Note: After my short break, normal frequency of posts resumes next week.
The agent grimaced when I asked at an open house how long her listing had been on the market.
“Forever,” was her one-word reply.
Checking out the two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath condo in Morningside Heights, I was underwhelmed by the $1,616-sf duplex. My chief objection: The lower floor is in the building’s basement down an exceedingly narrow flight of stairs.
To her credit, the listing broker in describing that subterranean space did not glorify it as anything more than a playroom, media room or perhaps gym.
The half bath is down there, and the light from window wells is negligible. It is a cave.
As for the rest of the apartment, Continue reading