With the goal of creating a structure analogous to nature's own designs, Mathmatician Buckminster Fuller saw the potential in all those triangles and created the Geodesic Dome Home. This geodesic home was built in 1979, by Don Routson. The home has had major renovations done within the past 2 years. Natural openings that occur within the construction of the dome allow for large openings and windows to the outside, letting light in throughout. As you enter the home you will be drawn to the soaring wood ceilings. The main level features a living room, den with gas fireplace, kitchen with tons of granite counter space, a walk in pantry and brand new appliances. There is a formal dining room off the kitchen which has access to a large deck. This home is ideal for entertaining. On this level there is also a half bath and GREENHOUSE. The master bedroom suite is on the second level and it features the beautiful wood ceiling, awesome master bathroom with granite counter and tile work, and a large walk-in closet. This is the only space on the 2nd level, so very nice and private. There are two large bedrooms in the lowest level, one with a walk in closet. There is a full renovated full bath and family room with wood burning fireplace. There is an over sized double attached garage with a 6x6 storage room. The lot has 10, 733 square feet and features native grasses, large boulders and mature trees.