By Mary Pickels for Tribune-Review
Fans of Frank Lloyd Wright , architect of Laurel Highlands' masterpieces Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob and Duncan House, will soon have another Wright-designed home in the region to visit.
Following careful dismantling, Lindholm House, aka Mäntylä, was shipped from Cloquet, Minn., to Mt. Pleasant Township in 2016.
Polymath Park owners Thomas and Heather Papinchak are rebuilding the home, constructed by Wright in 1953 for original owners Ray and Emma Lindholm.
Their architectural resort in Acme currently offers overnight lodging at Wright's Duncan House, which was relocated from Lisle, Ill., and rebuilt on the site in 2007, as well as two homes designed by Wright apprentice Peter Berndston, the Balter and Blum homes.