StyleTom Ford’s $75 Million Ranch Is as Ridiculous and Perfect as You Think
Two guest houses, stables, and a film set that looks like a small town.
Some rich guys have mansions. Other rich guys have architecturally important compounds in the middle of the picturesque New Mexico desert.
That figure would be pretty steep if all you were getting were a house—but this property is more than just a house. In addition to a main dwelling designed by world-renowned architect Tadao Ando, the compound also includes stables that can support eight horses, two riding rings (one indoor and one outdoor, naturally), a reflecting pool, a tennis court, two guest houses, accommodation for both staff and ranch hands, and a home and separate office building for a ranch manager. There's an air strip and a hangar for you to land and store your private plane. If that's not extravagant enough, there's also a film set included. Silverado Movie Town, where scenes for Silverado, Wild Wild West, and All the Pretty Horses—among other Westerns—were filmed sits on the 20,000-acre estate, too.
Which means that while the whole kit and caboodle will cost a potential buyer lots of money, it's got its own revenue stream literally built right in.
A look at the impressive property below.