I will follow the unanimous advice of this community by getting a qualified expert review
Unanimous advice would be nice, but many times you may get conflicting advice. Here's a few I got:
My piano tech: "Don't ever move a piano by yourself," when I asked him about it.
Seller's piano tech: "I moved my piano couple of times by myself," when I asked him about saving moving cost.
My Concert player friend: "A used piano not been tuned 15+ years would almost likely get out of tune in a couple of months however many times may it be tuned," when I asked her about 25 year old Kawai piano.
My piano tech: "25 year old, one owner Kawai 803 that has rarely been played/tuned does not even need to be inspected and would never have a problem to be tuned and stay in tune for a long time," when I asked about the same piano.
One pianotech: "Weinbach 114 (? 15 year old 44 inch upright) far outperforms Yamaha U1/U3 and Kawai UST-7/8/9," when I asked him to compare a Weinbach to Yamaha/Kawai.
My pianotech: "I don't have much to say about Weinbach, but I can say Kawai 803 or any UST is a really good piano for the price," when I asked the same question.
These are just a few conflicting advice/comments I had got recently. I could hardly get a unanimous opinion from very experienced players and piano techs.