Designer and film director Tom Ford has made a (very lucrative) career out of reinterpreting the world around him into something far more aesthetically pleasing. Whether it's men's suits, women's ready-to-wear, or his mid-century modernist-infused film A Single Man, Ford has an extremely keen eye when it comes to beauty. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that his tastes in real estate is pretty damn lust-worthy as well.
Ford recently put his 20,000-acre Santa Fe ranch on the market. It was designed by Tadao Ando (the Japanese architect most famous for Church of Light in Osaka), and judging by the photos, it's absolutely stunning.
Called the Cerro Pelon Ranch, the property includes the modernist masterpiece of a home, as well as an eight-stall horse barn, indoor and outdoor riding areas, a landing strip, and even an old time (fake) western town, which has been used in films like Lonesome Dove and All the Pretty Horses.
Add to that the breathtaking scenery of New Mexico's Galisteo Basin, where the property is located, and the $75 million price tag sounds about right. If you have the cash, surely it's a small price to pay to live in Tom Ford's version of the world.
Gaze upon it, and do your best not to let your brain explode in a fit of envy.
From: Esquire US.