Apt. too good to be view

New York Post - - NEWS - Kathianne Boniello

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.

PANEFUL: The pre-con­struc­tion view a B’klyn seller promised: suit

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