Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch is Bigger Than Manhattan

Tom Ford's New Mexico Ranch is Bigger Than Manhattan

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Tara Bellucci
Aug 12, 2016
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You'd expect fashion designer and film director Tom Ford to have a home as sleek as his designs. His expansive New Mexico ranch is just that— and also happens to live up to the state's nickname— it's utterly enchanting.

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Designed by architect Tadao Ando, Cerro Pelon Ranch graces the cover of his Complete Works 1975-2012. The main compound, built out of concrete above a reflecting pool, features Ando's signature use of natural light.

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The compound includes adjoining stables, as well as both indoor and outdoor riding areas.

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At 20,662 acres, the property is 45% larger than Manhattan.

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Outside of its owner, the ranch has its own fame. There's an Old West movie town on the property that's been a location for films such as Lonesome Dove, Silverado, Wild Wild West, and even Thor: The Dark World.

Cerro Pelon is reportedly listed for $75 million. Check out more photos:

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