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Who would you take with you?

Laron

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Who would you take? What a unique and amazing chalet to stay in and possibly own!
❤️ The design by architect Mickey Meunning was inspired by the 1970s hip vibe of the dome home. His vision had some differences with star gazing ceilings and a million dollar ocean view, cliff side, off the coast of Big Sur, California. Named the Greenhouse, it includes an outdoor deck with a bath, a fully operational kitchen and a reclaimed redwood platform bed that hangs from the ceiling by steel rods. It’s minimal living with nature surrounding it, inside the walls and out.

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Linda

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At first I just want to be alone - well, with my dog who sees and hears everything. After a few days, then I would love for my family to be there. Of course that means 3 other places nearby - lol.
 

Lila

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Yeah, after the first jaw dropping star gazing days (edit:))) nights, I'd start right in on building a community, with an aim toward living very gently on the land<3
How could you not share such beauty!
 
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Anaeika

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This would be a romantic getaway for me, a perfect place to be embraced while stargazing together.
 

Hailstones Melt

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This space and its location would encourage living lightly. I see it more as a time-out than a permanent home. A place where you can re-kindle spirit moving through your own veins, if you have lost a handle on that through urban living. My dog would have trouble ascending that ladder to sleep on the foot of my bed. But perhaps a hearth rug in front of that cozy hearth would be the answer.
 

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