Well, it looks like Boca Beach Boy Steven Ingersoll is not letting grass grow under his...feet.
Although the government is seeking a restraining order to preserve Ingersoll's real estate for expected seizure, Ingersoll has gone and listed the former Sanford Green house on 1501 Center Avenue, and the property has a $48,000 asking price.
Telling the Bay City Times that Bay City has "the most extraordinary housing stock in the state; we've just mismanaged it," Ingersoll once proposed a $300,000 historically correct restoration of Judge Sanford Green's house at 1501 Center Avenue, across the street from his own home. Green was one of the most notable individuals to come out of Bay City, having risen to the level of Supreme Court justice and having written much of Michigan's original code.
Ingersoll planned to make the judge's former home into four apartments, two of them one-bedroom and two of them two-bedroom. (The property was on the National Register of historic buildings.)
Ingersoll reportedly planned to construct "executive apartments" in the building, but the only tenants today are a growing commune of squirrels.
So can Ingersoll do this?
I guess so, until someone catches him...oh, wait! I just did!