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Tom Ford’s $75 Million New Mexico Ranch Is Just as Stunning as You’d Imagine

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The designer’s estate includes an airstrip and an old-time Western town — and now it can all be yours
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
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Designed by world-renowned architect Tadao Ando, the 20,000-square-foot Cerro Pelon Ranch is a modernist masterpiece set among the wide open spaces of New Mexico’s Galisteo Basin. Owned by fashion designer and film director Tom Ford, the home recently hit the market for $75 million — a price that for any other house would be a bit steep, but makes sense given the fact that Cerro Pelon includes stables, a tennis court, reflecting pools and two guest houses in addition to the sleek main house. Rounding it all out is a hangar and airstrip for your private plane, and an actual working movie set. Silverado Movie Town has been featured in various westerns, like Silverado, Lonesome Dove and 3:10 to Yuma, among others.

Take a look at the property below.

Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
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Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
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Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
Image courtesy of KevinBobolskyGroup.com.
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
Image courtesy of KevinBobolskyGroup.com.
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
Image courtesy of KevinBobolskyGroup.com.
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
Image courtesy of KevinBobolskyGroup.com.
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
Image courtesy of KevinBobolskyGroup.com.
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
Image courtesy of KevinBobolskyGroup.com.
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
Image courtesy of KevinBobolskyGroup.com.
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
Image courtesy of KevinBobolskyGroup.com.
Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch
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