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Rockies 2018

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80 The LandReport | R O C K I E S 2 0 1 8 LANDREPORT.COM 5 Consisting of 16,208 deeded acres and 4,454 leased acres in Santa Fe County's Galisteo Basin, this landmark holding exudes history. Native American artifacts such as petroglyphs, pottery shards, and pueblo ruins are interspersed with mining relics from the gold, malachite, and turquoise plays in the nearby Cerrillos Hills. More recently, the current owner commissioned Tadao Ando to design and site two private compounds on Cerro Pelon. The first, including the main residence, was built by the design-build firm of Marmol Radziner. The firm also designed and constructed a separate ranch manager's headquarters that blends with Ando's designs. Complete architectural plans and scale models for Ando's second residential compound are also in hand. It will be sited on the highest point of the ranch. In addition to staff housing, Cerro Pelon has a complete Western town that has been used for scores of movies, TV shows, and photo shoots. Among the productions filmed on the property are Silverado (1985), Lonesome Dove (1989), Wild Wild West (1999), All the Pretty Horses (2000), 3:10 to Yuma (2007), and Cowboys & Aliens (2011). CERRO PELON RANCH $65 million Santa Fe County, New Mexico Listed by Kevin Bobolsky Group 5

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