Minneapolis, MN

About this dome

  • Size: 3300 sq ft
  • Property contacts
    • Delaney Russell, owner

Gorgeous, meticulously maintained 28-year-old geodesic dome with generous 3,300 square-foot floor plan; open first-floor layout ideal for entertaining; four bedrooms; three bathrooms; top-shelf appliances throughout; bathed in natural light from oversized windows, including skylights; rare three-car attached garage with separate drainage. A gorgeous yard features drought-resistant (low maintenance) native plants, including trees and shrubs with year-round appeal, as well as a low-maintenance pond with two waterfalls. Only one of two geodesic domes in Minneapolis!

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Floor-specific details
Main floor:
– Living room: custom Grecian interior wall (stucco), full wall of oversized windows,
two-story atrium ceiling, custom onyx window ledges
– Kitchen: cherrywood cabinets, Corian countertops, side-by-side stainless steel
Liehberr refrigerator, Bausch + Lomb dishwasher, five-burner range, Thermador
wall oven, ceramic tile floor.
– Dining room: Brazilian cherrywood hardwood flooring
– Breakfast nook: square addition to dome footprint, a sliding door walkout
– Master bedroom with oversized windows and attached ¾ bathroom

Second floor:

Oversized bedroom with balcony; office space/loft; full bathroom

Cupola: Small meditation/reading nook with bird’s eye view of the neighborhood
Finished lower level: two bedrooms; large family room/common area; ¾ bathroom;
laundry room with new front-loading washer

– Generous back-yard deck with views
– Low-maintenance garden with almost all native, drought-resistant plants
– Low-maintenance pond with two waterfalls
– Large (50-foot wide lot) backyard completely fenced in and private
– Mature trees provide lots of shade in the summer
– Festive hard-wired lighting on fencing and deck

Other features:
– 15-inch-thick exterior walls with one-foot-thick high-density insulation
– Electricity offset by participation in community solar farm
– Thermopane windows throughout
– High-efficiency furnace and central air
– Central vacuum system
– Optic high-speed internet
– Attached three-car garage
– Quiet street near playground

Neighborhood Amenities:
– Blocks from the Mississippi River, with walking and biking paths
– Less than three miles to the University of Minnesota East Bank Campus
– Less than a mile to Longfellow Market neighborhood grocery store
– Less than a half mile to St. Paul, and easy access to I-94.
– Nearby (less than a mile) restaurants and coffee shops, including: Longfellow
Grill, The Bungalow Club, The Diner, El Norteno, Turtle Bread, Sonora Grill,
Peppers and Fries, The Galapagos, Merlin’s Rest Pub, The Blue Door, etc.
– Great neighbors and block solidarity, including neighborhood google group

– 2023 Property tax bill: $6,724
– Minneapolis School District
– Pending: Appraisal and Truth in Housing Inspection