Mar 8, 2024 - Real Estate

Custom geodesic dome home in Minneapolis lists for $599,900

The exterior of a dome-shaped house at night.

Photo: Mill City Team courtesy of Jodi Leigh Garber with Keller Williams Integrity Realty

This custom-built, multi-story dome home just hit the market in South Minneapolis.

Why we love it: The geodesic structure's skylights and oversized windows bring in an abundance of natural light and show off the unique, spacious layout — including the third-floor loft accessible by a ladder in the heart of the home.

Plus: With fewer flat walls and a round shape, dome homes can weather severe winds and heavier snowfall while using less heating and cooling energy than a conventional house, Axios' Sami Sparber writes.

Layout: The 3,166-square-foot house has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and that additional loft, plus an attached three-car garage.

Interior features: Open floor plan, skylights, new carpet, high-end appliances like a Thermador convection oven, breakfast nook, screened-in balcony, finished basement.

Exterior features: Fenced backyard with low maintenance, drought-resistant plants, back deck, and storage shed.

Take a look around...

The interior of a dome-shaped house with beige walls and green furniture.
A photo of the living room of a dome shaped house.
A kitchen with red cabinets and wood walls in a dome-shaped house.
A bedroom with wood walls and a large window.
A bathroom with wood walls and tile floor.
The upper floor of a dome shaped house with triangle skylights.
The upper floor of a dome shaped house with triangle skylights. A desk and chair are in the middle of the room.
A loft in a house with a dome-shaped ceiling.
A bedroom with a geometric-shaped door.
A bathroom with wood walls and a green tub.
A basement with white walls, blue and white furniture and a small window.
The exterior of a dome-shaped home during daylight hours.

All photos by Mill City Team courtesy of Jodi Leigh Garber with Keller Williams Integrity Realty.

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