There seems to be an endless supply of to-die-for midcentury modern homes for sale across the country, but sometimes we have to remind ourselves that there are, in fact, other types of houses that are just as desirable.
If the desert lifestyle calls out to you, look no further than these two cuties located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The first is a traditional adobe home built in 1923 with Craftsman style interiors and 18-inch walls. Measuring 1,879 square feet, it features three bedrooms, one bath, and plenty of charm like well-preserved woodwork, airy interiors, fireplace, window nooks, and a congenial floor plan. Business Commercial District (BCD) zoning permits are included with the property, which could be used as a short-term rental, offices, retail, studio, or gallery space. Located at 429 Sandoval Street, it’s available for $535,000.
The next home is a lovely one-bedroom condominium unit that once belonged to painter painter Agnes Sims. Measuring 1,646 square feet, the masonry-constructed abode features an airy and spacious great room with high ceilings and vigas, large hearth, and brick floors. From there, the cozy residence flows into a kitchen and dining area replete with fireplace and French doors that open to the outside. The expansive bedroom also has its own fireplace and a sweet little reading nook. Nab 606B Canyon Road for $787,000.