One of Wright's last Usonian homes, this house is worth seeing because of its clear enunciation of Wright's insistence on having "artistic control" over the interior arrangements and almost every detail of its contents. It is hard to imagine the dedication of his clients given the effort the owner had to make just to be allowed to have a linen closet. She still did not get any major storage space, because Wright did not believe in it. Yet she loved the home and him! The home is sited on the side of a hill (they are called knobs in PA) and an October visit gives a good view of foliage. The tour was informed and helpful.
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