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This week: Homes for sculpture collectors

1. Tucson This concrete-and-glass three-bedroom home is located on the sixth fairway of the Tucson Country Club. Modernist sculptures are located at the entrance as well as on the back patio. The property also has a guesthouse with a private entrance. $1,595,000. Anne Ferro, Long Realty Co., (520) 918-5438

2. Mount Vernon, Wash. This four-bedroom, multilevel house was designed by the sculptor Joseph Kinnebrew. Its 10-acre grounds include waterfalls, various large Kinnebrew sculptures, and multiple ponds. A bridge across one pond leads to a 2,000-square-foot guesthouse that has bed-and-breakfast permits. $1,200,000. Chris Farkas, Keller Williams Realty, (360) 738-7070

3. Newport, R.I. The expansive lawn of this six-bedroom house features a sculpture garden and a reflecting pool. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the dining and living rooms look out upon the curated grounds. $2,465,000. Christina West, Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty, (401) 848-6716

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4. Chamisal, N.M. Bordering Carson National Forest, this three-acre property features a two-bedroom home with gallery space, two geodesic domes, and a bronze-casting foundry. The sculpture garden includes a long chain of freestanding bikes and a sculptural fountain. $189,000. Pete French, Coldwell Banker Lota Realty, (575) 758-7890

5. Colorado Springs A sculpture garden enlivens one entrance to a steel-frame contemporary house designed by Walter S. White, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright’s. The four-bedroom residence is shaped like an arch, and its floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of Pikes Peak. $1,370,000. Mike MacGuire, The Platinum Group, (719) 660-6793

6. Santa Rosa, Calif. Located on a 57-acre property atop a ridgeline in the Mayacamas Mountains, this five-bedroom French manor–style home is surrounded by formal gardens that include fountains and classical sculptures. Views from the house and its gardens span from Mount St. Helena and Napa Valley to Sonoma’s Russian River Valley. $6,950,000. Sheri Morgensen and Jessica Wynne, Sotheby’s International Realty, (415) 901-1700

7. Santa Fe This two-bedroom Moroccan-style house sits on a five-acre lot surrounded by fruit trees and a sculpture garden. The interior features Moorish-style doorways, tile floors, and hand-painted beams. $997,000. Vivian Nelson, Santa Fe Properties/Christie’s International Real Estate, (505) 955-1081

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