A groovy mid-century-inspired roundhouse is on the market in Healdsburg’s Dry Creek Valley. The unique architectural estate was designed by Oakland architect Leon “Lee” Meyer who was obsessed with the circular format. This futuristic style originated in the Victorian era and experienced a revival in the sixties and seventies throughout the Bay Area. Several homes built by Meyer still exist to this day including models featured in SF Curbed and Houzz.

The Dry Creek Valley model was built for the Oberti family in 1977. After it was destroyed by fire in 1998, Meyer returned to the area to lovingly recreate the home. The contemporary abode features an open floor-plan, exposed beam ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows that capture forest views. To complement the unique architecture, custom ceramic pieces were designed by the late, Daniel Oberti, co-founder of Art Trails.

But that’s not all. The one-of-a-kind home is situated on a 37-acre property punctuated by miles of trails for hiking and communing with nature. After a day of hitting the trails, the family can hunker down at the creekside party area with a rotisserie barbeque, a table for 20, and a stage for live music.

5237 W. Dry Creek Road in Healdsburg is listed by Doug Swanson at Sotheby’s International Realty.

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