If you’ve ever fantasized about living in a geodesic dome house, then this eye-catching Connecticut property may be of interest. Built in 2003 for a circus performer who wanted high ceilings so he could practice juggling, the double-dome home features a unique blend of eclectic decor and updated appliances, thanks to a recent top-down renovation from the current owners.
As part of the remodel, the home’s exterior now sports a sleek layer of charred cedar siding, which pops against the wooden wraparound deck. Inside, an open floor plan unites more than 2,000 square feet of living space, which includes a spacious kitchen and a lofted lounge.
Geometric skylights usher in ample natural light through the double-height ceilings, while the refinished pine floors complement the home’s interior cedar siding and trim. The fully renovated kitchen includes custom wood cabinetry, new stainless-steel appliances, and a farmhouse sink, as well as blue calcite countertops. (The stone is thought to have powerful properties that encourage rest and relaxation.) Just a few steps away, a suspended Malm fireplace makes a bold statement in the main living area.
In total, the dwelling features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, all of which were remodeled. Large glass doors open the interior spaces to the expansive deck, which frames sweeping views of the neighboring farmland. The grounds include a plethora of native foliage, in addition to several raised garden beds. There is also a gravel fire pit area that allows for easy outdoor gathering. Keep scrolling to see more of the geodesic dome house, which is currently listed for $599,000.
197 Kent Road South in Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut, is currently listed for $599,000 by Rick Distel of Compass.
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