December 2003 update: you can view current photographs that the new owners have posted at their website.
During a business trip to Cincinnati my business associates graciously offered to drive me by the only Frank Lloyd Wright home in town. The house is located near the "gas light" district that is near the University campus. The house has been well maintained. Although completed in 1956, according toStorrer, there was an addition designed by Wright added in 1958, and the carport was enclosed in 1990.
Unfortunately, I only had a cheap point-and-shoot camera with me. The pictures are better than nothing, but it makes me think I should always lug my Cannon on business trips just in case. This first photograph was taken from across the street. As you can see, the house is situated on a corner lot. The red peaked roof on the right of the photograph belongs to the neighbor's house.
This side view from the street clearly shows the concrete block construction and the relative narrowness of the house. You can't see it in the photograph, but I believe the owners have a "sprite" from Midway Gardens placed at the entrance. As is typical with Wright homes, the entrance is hidden from the street.
The following photographs were all taken from the street. An advantage to having the house on the corner (from my perspective if not the homeowners' :-), is that it is easier to get a feel for the exterior of the house.