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Stargazing Snow Globe Dome in Ontario

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The first thing I thought when I saw this dome home was “snowglobe”! And in Ontario, there’s a good chance a winter visit would allow you to sit in the comfort of the loft bed and watch the snowfall from the sky.

Inside this solar-powered off-grid vacation home you’ll find a hammock, hand-painted mural, cozy living room space, and absolutely awesome views! There’s a bathroom with running water during the warmer months as well.

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La Luna Stargazing Dome Home in Ontario

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The hang-out hammock under the loft.

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Stunning sunset views from the living room.

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Sitting area for breakfast.

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Even a little fuse-ball table!

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Ladder to the loft bedroom.

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The mural is hand-painted.

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Some games provided for entertainment

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Little kitchenette with a mini fridge.

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Looking down from the loft.

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Looking up at the sky! Amazing.

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Private bathroom with a shower and composting toilet.

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Love the alpaca artwork.

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Deck off the back where the entrance sits.

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  • 425 square feet of open space
  • Glamping experience
  • Bright yellow door and a beautiful deck
  • Outdoor BBQ and stovetop
  • Solar lights
  • Country views
  • Hammock beside our hand-painted mural
  • Stargazing loft bed
  • Solar-powered, off-grid
  • Kitchenette with a mini-fridge
  • Full-size washroom including, towels, a shower, sink, compostable toilet
  • On-demand water system that requires an on/off switch for water to flow
  • Wood stove oven for the chilly winters (available from October – May)

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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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  • John G
    January 5, 2022, 2:57 pm

    Sorry for the nit pick, but it’s “foosball” originally from the German tischfußball (Table Foot Ball)

    The overall design looks delightful. I wonder what the temperatures are like in summer / winter?

    == John ==

    • Sophia
      January 5, 2022, 4:03 pm

      Yes, that bothered me too!

  • Marsha Cowan
    January 5, 2022, 5:11 pm

    Its really lovely and the floor plan is amazing and practical. What a beautiful setting! At night, is there anyway to cover the windows for privacy? Is there ventilation for air that might be heated by the sun to escape during the day, or is there an HVAC unit to heat and cool so ventilation is not necessary? Just wondering. This place looks comfy, cozy, and romantic. It would make a nice vacation.

    • James D.
      January 5, 2022, 7:50 pm

      There are 3 circulating tower fans… One by the Mini-Fridge, one by the loft stair ladder, and one in the loft…

      For ventilation, look just to the right of the loft, upper circular port that would have been a window has a fan/duct port… Easiest to see in the 6th photo down…

      It’s a off-grid glamping experience, so rely on the limits of the fans and wood stove and is on a secluded part of a farm…

  • Marsha Cowan
    January 5, 2022, 8:27 pm

    Thanks James! You are more observant than I. Yes, I know its secluded, but I was thinking more of not attracting bears and other animals with the light. I am a little paranoid about that now that I have lived so closely with coyotes in AZ who would come within 6′ of me before I realized they were there. I was sitting outside in the outdoor light at night and it helped them notice me. Scary! Anyway, that and the several times I had peeping Toms over the years makes me want privacy. I don’t trust the “pervs in the night” (sounds like a soap opera title) and after the beautiful sun sets, I would want some privacy from whatever was out there be it man or beast. . .but thanks for the ventilation info : )

    • Natalie C. McKee
      January 6, 2022, 7:46 am

      I am partial to privacy, too, Marsha — even in seclusion!

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