This week’s question: What’s the most common distraction in a home that may turn off potential buyers?
The CORE agent verdict: Clutter!
It seems like a fairly standard and obvious answer, but agents across the board are always faced with the challenge of getting sellers to de-clutter. CORE agent Debbie Batres explains that “In New York City, space is hard to come by and walking into a space where most of the apartment is covered in ‘things’ lessens the appearance of usable square feet.”
Flatiron hasn’t lost steam since becoming the next hottest neighborhood in Manhattan. With a healthy supply of historic and lofty homes, there’s always something new to check in on. And speaking of, we thought we’d take a moment to see what fresh offerings are in and around Flatiron. Check out the diverse array below.
One of the most handsome apartments we’ve seen hit the market in a while, this condominium in the restored Beaux Arts beauty at 141 Fifth Avenue offers great design, high-end finishes and ceilings that top 10′, a rarity in pre-war buildings of this era. The 1,203 square feet are smartly laid out with custom details, like an English-style kitchen and mosaic tiling in the bathrooms. When looking through the listing photos, just remember, the adorable dog does not come with the apartment.