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Kentuck Knob, Chalk Hill
(4.4/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Perfect day activity for anyone visiting the Pittsburgh area. Also visit the neighboring FALLINGWATER, also designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. To be admired by students of architecture, art, and even nat...  more »
  • Beautiful grounds with an amazing lookout point that was the highlight. Interesting home completed later in Wright's career is well worth the visit. Our experience was somewhat jaded by a guide that s...  more »
  • This lesser-known Frank Lloyd Wright residence is located just a six-mile drive from the iconic Fallingwater home in PA. Kentuck Knob, also known as the Hagen House, was built by, and previously owned...  more »
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  • I enjoyed Kentuck Knob more than Falling Water much as others have mentioned here. This house seems so much more live-in-able than FW did. The location, the knob, affords simply stunning views of the valley and far off hills. Definitely stop here if you're planning on going to Falling Water, they are really very near to each other.
  • We did the in depth tour, it was excellent. Our guide Allie was extremely knowledgeable of many details and really took the time to fully answer our many questions. Kentuck Knob was the last stop on a two day tour that included Fallingwater and staying in the Duncan House, all nearby. It was interesting to see the similarities and differences between a "kit" Usonian and a "grand" version. Easily one of the most beautiful FLW homes.
  • What can be said that hasn't already? And F.L.W. was correct, his home; no matter how much a work of art, is no comparison to God's grandeur of the scenic overlook from the knob. Take the wooded trail back! The only way to go! ;-)
  • I'm a big fan of the architect who built this house. Very inventive, and unique, I was impressed with the structure and the layout of the grounds.
  • I like this more than Falling Water. It's more open and modern. Worth a visit. Make sure you see the view of the forest just a short distance from the front porch.