Tuesday, October 18, 2022

It is time!

We have decided to sell our domes, we are getting old and need to downsize. But before we put the property on the market we wanted to give you a first shot. You have been looking and dreaming of having a dome home. Now you don’t have to build one from scratch, just make some changes and adjustments for you own needs. 

The 2 Mulberry domes are in rural Virginia, close to the city of Lexington. 
The property is ~30 acres from which ~7 acres is grass the rest is forest. So plenty of possibilities: forestry, homesteading, farming, horse rearing, organic gardening or enjoying peace and quiet just as we do. 
The domes are equipped with geothermic floor heating and solar panels, that reduces the cost of heating and airco considerably, and as a backup there is a gas generator. If necessary you can go off the grid completely. 
And yes, there is high speed internet connection in case you want to work from home.

The inside of the domes right now is: you enter into a large vestibule, right and left are the domes. The small dome has 2 bedrooms upstairs with kitchenettes and a full bath. Downstairs is a garage and a wood shop. The big dome has an open kitchen, living room with cathedral ceiling, and master bedroom with bathroom and large walk-in closet. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms, bathroom and laundry room. There is more... the third floor above the bedrooms is for storage and an entry to the cupola with windows around for a panoramic view.

UPDATE: The house is on de market!
Listed by:

Heather Hamilton 540-464-3922

H and K Properties Inc

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Yuuuuuupeee!!!!!! The kitchen

As intended


Team work

First 2 cabinets are in

Is it really straight?

The wall is almost done

Back side of the curve

and the front

Appliances installed



Opening for garbage disposal

Now the top layer


The countertop

Taking a little bit off of the corner


Elegant solution for the back of the sink

Looking good

Now we wait for the glass for the top cupboards and 
the 2 cabinets that will be covering the columns


Saturday, August 14, 2010

Doors and windows

Friends, I understand your frustration with infrequent posts, but …

…there is not much to see with the painting

State of the art engineering

Construction for the sunscreens





Friday, June 04, 2010

Finishing from top to bottom

Cupola/my meditation room

finished with cork

The "attic" also with cork floor


The balcony has maple hardwood floor

Pieter's office will be on one end...

... mine on the other

Time to put the stairs together.

Underside of the stairs

Every single baluster has to fit perfectly





Swallow tail

Sunday, April 04, 2010


The solution to the airco duct issue

 Almost white tiles in the vestibule



 The end result

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