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  •  Day before yesterday, in fact (7+ / 0-)

    Posted on the 6th:

    His company, Frostworks, is located at REDACTED. A building that was purchased for $160,000 in 1999. The buildings owner is listed as DIVERSIFIED INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CENTER, LLC whose mailing address is listed as REDACTED which is the Frost's home. The commercial property he owns is also listed as the business address for another company called Reillys Designs which leads to the question of whether rental income is included in the above mentioned salary total

    The current market value of their improved 3,040 SF home at REDACTED  is unknown but REDACTED, also an end unit, sold for $485,000 this past March and it was only 2,060 SF. A photo taken in the family's kitchen shows what appears to be a recent remodeling job with granite counter tops and glass front cabinets

    They went right for the addresses, both business and home, on the very first post.


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    by dmsilev on Mon Oct 08, 2007 at 05:06:21 PM PDT

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    •  Not so sure it would be hard to find (4+ / 0-)
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      though. It's not unlisted, I hate to say.

      Civil marriage is a civil right.

      by stitchmd on Mon Oct 08, 2007 at 06:31:21 PM PDT

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    •  Hmm. .. wonder if the (4+ / 0-)

      woodworker/designer father has done the improvements and remodeling himself?  Duh. . . .

      •  Yes (2+ / 0-)
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        I know the Frosts - my son was in the same class with Greame when they had the accident and they live in the neighborhood I bought my first house in. Yes- he has been remodeling slowly. Last time I was there the living area was largely done. The business is on the 1st floor - mostly workshop and storage space. It is not a 'lavish' home. It is a rowhouse built in the late 1880=s needing TLC. The family could not afford the neighborhood now.
        I bought my house there for 18k in 1981 and renovvated over 13 years, selling it for 73k. My old house last sold for almost 300k but I think the last 2 owners put on a roof deck, redid all my work, and probably yuppied it up. The Graeme's house was probably a shell since they bought after I moved out. It is still not a great neighborhood - I moved out because I was planning to have kids.

        •  nice neigborhood (0+ / 0-)

          I second most of what you say, except it is becoming a great neighborhood. It is a lot more kid friendly than when I moved in, and the public schools are improving rapidly. The biggest recent change is a lot more Latino families, which is making the soccer league much more interesting and has revitalized many of the neighborhood churches. It's still Baltimore city, there are some problems, but it is a very nice place to live.

          •  nice neighborhood (0+ / 0-)

            I loved the neighborhood - I moved because of the lead paint etc in the old houses including mine after I did the renovations I could afford. The fact that the public school sucked was another reason. I still visit and still live in the city. If I didn't have kids...I would be there still. My neighbors were family.
            But it is still (after 30 years of slow gentrification) an urban neighborhood with urban problems.

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