It's not every day where you see a domed house for sale, but this special dwelling in the town of Centennial, Colorado was just put on the market for $935,000. The groovy-looking structure was designed by aeronautical engineer Chris Barnes in the 1980s as an intentional showplace for modern design and energy efficiency, according to the listing the home.
The 23-foot-high ceilings give the 4,500-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bathroom home an extremely spacious feeling and invite you in as soon as you open the front door. You immediately enter into the great room, and are greeted by a spiral staircase and an indoor saltwater pool right smack dab in the middle of the living room.
Light bursts through the main area of the home through windows and an overhead oculus light. Past the entryway is the remodeled kitchen that pops in colors of white, black, and green.
The spacious and futuristically designed bedrooms on the second floor each have their own window seat, so you can soak up the sun rays whenever you please.
The quirky dining room is surrounded by built-in bookshelves and an impressive wine rack—two things I know I'd need in my dream home. If you're not ready to take a dip in the indoor pool, the backyard patio is just as relaxing—and the bustling city of Denver is just a 25-minute drive away.
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