Apt. too good to be view
A Brooklyn real-estate broker desperate to unload her $1.9 million Williamsburg condo before nearby construction obliterated its “money views” of Manhattan lied to secure the sale, the buyers claim.
Kristin Thomas-Senior admitted views from the bedrooms of her 1,460square-foot Kent Avenue pad would be blocked, but claimed the living room and kitchen would still have a “sublime panorama” with “sights that stretch from the very base of Manhattan’s South Street Seaport up through the iconic Midtown Skyline,” charge Lawrence and Angela Mann.
The couple, who say their views were wrecked within weeks of their May move-in, also claim in their $15 million Manhattan fraud suit that Thomas-Senior never revealed she was the owner as well as the property’s broker.
Thomas-Senior didn’t return calls for comment.
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