If last week’s eclectic compound in the hills of Altadena was enticing, today brings an equally quirky (and slightly cheaper) compound in Temecula.
Located in the equestrian community of Oak Ridge Ranches on a parcel of nearly 20 acres, the property has the potential makings of a nice yoga retreat, artist colony, wedding site, or—who knows?—maybe even a utopian commune.
At the highest point of the property sits the main structure, a geodesic dome built in 1983 and recently remodeled in a rustic-chic style that leans rather heavily on wood and/or wood laminates.
Measuring 2,348 square feet, it’s got three bedrooms, two baths, a wood-burning fireplace, modern stainless appliances, and a wrap-around porch for enjoying 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains, meadows, and mature oaks.
Elsewhere on the rambling grounds, you’ll find three Old West-style cedar cabins of varying size with indoor and outdoor kitchens, a tiny chapel, a pair of tipis, a medicine wheel, a labyrinth, and other assorted amenities, including a “cowboy pool” with filtration system, an infrared sauna, two gazebos, and multiple outdoor fireplaces.
Asking price for the dome home, located at 39220 Colt Road, is $1.295 million, plus monthly HOA dues of $64. Bradley Feldman and Jacqueline Pearce at Douglas Elliman share the listing.