A Geodesic Getaway in Northern California Asks $475K

A Geodesic Getaway in Northern California Asks $475K

This one-of-a-kind "Dome Home" features impressive woodwork and a groovy, geodesic design.

Located in Guerneville, in the heart of Sonoma County, California's Russian River Valley, this one-bed, one-bath, geodesic escape is now on the market for $475,000.

The property features not only the geodesic dome home, but also a large yard and two additional structures.

Built in 1980, the home recently underwent a renovation and features an updated kitchen and refinished woodwork throughout. Highlights of the home include a handmade spiral staircase, triangular window, hexagonal wood paneling, a wood-burning stove, custom tile work in the shower, and an upstairs office space overlooking the living room.

The property also features a large yard with a separate building for laundry, and another structure that could be used as an artist studio or a petite guest house. 

The open space is bright and airy, yet has the feel of a private retreat in the forest. 

The wood-burning stove keeps the home warm on cool nights. 

Triangular windows let plenty of light in. 

The kitchen has been recently updated. 

Hexagonal wood paneling makes for a lively interior.

The handmade spiral staircase 

A view of the geodesic dome from the top

An office space is off the bedroom

Watch the stars through triangular windows in the domed bedroom. 

The custom tile work in the shower

The deck looks out over a forested section of land. 

12090 Highway 116 is now on the market for $475,000. Find the full listing here.

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