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This week: Homes of the Old West

1. Jackson, Wyo. The 160-acre Darwin Ranch is located within the Bridger-Teton National Forest in a natural basin surrounded by three 10,000-foot ridges. Teddy Roosevelt granted the ranch to its original owner by presidential decree. The property features a main lodge and seven cabins, the earliest from 1915. $8,500,000. Jim Taylor, Hall and Hall, (406) 656-7500

2. Santa Cruz, Calif. This 1880 Victorian was built by a gold-rush businessman who later became Santa Cruz’s mayor. In its gable-windowed attic is a dance studio he built for his daughter, helping to turn the house into a social hub. The home has five bedrooms and now features an 800-square-foot solarium. $1,795,000. Sloane Devoto, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (831) 332-2427

3. Santa Fe This pueblo-style residence, formerly a bed-and-breakfast, is built around a center core of rooms that date to the mid-19th century. In the mid-20th century, the home was visited by such famous guests as D.H. Lawrence, Ansel Adams, Rita Hayworth, and Martha Graham. Located within walking distance of downtown Santa Fe, the house sits on a one-acre property among terraced gardens and ponderosa pines. $2,750,000. Cristina Branco, Sotheby’s International Realty, (505) 920-7551

4. Santa Fe This ranch, established in 1695, straddles the Santa Fe River for nearly a mile. The property includes a two-bedroom house, a caretaker’s residence, and three windmills. $4,600,000. Ray Rush and John Rigatti, Sotheby’s International Realty, (505) 988-8088

5. Nederland, Colo. This historic ranch, located 12 miles from Boulder, stretches across 175 acres of Rocky Mountain meadows and forest. The property includes the original homestead cabin, log barn, and blacksmith shop, as well as a second house, which has been newly renovated. The land has several year-round springs, and its large hay meadow produces more than 1,100 bales of hay annually. $2,995,000. Scott Franklund, Legendary Properties/Coldwell Banker, (303) 818-8588

Steal of the week6. Heber City, Utah Built in 1883, this two-bedroom brick house sits on a half-acre corner property in a town surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains, also known as the Alps of Utah. The home’s interior features reclaimed hardwood floors and plank ceilings. $295,000. Paul Benson, Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, (435) 640-7441

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