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6 newly constructed homes in the desert

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Palm Springs, California. Architect Tim Sullivan and Thomas Troy Walsh of Homelab designed this three-bedroom minimalist home. The house has a contemporary kitchen and features wood floors, high wood ceilings, and glass walls along the entire back, facing the pool.

The 0.3-acre property, surrounded by hedges, includes a glass fire pit and a fountain as well as the pool and spa. $1,595,000. Todd Monaghan, HK Lane/Christie’s International Real Estate, (760) 834-7500.

Tucson, Arizona. Set on a 2.1-acre lot with city and mountain views, this four-bedroom Spanish Colonial–style home was just completed. The house has a large front courtyard, a great room, and a chef’s kitchen; details include polished concrete floors, herringbone brick fireplaces, and custom tile work.

The property features a pool, a covered patio, an outdoor fireplace, and a one-bedroom casita. $1,795,000. Bryan Durkin, Russ Lyon/Sotheby’s International Realty, (520) 240-3491.

Las Vegas. Built in 2016, this five-bedroom home looks out on Red Rock Conservation Area. The house has an elevator; a theater; a 900-bottle wine cellar; and a first-floor master suite with a fireplace, an outside shower, and a floating tub.

Outdoor amenities include an alfresco kitchen with pizza oven and barbecue, a pool and spa, and an upper-level viewing deck. $3,450,000. Ken Lowman, Luxury Homes of Las Vegas, (702) 216-4663.

Santa Fe, New Mexico. Ten minutes from downtown, this new three-bedroom house is part of the Casas de San Juan community. An open floor plan creates large living and entertainment areas; high ceilings, natural light, and views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains add to the space.

Outside are a deck, gardens, patios, and terraces. $1,399,000. Marilyn Foss, Sotheby’s International Realty, (505) 231-2500.

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Scottsdale, Arizona. This three-bedroom home was custom-built to integrate indoor and outdoor living. House details include polished concrete floors; the great room has 16-foot ceilings, an exposed brick wall, and 48 feet of sliding glass opening to a covered patio.

The property features a pool, a dining arbor, and a one-bedroom casita with kitchen. $2,095,000. Walt Danley, Walt Danley/ Christie’s International Real Estate, (480) 991-2050.

Palm Springs, California. Located in the Palm Canyon Club, a prefab community, this two-bedroom tiny home has a modern kitchen, clerestory windows, and 9-foot ceilings.

Residents enjoy access to community amenities, including a clubhouse, gym, outdoor barbecues, and a pool with spa. $164,000. Christopher Bale, The Paul Kaplan Group, (323) 632-1701.

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