From virtually the moment you enter some apartments, the sense may emerge that something is very wrong.
Although a bad smell, a rundown appearance or a suffocating gloom can be the source of the sense, a bastardized layout also can account for a more subtle — if no less offputting — reaction
Such is the case for a co-op or condo that has been chopped from a larger one and, frequently, an apartment that has been combined from one or two adjacent units.
Two apartments in the low 100s suffer from such a disconcerting burden. Continue reading