A million dollars doesn't go very far in ski country these days, especially when billionaires like Bill Koch keep raising the price on their $100 million compounds. But this architectural wonder in Taos, New Mexico, asks a reasonable $1.25 million for its well-sized 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. The "Sage House" was built by Albuquerque-based architect Antoine Predock—whom July 2010 issue of Architectural Digest described as "the contemporary equivalent of [Albert] Bierstadt" conceiving "buildings of, by and for the landscape"—in 2008 to take full advantage of unobstructed panoramic views. And whether you're in the open-concept kitchen area or the generously-sized master bedroom, the 3,800-square-foot Sage House is all about the vistas. Broker Numi Hirsch told Realtor.com that the house is aggressively priced to sell and listed for less than what it cost to build.