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.
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.
The compound includes adjoining stables, as well as both indoor and outdoor riding areas.
At 20,662 acres, the property is 45% larger than Manhattan.
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:
- Tom Ford Lists Massive New Mexico Ranch for a Reported $75 Million | Mansion Global