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Eagle Rock compound with geodesic dome seeks $1.7M

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The half-acre property has a lot going on

If you lived here, you’d be dome right now.
Photos by Todd Goodman, courtesy of Compass

Atop a half-acre property in Eagle Rock, find this very cool compound that includes a two-story house and a fun, midcentury-inspired geodesic dome.

The three-bedroom main house at 1371 North Avenue 46, built in the 1920s as a humble one-story, now measures 2,000 square feet. It holds a newly remodeled kitchen, three bathrooms, and a bonus room with a private entrance. Features include Quartz counters, fancy cabinets, hardwood floors, and a custom, built-in record crate.

The dome, which sits toward the top of lot, was built in the early 1980s. Featuring burl wood and fun, pentagonal windows, the design of the dome and its location on the property “allow for sunlight to trickle through at all hours of the day,” the listing notes. Two fountains, three decks, a mini waterfall, and a “circular meditation deck” surround it.

The compound is listed for $1.69 million with Megan Wilson and Brad Holmes of the Brad Holmes Group at Compass.

Under the dome: The geodesic dome has beautiful gleaming wood floors, fun windows, and its own circular meditation deck.
Hexagonal windows keep the space sunlit.
The renovated main house has hardwood floors and great natural light.
The kitchen features quartz counter tops and fancy cabinets.
The main house holds three bedrooms.