Tom Ford’s Santa Fe Estate Hits The Market

A home designed by Tadao Ando, belonging to one of those most iconic designers of the decade, is officially up for grabs. Tom Ford’s Cerro Pelon Ranch in the Galiesto Basin near Santa Fe will hit the market at a reported $75 million, according to Town & Country magazine. The house, which sits on 20,662 acres of land (which, to put it in perspective, Mansion Global reports is 45 percent larger than the island of Manhattan), boasts its own landing strip, tennis courts, a reflecting pool, an eight-stall horse barn, four staff quarters, two private guesthouses, and both indoor and outdoor riding areas.

A video of the sprawling, gorgeous estate put together by the Kevin Bobolsky Group (who has the listing and is selling the property) outlines the grandeur of the location. The Cerro Pelon Ranch has also historically been the home of a fake town used to make several films. The property includes Silverado Movie Town, the Old West whistlestop, which was built as a set for the film Silverado in 1985. Since then the faux town has also been featured in All the Pretty Horses, Thor, and the movie Wild, Wild West, among others.

The main house, designed by the renowned Tadao Ando, features floor-to-ceiling windows, modern design elements, stunning clean lines, ample amounts of concrete, and a architectural design that highlights Ando’s splendid, unique design aesthetic.

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