The Ford World Champion Equestrian Ranch is located at 3910 E Russell Road in Las Vegas, NV and is situated on 11 gated acres. It features a Tudor style mansion, numerous other buildings and equestrian facilities. The owner and designer is Tom Ford. Ford is the owner of Ford Contracting, the construction firm that built the facades of renowned properties in the city including The Luxor, the Venetian, Caesar’s Palace and many more world-famous resorts, casinos and hotels. It was previously listed at $11.2 million back in 2010 and is now being offered at $4.999 million, less than half the original asking price!

The Tudor style main house features 12,147 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 5 gas fireplaces and more. There is also a resort-style swimming pool with rock grotto and waterfalls.

There are also 3 additional homes on the property; a guest house, trainer house and a staff house. These plus the main house total more than 20,000 square feet when combined with 15 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and garages for 11 cars and one recreational vehicle. The homes are sold completely furnished.

The amazing grounds feature 3 barns, 12 pastures, 19 indoor/outdoor stalls, one wash bay, five pens, a breeding facility, seven wells, koi pond, vegetable and herb gardens and a 1/2 mile exercise lane.

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  • Daniel

    These Willy Wonka esque photos really infuriate me. I cannot understand the allure of making something look like it was washing in Clorox and then dusted with powdered sugar. Home truly does nothing for me.




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    • mak

      haha! Great comment!




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  • Chris

    Nothing special at all.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The main home is McMansion at its best.

    I don’t think 11 acres can be considered anything NEAR a “ranch”, no matter how many horses you have.




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  • DR.VEGAS

    There’s a reason this turd has been through some severe price chops. It won’t sell @ 4.9m either.It might be a 1m tear down.




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  • rob

    When I think of equestrian I think of old money plantations or farms. This is garish and tacky. But las Vegas and class are rarely used in the same sentence.




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  • Judy

    Well, I might be a bumpkin, but I like what I see. Doesn’t look garish to me. But then I probably don’t belong to high society like you folks who have commented surely do. God bless




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  • judy elsey

    I think this is an absolutely beautiful estate, with immense potential. What a blessing it will be to whomever is fortunate enough to buy it. Having all the homes furnished is a huge plus, in my opinion. It’s difficult for me to understand how anyone could speak so negatively about this property, unless, perhaps they are envious. Blessings to whomever becomes the new owner!




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