Relocating a Frank Lloyd Wright house

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      Pam2
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      NV Wino
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      12 acres. I’m sure I can find a corner for it.

      “As we act, let us not become the evil that we deplore.” Barbara Lee
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      General Disarray
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      How appropriate to have it brought back to Pennsylvania to be close to Falling Water His architecture is unique and timeless

       

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      Thank you, Pam.

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      I think it was then housed at Woodlawn Plantation.    Found it and here is the link – even if I owned one of those homes, I couldn’t begin to know how to furnish/organize same…..I do like seeing them though.

      https://franklloydwright.org/site/pope-leighey-house/

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