Views from the westnorthwestThis was the last building of the Martin House complex. It is at the far northwest corner of the site close to the Martin House gardens. Unlike the other structures made of Roman brick, it is wood frame with stucco finish and cedar trim.
A modest cottage with Wright's signature art-glass windowsTall rectangular panels on the corners give the illusion of the piers that characterize the main Martin house.
Views from the south
Somewhat hidden entranceAlthough not as elaborately hidden as some of Wright's entrances, still, the entrance is not absolutely direct.
View from the southeastI believe I heard (but haven't been able to confirm) that this one-story addition to the east is not part of the original building.
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