Tom Ford has a knack not only for designing beautiful clothes and films, but also, apparently, for choosing extraordinary real estate.
Cerro Pelon Ranch, Ford's property in the Galiesto Basin near Santa Fe, has reportedly hit the market for $75 million, according to . Covering 20,662 acres, the ranch has its own landing strip, eight-stall horse barn, indoor and outdoor riding arenas, staff quarters, guest houses, and—most incredible of all—a primary residence designed by leading architect Japanese Tadao Ando (known especially for the in Osaka). It also includes Silverado Movie Town, which was built as a set for the 1985 film Silverado, and has been used since in All the Pretty Horses, Wild, Wild West, and Thor.
Kevin Bobolsky, who would not confirm the price or seller's identity to other outlets, has the . Scroll down to see more photos of this stunning property.