Eden Hills trophy home conceptualised by futurist Richard Buckmeister Fuller listed

Eden Hills trophy home conceptualised by futurist Richard Buckmeister Fuller listed
Eden Hills trophy home conceptualised by futurist Richard Buckmeister Fuller listed

Hexadome, a 1986-built home in Eden Hills, South Australian with views of Shepherds Hill Recreation Park has hit the market. 

Jill Wehrs of Ouwens Casserly Real Estate has the listing which comes with $480,000 to $499,000 hopes. 

The multi-sided structure of the home at 18 Chitunga Road was adapted from the original concept design by Richard Buckmeister Fuller, an American architect, designer, inventor and futurist.

The design features self-supporting elements and open plan living areas. 

Nestled on a 2,853 square metre elevated bushland, the main hexagon structure comprises master bedroom, dressing room, open plan living and dining area, functional kitchen with breakfast sitting nook and double French doors leading to the north facing deck. 

Eden Hills trophy home conceptualised by futurist Richard Buckmeister Fuller listed

An attached smaller module comes with a queen size bedroom with access to the rear garden and a bathroom with roomy shower. 

Other highlights include radiant heating, ceiling fans, air conditioning, electric heat panel, covered car parking, and terraced rear garden. 

Eden Hills trophy home conceptualised by futurist Richard Buckmeister Fuller listed

It has easy access to the coast, Flinders, Blackwood, the CBD or Marion. 

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