A Dome Fit for a King Eagle’s Eye — This Monolithic Dome home looks like a medieval castle, but it was designed and built with 21st century technology. Old look; New design — Owner Bob Warden thinks of the castle top, with its medieval look, as a conglomeration of 11th century architecture with 21st century technology. Medieval balcony — One could easily picture Juliet awaiting Romeo on this balcony. Royal welcome — An elaborate door and decorative stonework welcome visitors. Attractive dividers — Decorative glass blocks section off and divide the living area. Going round — A spiral staircase leads to the upper level. Reading nook — Soft pillows turn this wide window seat into a comfy reading nook. Entertainment area — Besides a wide-screen TV, this entertainment area sports a stone fireplace and soft leather sofas and chairs. Curves and circles — Circles seemingly float across a dividing wall. No drabness here! — Eagle’s Eye is no drab castle! Its huge windows allow plenty of light. Bright work area — Windows provide light and a view and turn this office into a pleasant work area. Kitchen — It includes a beautiful tile floor, wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a curved, marble-like counter. Up and around — A wooden staircase hugs and curves around a wall. Cloudlike curves — These curvy walls create a look of floating softness. Dining — Its long, rectangular table can accommodate eight. Bath — It includes a marble top double sink and a cultured marble shower with two shower heads, a corner seat, shelves and a grab bar. Spacious — This Monolithic Dome’s 5000 square feet include a hemisphere with a 42-foot diameter at its center. Vaults — Three half-cylindrical barrel vaults come off the center dome. At evening time — Once the sun sets, Eagle’s Eye looks even more medieval.