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Frank Lloyd Wright's House on Kentuck Knob, 6 mi. n. of US 40 at 723 Kentuck Rd. (Chalk Hill-Ohiopyle Rd.), was designed for Bernardine and I.N. Hagan in 1953 by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Designed on the hexagonal module, Ketnuck Knob is a one-story Usonian house—a signature design of Wright. Both dramatic and serene, the house is situated just below the crest of a hill and appears almost part of the mountain itself.

The grounds include woodland trails with contemporary sculptures. A former greenhouse now serves as a visitor center. A guided 40-minute tour takes visitors around the exterior and through the interior of the home. The 90-minute in-depth tour shows visitors into secondary spaces of the home and highlights some of the collections on display. The Woodland Walk self-guiding tour explores the grounds and sculptures, providing views of the exterior of the house.

Guided tours are available. Food is available. Time: Allow 1 hour, 30 minutes minimum.

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