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The new site is much closer to Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob than Johnstown, so they should be able to draw more tour and rental business.
Curiously, the Polymath Park website indicates that the entire property is for sale. Hopefully this situation has changed in light of the fact that the state is helping to finance the Duncan reconstruction.
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In a clearing in a Westmoreland County woodland, the resurrection of Frank Lloyd Wright's Duncan House is well under way. The precast foundation, with materials and an installation crew donated by Superior Walls, was completed in August, and now the 1957 Usonian house is going up.