There’s nothing like a good Western film to make you want to grab your cowboy boots and move to the desert. Fortunately, unlike fictional ghost towns with tumbleweed rolling by, Southwestern homes are full of life with Spanish and Pueblo influences giving rise to a variety of architectural styles — from traditional adobe constructions to homes with colonial flair. Here’s a look at a few of our favorites currently on the market.
2376 E Placita De La Victoria, Tucson, AZ
For sale: $1.55 million
Adjacent to Pima Canyon, this Tucson home is a contemporary take on classic adobe design. Inside, 4 masonry fireplaces, custom-milled doors and wood-beamed ceilings create a canvas for Southwestern-style rugs and other native design elements.
Santa Fe, NM
558 Camino Del Monte Sol, Santa Fe, NM
For sale: $1.2 million
Frank Applegate, a famed Santa Fe architect and sculptor who founded the Spanish Colonial Arts Society, built this 4-bedroom house in 1921 when Camino del Monte Sol was just a dirt road. Today, Applegate is considered one of the masters of Pueblo revival or Santa Fe style. A great room was added by architect William Lumpkins around 1978, but several original architectural details remain.
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