1. Dos Griegos This three-bedroom adobe house is located on a wooded lot 10 miles outside the city. The open-floor-plan home features radiant floor heating, high ceilings with vigas, and wood doors. A covered portal has a kiva fireplace and a built-in gas barbecue, and is wired for outdoor media. $549,900. Leslie Gallatin-Giorgetti, Santa Fe Properties, (505) 984-7344

2. Las Campanas Located on a 14-acre lot, this four-bedroom house has views of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains. The home has four fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, wood-beamed ceilings, and a roof deck. Property details include a covered porch, a guesthouse, and a pool with a waterfall. $4,700,000. Johnnie Gillespie, Sotheby’s International Real Estate, (505) 690-1909

3. Southeast Set on a 10.7-acre lot close to the Santa Fe National Forest, this five-bedroom home has views of the Ortiz Mountains. Interior features include tile and wood floors, a chef’s kitchen, vigas, and three fireplaces. The property includes a heated workshop, a flagstone patio, mature landscaping, and fruit trees. $1,750,000. Sabine Andraud, Coldwell Banker Trails West Realty Ltd., (505) 690-4857

4. Northeast Designed in 1928 by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Pottery House was not built until 1984. The home, the only adobe structure designed by Wright, features four bedrooms, curved plaster walls, seven fireplaces, and arched patio doors, and is set on nine acres. Exterior amenities include a pool, a guesthouse, and gardens. $4,750,000. David Fries, Sotheby’s International Real Estate, (505) 310-3919

5. Old Ranch Road This contemporary-style house is located on 3.3 acres just south of the city. The three-bedroom, open-floor-plan home features floor-to-ceiling windows, a master suite with a sitting room and fireplace, and a guest wing with a separate entrance. A walled courtyard includes an in-ground spa and a native-plant garden. $995,000. Dianne Eschman, Santa Fe Properties, (505) 955-1087

6. Southwest Set at the base of the Ortiz Mountains, this 175-acre ranch features a 13,395-square-foot residence, a four-bedroom guesthouse, and equestrian facilities. Details of the main house include a barrel-shaped ceiling in the kitchen, a chapel, a roof deck, and a courtyard with a cantina. $9,990,000. Ray Rush and Tim Van Camp, Sotheby’s International Real Estate, (505) 577-5117

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Historic Eastside Located downtown, a block from Monsignor Patrick Smith Park, this one-bedroom adobe casita sits on a quiet lane. Interior features include flagstone floors, viga ceilings, a kiva fireplace, and French doors. The property includes a small walled garden area. $350,000. Marsha Adams, Coldwell Banker Legacy, (505) 261-6469