Enjoy a unique and memorable lodging experience in a Usonian Home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. When you reserve Wright’s Duncan House, you are reserving the entire house, not just a room. Relax and refresh your spirit with a private getaway in a gorgeous, natural setting. Weekday rates $325 per night up to 3 guests.
Regular rate is $399 per night for upto 3 persons. The house sleeps 6 people -any additional people over 3pp are $50per person, per night. The deposit is 30% and is non- refundable upon making the reservation. Please, read Policies and Disclaimers when making your booking.
*Excludes holiday rates. Check Availability Calendar 4pm Check in- 11am Check out. Note: Daily tours go through the house.
Due to the historical and architectural nature of the homes, children staying in the home must be at least six years old. NO pets are allowed.
Photo by: Chuck Beard
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Duncan House has had a remarkable journey. Built in 1957, The Wright-designed home was dismantled from its original location in Lisle, Ill., and moved to Polymath Park Resort. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, The Progress Fund and the State of Pennsylvania put together a plan with Polymath Park to reconstruct the Duncan House on the Westmoreland County property. The Duncan House is complimented by two other Usonian-style homes that were designed for the original 1960s vision of Polymath Park by Wright’s apprentice, Peter Berndtson. After many months of complex craftsmanship, the home reemerges as a stellar example of Wright’s Usonian designs and the culmination of his magnificent career. The Duncan House will be open for tours and lodging so that we can share Wright’s vision for years to come.* Due to the historical and architechtual nature of the home, we do not allow use of the fireplace or stove top. We do however, provide a microwave, toaster oven, and coffee pot. The Duncan House has 3 bedrooms. There is one King size bed, two single beds (in one bedroom) and one queen size bed. It also has two bathrooms.
Photo by: Dave Teats