Owned by famous fashion designer Tom Ford, the stunning Cerro Pelon Ranch has been put on the market for a hefty $75 million.

Located in the Galiesteo Basin, the sprawling estate was designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando and covers 20,662 acres of land that features natural landmarks like the Galiesteo Wave Mountain. Besides its tremendous size and natural landmarks, the property is also famous in its own right. The ranch houses Silverado Movie Town, an Old West movie set built for the 1985 film Silverado. The ranch has still seen usage through modern times, being used in films such as Cowboys and Aliens and 3:10 to Yuma.

Additionally, the property features an eight-stall horse barn complete with indoor and outdoor riding tracks, staff quarters, guest houses, and even a residence designed by Ando himself. 

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