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This week: Homes with studios

1. Cerrillos, N.M. This 13-acre, artist-designed compound features a solar-powered adobe home, a guesthouse, and an 800-square-foot art studio. Built along the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway, the property’s 8,000-gallon rain-catchment system waters the gardens’ native plantings. $1,095,000. Cynthia Sheff, Santa Fe Properties/Christie’s Great Estates, (505) 470-6114

2. Narragansett, R.I. Built in 1904, this three-bedroom carriage house overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. Currently employed by a nationally recognized furniture maker, the studio is used to create chairs, sideboards, and even piano cases for Steinway. $3,650,000. Claudia Philbrick, Residential Properties Ltd., (401) 457-1713

3. Crystal Bay, Nev. Located on the shores of Lake Tahoe, this four-bedroom home features glass ceilings and walls. The art studio is separate from the house and accessible by elevator. It features its own kitchen and full bath. $9,750,000. Pier Warmuth, Chase International, (775) 815-5623

4. East Hampton, N.Y. This four-bedroom home near the East Hampton Main Beach features exposed-wood beams, a two-story stone fireplace, and barn-style doors. The art studio is detached from the main house. $3,195,000. Bryan Midlam, Corcoran Group Real Estate, (631) 907-1470

5. Boulder, Colo. Surrounded by old-growth trees and wild­flowers, this four-bedroom home offers panoramic views of Pine Brook Lake. Glass, stone, wood, and other natural materials are used throughout. The art studio features built-in shelving and a large skylight. $5,600,000. Greg Hunter, Morris & Fyrwald/Sotheby’s International Realty, (970) 379-1298

6. Coatesville, Pa. The Gaffney House won the 1981 American Institute of Architects National Honor Award for a single-family home. Besides the 2,000-square-foot main house, the 10-acre property features a 19th-century farmhouse with an art studio and office addition. $699,000. Susan Ravenscroft, Kurfiss/Sotheby’s International Realty, (215) 794-3227

Steal of the week7. Dallas Built in 1955, this three-bedroom ranch features hardwood floors and crown moldings. The home includes a soundproof music room, as well as a workspace. The two-car garage includes a master workshop. $400,000. Scott Jackson, Ellen Terry, (972) 733-8789

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