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Whimsical geodesic dome in Topanga asks $1.3M

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It’s part of a bohemian compound that includes an artist’s studio

Living room
The dome is one of four structures on the tree-filled lot.
Photos courtesy Snyder Sutton Real Estate

Seeking a lair from which to enjoy a chic, bohemian lifestyle? Look no farther than this singular geodesic dome, which sits on roughly one-third of an acre in the hills of Topanga.

Built in 1974, the home boasts 2,100 square feet of living space, illuminated by wide panels of triangular windows. The house has wood floors and planked ceilings that rise to the dome’s full height in the cavernous living room, which is arranged around a freestanding fireplace that looks like something left over from a Victorian factory.

The vintage aesthetic extends into the kitchen, where an antique stove sits beside a long countertop and custom wooden cabinetry. Per the listing, the residence has been made available in the past for rustic photoshoots.

The home has three bedrooms, a full bathroom, and two half bathrooms. Occupying the same lot are a guest house, and artist’s studio, and a workshop with a “secret room.”

The tree-filled grounds around the compound feature pathways, gardens, and a bit of deck space around the dome.

Asking price is $1.29 million.

Exterior of dome
Overhead view of living room