New on market: Energy efficient home powered by a 40-panel solar array. Lake Nebagamon, WI. 

Beauty and energy efficiency are blended in this bright, versatile Terra Dome earth home on 23+ acres. Open, light, and airy, the home faces south to collect sunlight through its energy-efficient windows. Owners focused particular attention on infrastructure details as well as appealing decor to create this safe and comfortable home. All one-level living with generous spaces throughout the home. Gorgeous granite countertops, 3-zone infloor heat, 3-season porch with wood burning stove, 40-panel solar array. Beautiful view from all windows. Half mile from the Bois Brule River ( for world class trout fishing. 

Here’s a summary of building and infrastructure details for this special property:

  • Terra Dome earth homes are described by their builder as “bright & beautiful, safe & secure, energy efficient, affordable & versatile.” (For more on this company and the advantages of its construction methods, visit Their interiors are surprisingly open, light, and airy. This home’s 108’ front side faces south to collect sunlight through its energy-efficient double-pane windows.
  • The home’s concrete walls are 9 ½” thick, with ½” rebar every 12” on center. A fringe benefit: extra thermal mass to moderate temperature swings. Between 4 and 8’ of earth covers the structure. South-facing walls are also highly insulated and energy-efficient.
  • 2021 upgraded kitchen with granite countertops, granite island, and new backsplash.
  • The home has three-zone in-floor heat that can be powered by electricity, or wood pellets. One high-efficiency stove is located in the main living area, and another is located in the screen porch.
  • Covered cubic feet firewood storage shed – 16’L x 4’W x 7’T. Will hold wood for a heating season.
  • A 40-panel solar array with a 10.8Kw inverter provides enough electricity for typical residential use; sellers report that last year they received a rebate by producing more electricity than they used.
    • Dahlberg – 2021 electric cost $170. Credit from Dahlberg $200+.
  • 23.6 acres surrounded by state or DNR land.

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