I don't see a thing in the world wrong the state of that lawn. "No Mow May" is in full swing, and the length of the grass will be beneficial to butterflies and bumble bees - plus, the lawn's root system is aided by additional growth earlier in the season.
Personally, the weeds in the stone back by the planter would drive me crazy. June is coming up quickly and the edging and trimming will definitely aid in the general overall appearance. The house across the street - my gawd, beautiful stone work, but no garage or paving for the driveway?
Frankly, I'd have the lawn rolled to flatten out a couple of the immense bumps - but that's just me.