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Pa. State Rep. Matthew Dowling visits the home of Frank Lloyd Wright. Speaking to staff members Mary Ann Perkins and Cheri Wade who explain that 30,000 people per year visit Kentuck Knob. See More (Legislative Report on YouTube) →...

Kentuck Knob is a quaint, one-story Usonian house meant to be affordable for the average American. Situated atop a hill, the house overlooks a swath of forest and is constructed with native sandstone and Tidewater cypress, making it blend in well with its environment. Read...

The Hagans wanted a house that could be a year-round home. For them, Wright envisioned a wood and stone house with an interior that seems cozier and more practical than Fallingwater. Read More (Trib Live) →...