Tom Ford’s ranch in the desert outside Santa Fe, New Mexico is now on sale for a whopping $75 million. A promotional movie has been released to entice potential buyers for breath-taking ranch owned by fashion designer and film director.
Called Cerro Pelon Ranch, the property has been designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando. The main residence and horse facility compound was built with superior construction and overseen by internationally recognized architect and design-build firm, Marmol Radziner.
The stunning main residence floats on a reflecting pool and is adjoined by a state of the art horse barn with 8 stalls. The circular spaces of the indoor and outdoor riding arenas perfectly compliment this architectural masterpiece.
Four separate staff quarters and two private guest houses, designed and built by Marmol Radziner, are also included in the compound.
There are full architectural plans, and scale models, for yet another sensational residential compound, designed by Tadao Ando. Sited to be built on the highest point of the ranch.
Marmol Radziner also designed and built the separate ranch manager’s headquarters to seamlessly blend with Ando’s designs. It includes a sophisticated home, a professional detached office building, and ample horse facilities.
There are additional structures on the ranch for housing ranch hands and other staff. Multiple warehouses have been constructed to organize and house ranch equipment. There is also an air strip and hanger on the property.
The property also has a fictional town called Silverado that is used for filming Western movies. Films including Silverado, Wild Wild West, and All the Pretty Horses shot scenes at the ranch.