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Outer Banks Art Deco Geodesic Dome Home

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Originally built in 1971, this art deco dome home recently underwent a major facelift, and the result is a bright and colorful art-deco dome home that sleeps 7!

Inside there’s a full kitchen (with dishwasher), two queen bedrooms downstairs, and then two loft bedrooms upstairs and a bathroom. It looks like a fun place to stay, and is only a 3 minute walk from the Outer Banks beaches.

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This 1,100 Sq. Ft. Geodesic Home Sleeps 7

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The dome is surrounded by beautiful landscaping and nature.

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The built-in breakfast nook is perfect.

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Counter/bar space with open storage.

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A staircase leads up to the second floor.

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In the kitchen there’s open shelving and a dishwasher.

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A huge u-shaped couch provides plenty of seating.

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Books & games provided for guests.

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Isn’t this wall art amazing?

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On this side of the loft you’ll find the bathroom and a single bed.

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Can we talk about the ceiling, though?

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There’s a queen bed over here.

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Everything looks lovely and neat.

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This is one of the downstairs bedrooms.

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Hat decor and a desk.

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Reading lights.

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And here’s the second bedroom downstairs.

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This one has a closet.

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The bathroom has some awesome skylights.

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Looks pretty roomy.

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Bench swing under the dome.

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The property is a lovely place to explore.

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Tons of fun details make this secluded, freshly renovated 1971 geodesic dome a true vacation paradise, while the amenities (fully equipped kitchen, laundry, A/C, and high-speed internet) will make you feel right at home!

Enjoy your coffee from the private wraparound deck, with the sounds of the sea and the breeze through the marsh grasses, or take a ten minute stroll across the dune to catch the sunrise over the Atlantic.

The space boasts an open floor plan that feels much roomier than its 1100 square feet. Two queen bedrooms downstairs and two semi-private sleeping areas upstairs in the loft – one with a queen bed and one with a twin bed – comfortably sleep seven.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Joanna Huskey
    September 17, 2021, 1:46 pm


  • Marcia
    September 18, 2021, 7:51 am

    So….I am thinking….yay! Queen size bedroom DOWNstairs so I don’t have to climb stairs. Then…BOO….bathroom UPstairs so I have to go up to sleep, being an amputee this is not ideal but OK….up to sleep and bathroom right there. BUT….what happens when I am downstairs for the day and have to use the bathroom? Ugh 😢 otherwise, I loved it and would stay there for sure if there was even a half-bath downstairs. I love the design and tucked away amenities….anyone have an idea for a half-bath downstairs? Would book this in a New York minute. ❤️

    • Alison
      September 18, 2021, 12:47 pm

      Yeah, I agree, I’d like at least a half-bath downstairs. This looks like a pretty big place, but without seeing a floor plan, I can’t tell if there would be a spot for it.

      I’m not usually a fan of dome houses, but I do like the way the structural elements show on the ceiling/walls. Feels artistic.

      • James D.
        September 18, 2021, 12:57 pm

        According to the AirBNB listing it has quote, “There are two full bathrooms (one on each floor)”…

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