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04 Jan Top 11 Frank Lloyd Wright Houses You Can Tour

Located just six miles from Wright’s seminal Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob is a compact, one-story Usonian house designed on a distinctive hexagonal module. Striking yet serene, the house stands 2,050 feet above sea level and was constructed using native sandstone and tidewater red cypress, allowing the...

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23 Nov Perfect Fall Trip to Kentuck Knob

I remember visiting their family dairy as a kid and eating their rich, delicious ice cream. They learned about Wright from visiting their friends Edgar and Liliane Kaufmann’s home, Fallingwater. They fell in love with area and purchased 80 acres in the mountains of Laurel...

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13 May Kentuck Knob hosting Appalachian dinners

Kentuck Knob wants to invite you to dinner. Farm-to-table Appalachian dinners will now be offered once a month through the summer at the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright house near Chalk Hill in Fayette County. “This is such a beautiful place where art, architecture and nature combine...

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08 Apr A Wright Kind of Weekend

Frank Lloyd Wright also designed the nearby Kentuck Knob and Duncan House at the Polymath Park, which are each open to the public and provide insight into what happens when neighbors want what the next guy has, bigger, better and Wright all the way. Visitors can...

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21 Oct A Wright Day Trip to Kentuck Knob

Anyone with a passing knowledge of American icons has heard of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum in New York City or Fallingwater in Pennsylvania. Yet, I can almost guarantee that most people have never heard of Kentuck Knob (723 Kentuck Road, Dunbar, PA)....

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