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Tiny Geodesic Cabin in the Woods 

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Dome homes are so fun, and this little one tucked in the woods on a 65-acre organic farm is no exception. It’s 100% glamping — no heat, electricity, etc. — but you have exclusive access to the host’s basement bathroom, and can use their deck and grill for cooking.

The dome was made with locally sourced timber from the property and boasts a lovely queen bed and sitting area. You can spend your days roaming the farm, and enjoy in-season produce, as well.

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Off-Grid Geo-Dome Cabin in Connecticut

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The bed is made from locally sourced cedar.

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The intricacies of the ceiling are lovely!

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Skylights complete the dome.

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It sits on 65 acres of farmland in Connecticut.

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The barn/shop are open seasonally.

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The owner’s home, where the basement bathroom is.

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Our 165 sq ft Geodesic Dome – Day light with beautiful pine floor. Built from wood growing on our property. We have a propane grill or wood fire pit you can use to cook. The Dome has no power or heat – so it is like camping. We have a great LED light for it. Very peaceful space where you can get in touch with nature and yourself.

You are also welcome to tour our Organic Farm and during season, even help out and enjoy some fresh organic produce. We have 65 acres, so plenty of space for you to be by yourself.

You have exclusive access to the basement bathroom, our porch and patio a propane grill or wood pit fire as well as 65 acres of farmland featuring a nice brook and awesome views. During season we will also provide you with some fresh organic produce. We also have a large pool table in our basement for your enjoyment.

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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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  • September 9, 2021, 8:20 pm

    Sweet little dome!

  • Maya Kraus
    September 10, 2021, 11:54 am

    I would not want to cross a yard and go into someone’s basement in the middle of the nite to use the bathroom……….

    • September 10, 2021, 2:03 pm

      I’ve been in places where one had to cross the yard and go to an outhouse in the middle of the night in February to use the bathroom. Places with scorpions and cobras and Scud missiles occasionally incoming.

      Of course, I didn’t have to pay to rent those places. In fact, I got paid to live in them. But this looks pretty comfy by comparison.

      • Marsha Cowan
        December 22, 2022, 11:25 pm

        Thank you for your service, and I’m sorry you had to live in those difficult places so far away from family and home, and I’m glad you got back. Thank you. . .

    • Cynthia
      October 30, 2021, 1:04 pm

      I’m with you there! I wouldn’t want to leave my nice warm spot, and go into someone’s basement to use the bathroom in the middle of the night. But I have lived in far worse places. I have lived where the house sat in the middle of a dairy field, and you had to go “out back” to an outhouse without hitting the cow patties! And I didn’t mind it back then. But I’m 62 now, and I can afford some little luxuries. Leaving my nice warm bed to go traipsing elsewhere for the bathroom is not something I will compromise on these days. Also, having once (4 months only) lived in a small geodesic home, I really find them quite confining. All kinds of things have to be taken into consideration, especially in one so tiny as this: headroom for instance (I come from a very tall family – my sons are all over 6’5″; furniture placement; lack of good places for artwork (the walls won’t allow you to hang art in most instances); plumbing and electrical are placed in such a manner as to allow economical use of both (again due to wall shape and placement). Don’t get me wrong, I do think they are beautiful, but, just not for me. Give me a square, or a cube shape any day. Just a little less “Thoreau-like” (I love my indoor plumbing at this age!) Cheers!

  • Jackie
    September 12, 2021, 1:12 pm

    Nice rug!

  • Denise
    September 17, 2021, 10:28 am

    Wow, so simple, so gorgeous, the beauty of the wood has one just looking and appreciating all those knots and unique circle construct to decorate the joining of the angles.

  • Marsha Cowan
    December 22, 2022, 11:32 pm

    Too cute! Lovely outside and inside. Lots more space inside than it looks like there would be. I’m assuming that there is some kind of camping potty to use at night that can be emptied the next day. I’m sure the owners do not want people wondering around at night in the dark either. It’s a really intriguing and lovely build, and the views are fantastic!

    • James D.
      December 23, 2022, 7:50 am

      Nope, only the bathroom in the main house but they do allow the option to rent a bedroom in the main house. The cabin is off-grid and set up as a camping stay…

      • Marsha Cowan
        December 23, 2022, 9:12 am

        Well, how hard would it be to pack your own camping potty, right? Anything to make the stay at this place possible. It’s so cute!

  • Liz
    December 25, 2022, 2:44 pm

    Nice build and very pretty on the inside but it doesn’t seem complete at all. No bathroom (toilet, shower, sink). I wouldn’t even make it to a strangers bathroom in a basement without peeing my big girl panties. Same with my husband. No electric, which people can and do live without. No way to heat Tue inside. Picture a rainy day in the dome with absolutely nothing to do. Can’t cook, shower, use a toilet, etc. The only reason to be in this dome is sleep and sit. I can’t imagine a very pleasant stay.

    • James D.
      December 25, 2022, 4:37 pm

      Like already mentioned, it’s just for camping style stays, without needing to sleep in a tent and on the ground, but it’s not suppose to be a modern home… While they do allow the option to rent a bedroom in the main house. So you don’t have to sleep in the cabin…

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