Details: Nestled on a secluded cul de sac with 110 feet of waterfront lies Tampa Bay’s rare work of architectural art, a geodesic dome home built in the 1980s by Oregon Dome.
This hidden gem lies in the private community of Point Seaside with sweeping water views of St. Joseph Sound and the Intracoastal.
With an almost half-acre lot, the possibilities are endless and provide over 270 degrees of water views.
Geodesic homes have the highest structural integrity, to withstand winds and hurricanes, with far greater success and because of their shape dome homes use approximately a third less surface area to enclose the same volume as a traditional box home, this allows less heat to escape the walls in the winter and less cool air to escape in the summer, providing maximum efficiency perfect for Florida’s climate.
This gulf dome boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a waterfront kitchen, a third-floor master, loft/office, laundry room and an eight-plus car garage.
Listing Agent: Kristin Hallamek, Engel & Völkers Belleair, 727-641-7985 and email@example.com