Listed below a some of the Monolithic Domes that have been built around the country. I am providing this to give you an idea of the versatility and unique qualities that a Monolithic Dome Home can provide. Because, isn’t that what having our own home is really all about? Having a place to express our own unique tastes. What good is it if your house looks just like your neighbors. Monolithic Domes provide that unique flair, while still providing everything that a home is suppose to provide; Safety, Security, and Peace of Mind.
Our first listing is one where the owners really went all out, and as a result, this guest-house in Trout Creek, Montana has attracted national attention. Welcome to the Hobbit House.
Next is another Montana home located near Polson, Montana and overlooks Flathead Lake.
Here, we have a dome built in Alaska.
Next up is a dome in Brigham City, located in Box Elder County, Utah.
We have pictures of a 1000-square-foot Monolithic Dome home that sits on a 40-acre, wooded site in Missouri.
Here’s one for all you people with green thumbs, the Agrithermosphere. (don’t ask, I can’t pronounce it either.)
And finally, we have the Claddagh Dome, in Azle, Texas, a small town 14 miles northwest of Fort Worth.