757 Carroll Street

Property Address:  757 Carroll Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

Property Owner:  757 Carroll Street, LLC, 5928 Glenoak Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21214*

Registered Agent for 757 Carroll Street, LLC:  George Spiers

City Council District and Contact: 11th District, William Cole

*This corporation is also registered at two other addresses:  1153 Maryland Route 3 N, Suite 12, Gambrills, MD 21054 and 7603 Harford Road, Suite 120, Baltimore, MD 21214.

This property was never winterized and as a result of a broken water pipe, water is spewing into the basement of the next-door neighbor.  The roof on the rear of the property has caved in, and the basement window is open to the elements, with only a small piece of plywood that doesn’t adequately cover the opening.

front of 757 carroll street

front of 757 carroll street

open window in front of 757 carroll street

open window in front of 757 carroll street

rear of 757 carroll street. note that the roof has caved in.

rear of 757 carroll street. note that the roof has caved in.

water running down carroll street from in front of 757

water running down carroll street from in front of 757

8 comments

  1. PPNA Matt

    The good news is that court records indicate that the house is in foreclosure for unpaid property taxes. The bad news is that the plaintiff in the case in Heidi Kenny. You may remember Ms. Kenny as the dirtbag attorney who tried to eject a second generation Canton resident over unpaid ground rent. The owner didn’t even know about the unpaid ground rent until a Sun reporter asked him if he knew that he was about to lose his house (he didn’t know about the ground rent issue because she mailed the bill to his deceased parents). Fortunately, Councilman Jim Kraft got involved got Ms. Kenny to back off.

    • slumlordwatch

      We do remember Ms. Kenny, and hope that her career as a real estate vulture quickly comes to an end. Taking people to court over a $50 overdue ground rent bill? How do you justify that one?

  2. anon.e.mouse

    The owner of the house next to this one estimates that his sump pump removed more than 10,000 gallons of freezing cold water, which ran across the sidewalk and down the street, from his basement.

    The city finally shut off the water leading into 757 on Sunday.

    • slumlordwatch

      Good to know that the city finally shut off the water. I wonder how much 10,000 gallons of water must have cost?

    • slumlordwatch

      This is good news. Hopefully the city will also board up the property and clean it so that it’s no longer a health and safety hazard to the people in the surrounding houses. Unfortunately, given the city’s track record, we won’t believe it until we see it.

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