The Beadle house on White Gates drive unfortunately has no other option than to be demolished. I spoke to the previous owner, who is a great admirer of Al's work, and he had plans to restore it as well as adding a second story. The project came to a grinding halt due to building permits and neighbor opposition.
The house was the first built on the street back in 1958, and is now overshadowed by the many "McMansions" as you called them. When the owner who was planning on restoring it found out he couldn't add the second story, he investigated moving the whole structure. Unfortunately because of its design and cantilevered foundation, this was also impossible. So sadly he gave up the project and sold it. The house is now completely gutted and awaits its date with the demo crew. I have taken pictures of it and even have some old footage of it on a family film from the 60's. This was a residence of the Beadle's for many years, but sadly, the property value alone is worth more than the home.
If only I had a spare 2 million dollars... It would cost a million to buy the property, and another million to restore it properly. I could happily live in the original 2,200 sqaure feet. Oh well, my only consolation is that my Aunt still has all of his original blueprints, and someday it could be re-created.