The ultra-conventional Zillow web site has given the thumbs up to off the grid living, featuring a dome home in its pages.
The home, from Monolithic domes is just 320 square feet – cheap to heat cool and maintain, but amply priced at $74,000, given the cost of similar homes in the area.
Monolothic dome homes are made by inflating a balloon and then smearing a PVC coating on top of that.
The dome is in the Taos area of New Mexico, feature in my book OFF THE GRID – Inside the Movement for More Space Less Government and True Independence in Modern America.
The story also features John Kejr, a local Realtor, notorious for the high prices he seeks on behalf of his clients.
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