This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience organic architecture in a most modern context. Spend your next overnight getaway in the “Dream House,” designed by 60-year Wright apprentice John Rattenbury. Almost a decade ago, he gained the attention of the mainstream via his brilliant and stunning design for Life Magazine’s 1997 Dream House. This design’s flexibility and numerous options have made it a Life Dream Home that has gained popularity and won accolades throughout the USA.
And now, we are giving you the opportunity to live the life of your dreams - if only for a few days - in Rattenbury’s incredible home.
Not only is this house fabulous, but the setting is a relaxing mountain oasis complete with extravagant waterfall, wooded surroundings and a peaceful stream outlining it all. Perfect for gathering with friends and family, the open floor plan of this home and multiple patio areas create wonderful entertaining space. The Dream house is located off the premises of Polymath Park.
WEEKDAY RATE: MON-THURS $375 per night up to 3people + $50 per person, per night upto 6 people. Weekend RATE: FRI-SUN $425 per night. Excludes Holiday RATES. APPLIES TO NEW BOOKINGS ONLY Two night minimum required. Check in at 4pm- Check out at 11am. No pets allowed.
The Dream House is only available Spring through the Fall. There is a 50% non refundable deposit at the time of making reservation. Please, read Policies and Disclaimers when making your booking as with our other homes.
Quick Facts: The Dream House sleeps 6 - 7 with three baths, and has a two night minimum stay. Rates: $475 per night up to three people. Additional $50.00 per person per night.
Located deep in the Laurel Highlands near Fallingwater & Kentuck Knob. John Rattenbury was a principal architect and planner for Taliesin Architects until 2003. A former Wright apprentice, Rattenbury has made efforts to educate the public about Organic Architecture. This project was much in the spirit of Wright’s 1938 Life Magazine Dream House because of its adherence to the same principles. He wrote two books, A Living Architecture and A House for Life (based on the above home design).