch a short video about the property.