Thanks for the heads up. That Isabella St. house is quite beautiful. Whether designed by Wright himself or not, it appears well worth saving (at private expense, of course.) The second (at least judging by the picture,) not so much.
Many of his or his students’ smaller structures are unassuming from the street, but open up to the backyard. Overcast lighting does it no favors, nor does the paint scheme, the heavy blinds blocking the windows or the overgrown landscaping.
I’ll agree that the first is far more beautiful as far as the images presented, by comparison. It appears to have been kept much more in the character of its original intent, in addition to being more elaborate.