I bet every buyer who recently purchased a modern style home, one that does not have an obsolete floorplan, that conforms the the life patterns of a 2013 lifestyle would argue they were not UNREASONABLE! They would say they paid what the market required.
The context of your question suggests you have a 'vintage' or historic home for sale. You must know your buyer profile, use the right words, create the attachemnt and make sure the buyer who values such homes know about it.
I think the steaks at Outback or unreasonably prices until the sizzle crosses my path. Then I want an Outback steak. You have the same challenge. Make your home in Stanten Island sizzle in front of the right buyer, not the buyer who is a committed vegan.
You can't sell a vintage home to those seeking 2010 or newer construction without a MAJOR price compromise. Likewise those who dispise the oppulence of newer construction will value those hardwood floors. Hire a Stanten Island real estate professinal who know how to market your home.