If you’re looking to invest $75 million, why not buy a stunning ranch in New Mexico? You’ve heard it, Tom Ford recently put his almost 21,000 acres property on the market. The property includes a modern minimalistic home, an eight-stall horse barn, riding areas both for indoors and outdoors, two guest houses, staff quarters and an entire western movie town.
The amazing thing about this “wild west” ghost town is that it was first built in 1985 for the movie Silverado, but was later used in other movies like Lonesome Dove, All the Pretty Horses, Cowboys and Aliens, Wild, Wild West, 3:10 to Yuma, The Missing, and Thor. All structures in the town are usable.
The Cerro Pelon Ranch itself is an architectural masterpiece designed by Tadao Ando, a Japanese self-taught architect that is the only one to win the four most prestigious prizes in architecture. He envisioned the main modern residence to be adjoined by a horse barn, featuring circular spaces and surrounded by a large pool.
Together with the ranch, the lucky buyer will get all architectural plans and an additional one for a compound designed to be built on the highest point on the ranch. Also on the property are multiple storage facilities created for all the ranch and horse equipment.
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