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Ontario's 3-Level Dome Home Is Just $315K & It's Like Living In A Snow Globe (PHOTOS)

If you're looking for a more unique living space, then start packing your bags for this spot.

Ontario's dome home for sale is like living in a giant snow globe, and it's on the market for $315,000. 

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Located in Hawkestone, the geodesic house is surrounded by trees and is just a short trip away from Lake Simcoe.

The unusual structure boasts 3 levels of uniqueness, including 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.

The interior is open and airy, with curving walls featuring spray foam insulation. 

A large deck offers views of the peaceful backyard, and it's a great place to enjoy a morning coffee.

Wake up in your very own private snow globe at this eccentric home for sale.

Dome Home

Price: $315,000

Address: 47 Campbell Ave., Hawkestone, ON

Description: This 3-level dome is situated near Lake Simcoe and offers a totally unique living space.

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