To the east the view is dominated by the Sandia Mts. The crest is 15 miles away as the crow flies. To the west are the volcanoes. It's a gradual rise to them, but they effectively limit my view to only 6 miles. If I could get a little higher the view would probably extend to Mt Taylor which is 51 miles away. To the south I just catch the top of Ladron Peak which is 56 miles away. The Manzano Mts are a southern extension of the Sandias. I can easily make out Manzano Peak which is the highest point in the chain some 42 miles away. To the northeast I can easily see the Sangre de Cristo Mts on the outskirts of Santa Fe. It's a little difficult to pick out a specific peak since I don't know the geography well enough, but it's safe to say that they are about 68 miles away. The other mountain chain to the north are the Jemez. Once again I can't pick out a specific peak, but the high point is 49 miles to the north.
So I think it's safe to say that I have some pretty awesome views right in back of my house. Hopefully the development up there doesn't totally wreck it. Being able to see "forever" certainly makes it a great place to live.