Everyone has a different idea of what “home” looks like. While the idea of the two story house in the suburbs with the white picket fence is peddled as the American Dream, sometimes it’s not the dream for everyone.
Some people might prefer a penthouse apartment in a big city or a tiny little cottage out in the woods, while others envision their dream house as a beachfront home with a backdoor that opens straight to the sea. For some people, the idea home is a cave – or at least cave-like.
To call the following house unique would be putting it lightly. Even the New Hampshire listing agent who is handling the sale of the home wrote in their property description, “Unique is an understatement!”
Apparently, that is the only way to describe this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home since its official listing description can barely pinpoint a comparison for the property.
It has been called a “one of a kind passive solar contemporary/ monolithic Concrete dome- affectionately referred to as the Flinstone/ Hobbit / Igloo/ Starwars House- known for durability and efficiency!”
Based on the pictures, it really does look like a mashup of three different fandoms. The bedrooms are pretty plain and non-descript, so there is at least a chance to redecorate however one would like. But the bathroom looks a little unfinished since it has a lot of exposed piping. We’re not exactly loving the placement of the toilet. But the tiling looks cool!
The main living area of the house has the same misshapen charm as the outside. As the listing agent has said about the home, it’s “anything but cookie cutter!”
But still, there is no doubt that this Canterbury, New Hampshire-based house will be the ideal fit for someone who is looking to live in a cave-like home.
It does have its perks as it’s set on 5 acres of land and has its own barn as well, so it is the ideal location for someone who wants rural. For a listing price of $274,900, it could be worth a shot!
What do you think of this house? Do you know anyone who would live there? Would you? Let us know!SKM: below-content placeholder