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Kentuck Knob, Chalk Hill

#21 of 112 in Historic Sites in Pennsylvania
Architectural Building Historic Site
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  • Perhaps because I went to Fallingwater first, I found this a bit disappointing. I disliked the design overall (however, loved the terrace). It felt odd that it is someone's residence now, w/ personal ...  more »
  • I was thrilled to finally get to tour this house in April. The organization that runs this tour is impeccable. Our guide was interesting and fully informed...she gave us information in a compelling wa...  more »
  • My wife and I discovered Kentuck Knob by accident. We were touring Fallingwater, architect Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous creation and the tour guide recommended that, as long as we were in the neig...  more »
  • Built in 1956 by the Hagen family ( the ice cream family) and designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the house is a great example of his work. The surrounding grounds contain samples of work by famous sculptors, even a section of the Berlin Wall! Its a great way to spend two to three hours.
  • Wonderful example of Wright's work. Very nice staff, great tour guides, and a nice gift shop/ice cream shop. Plan several hours to tour house, grounds, and enjoy an ice cream or coffee. This a must do if you are in the region.
  • Though mentioned as Frank Lloyd Wrights other house near Falling Water, it is every bit as cool to visit both inside and out. Dont miss the view from the meadow.
  • Well worth a visit if you're interested in architecture. The house is very different to Fallingwater and had its own special character.
  • Incredible experience. We liked this more than Fallingwater. Tour guides are just incredible. Definitely get some Hagan's ice cream after the tour.