For sale: glass dome complex in desert, abandoned by feuding scientists Baltimore Sun

As for-sale listings go, this one is a real fixer-upper: a 10-bedroom, five-bath glass house situated in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.
The landscaping is lush, but it’s a bit overgrown. There’s a million-gallon pool, but the water is brackish. The utility bills are a bear – about $1 million a year. And the place is infested with five species of cockroaches and overrun with voracious ants.
But if you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind property set amid nearly 1,300 acres of cactus and tumbleweeds with spectacular mountain views, then the 137,000-square-foot Biosphere 2 just might be for you.