A Revolving Dome Home in Upstate New York

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June 01, 2015

The New York Times features a home designed to follow the sun's light, built at the foot of the Shawangunk Mountains.

The 14-foot-wide dome of curved wooden beams is described as “a cross between a giant paper lantern and an igloo.” Despite its sleek interiors and outstanding views, brokers have had a tough time selling the home.

The asking price for the Domespace Home, which went on the market four years ago for $1.2 million, has dropped to $975,000.

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