yard borders shopping -- advantage or no?
I am in the process of interviewing realtors to sell our house and they just aren't sure what affect the shopping center next to our yard will have. Problem is, in order to walk to it you have to climb a hill. Once you are up the hill, you have a very short, but not easy, walk along a fence to a gate. Open the gate and you are in a giant shopping center (Target, and about a million other stores and restaurants. One can avoid the hill altogether if you cut through our neighbor's yard). It's about a three-minute walk, if that.
So I am wondering if I should even mention in the listing walking distance to shopping. It's easy for me to walk, but would be difficult for an older person due to the hill. Also, it's not obvious just looking from our yard that there is a path to the shopping center because it's through some trees. So should I even mention anything about the shopping. Play it up? Hope they don't notice how close we are? Would you consider it a good selling point? Thanks everyone. You always come through for me.