In Yonder Woods

by | Nov 5, 2004

John Boyle reminded me today to get out in the country in my quest to visit as many Frank Lloyd Wright structures as I can. His neck of the woods near Greensburg, PA is home to two Wrightian gems, the famed Fallingwater and Usonian masterpiece, Kentuck Knob, also known as the Hagan House (for the Hagan family of Hagan Ice Cream fame).


The home constructed of native stone, tidewater cypress and copper was finished in 1956 and is located but seven miles from it’s more famous relative, Falingwater. The allure of Wright, old friends and the rolling countryside of Western PA beckons.