Inside $700,000 off-grid dome house with sustainable energy system – the unexpected address is the best part

A SUSTAINABLE off-grid dome-shaped house has gone on the market in the US for $690,000 – and it comes with 43 acres of land.

The quirky home, in Kennebunkport, Maine, is a “monolithic dome” house and boasts a fully-functional off-grid photovoltaic electrical system – meaning it runs on natural energy from the sun.

But while the sustainable features of the home are impressive, its address is just as notable – 34 Road To Misery.

It doesn’t seem to live up to its bizarre name, however, and the snug home has a warm, rustic feel.

It is decorated throughout with white walls, mosaic tile flooring, and wooden finishes.

Inside, there are three bedrooms, one bathroom, and a spacious open-plan living area with a small no-fuss kitchen.

Outside is a large outdoor deck to enjoy a tranquil morning listening to the birds and watching deer stroll through the fields, and plenty of room for a leisurely walk.

The impressive sustainable energy system is in a shed next to the home.

It is also surrounded by nature, sitting on a private 42.96-acre parcel, and is just four miles from Goose Rocks beach.

The property is currently on the market for $690,000 with Coldwell Banker Realty.

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