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6 captivating homes in Santa Fe

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Tesuque

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Tucked into a wooded cul-de-sac, this four-bedroom Pueblo Revival is close to dining, shopping, the Shidoni sculpture garden, and the Santa Fe Opera. The renovated 1993 house has diamond-finish plaster walls; kiva fireplaces; viga and latilla ceilings; built-ins and wall niches; granite, stone, and tile bathrooms; custom kitchen; and doors to the landscaped grounds from all bedrooms.

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Outside are a waterfall, stream, ponds, patios, and gardens surrounded by aspens, cottonwoods, pines, and fruit trees. $2,776,000. Deborah Bodelson, Santa Fe Properties/Luxury Portfolio International, (505) 660-4442.

Canada Ancha

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From a hilltop in a community near downtown, this four-bedroom house looks out on the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The 1991 Spanish Colonial features hand-troweled adobe stucco exterior walls, carved doors, six fireplaces, Mexican tiles, and viga, latilla, and cove ceilings; a lofty great room with oculus windows; an eat-in kitchen with walk-in pantry; and a covered patio with tiled ceiling.

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The 1.6-acre property includes landscaped terraces, lawns, and a guest casita; hiking and skiing are minutes away. $3,750,000. Ginny Cerrella, Santa Fe Properties/Luxury Portfolio International, (505) 660-8064.

Historic Eastside

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This three-bedroom home is a short drive from trailheads, an Audubon sanctuary, and seven museums, including the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Built in 1973 by the daughter of folk painter Streeter Blair, the furnished adobe-and-timber frame house has viga ceilings, painted-brick interior walls, a chef's kitchen with shepherd's fireplace, a dining room with French doors to a flagstone patio, and an owner's suite with office.

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The walled lot is landscaped with gardens, lawns, and mature trees. $3,695,000. Gary Bobolsky, Sotheby's International Realty/Santa Fe–Main Downtown Brokerage, (505) 470-0927.

Las Campanas

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Laid out along the first and ninth holes of the Club at Las Campanas, this 1998 estate is walking distance to the clubhouse and a quick drive to tennis, horseback riding, and city amenities. The main house has five bedrooms, each with bath and fireplace; a double-height great room with oversize and clerestory windows and fireplace; a chef's kitchen; wine storage; and a sunset roof deck.

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The 4.3-acre landscaped property includes lawns, patios, two outdoor kitchens and fireplaces, and a two-bedroom guesthouse. $5,900,000. Keith Dowell, Engel & Völkers Taos, (575) 741-1155.

Bishop's Lodge Hills

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This airy four-bedroom home in the Sangre de Cristo foothills is near a national forest, hiking trails, and the Ten Thousand Waves spa. The 2019 Pueblo Revival features diamond-finish plaster walls, limestone and wood flooring, oversize windows and glass doors, skylit chef's kitchen, living room with kiva fireplace, owner's suite with spa bathroom, and panoramic views.

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On the 1.1-acre lot are a patio with fireplace, terraces, gardens, three seasonal landscaped courtyards, and a hot tub. $4,998,000. Lynn Zeck, Casas de Santa Fe, (505) 577-6382. 

Don Diego

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The Lofts at Marquez Place, a condominium development, is walking distance from shopping, restaurants, and the Santa Fe Farmer's Market, and a few minutes' drive from the state capitol, museums, and nature areas. This two-story, one-bedroom unit has skylights and wood-framed windows, an updated open kitchen, a dining area, a living room, wooden stairs to a loft with floor-to-ceiling built-ins for office, guest, or flex space, a tiled bathroom, and an owner's bedroom with clerestory windows and French doors to a private courtyard.

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Outside are leafy paths and simple Zen-style landscaping. $450,000. Neil Lyon, Sotheby's International Realty/Santa Fe–326 Grant Avenue Brokerage, (505) 660-8600.

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