Positive Vibrations. The magic and serenity of a geodesic dome house, doubled! In 1970, architect Buckminster Fuller received a gold medal for his development of the geodesic dome style, which the American Institute of Architects (AIA) called “the strongest, lightest and most efficient means of enclosing space yet known to man.” Allowing an open flow of light, atmosphere and energy, dome homes are almost a spiritual experience. Built in 2003, this home was recently overhauled by the current owners. The work was extensive and included new cedar siding, exterior doors and windows. Inside all new drywall, refinished pine floors, and a renovation of the kitchen which included new custom wood cabinetry from Millpond Kitchens, stainless steel appliances and farm sink, and beautiful blue calcite stone was selected for the countertop - a powerful stone that calms emotions and offers strong energies that encourage rest and relaxation. A Malm fireplace is a focal point of the living area. An enveloping lofted space above makes a perfect primary BR and there are two BRs on the walkout lower level. Outside, a wraparound deck extends the relaxed lifestyle with beautiful views of the neighboring farmland and ridgeline beyond. The grounds are glorious and include a firepit area, garden beds, and a plethora of native foliage. Located on the Kent/Cornwall border, this property is convenient to all Litchfield County attractions. 2020 taught us that home is our sanctuary, let this one be yours.