|Wright built this shingle-sided home for his sister Jane Porter and her husband. The name in Welsh means "under the oaks." It is used today for Taliesin members and guests.|
|The square building has a hipped roof and diamond-paned windows (the latter common in Wright's early homes). It features a central fireplace in the interior.|
|It is located on the side of the hill below the Romeo and Juliet Windmill and on one side has a porch overlooking the Jones Valley.|
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