If that is in fact the boat, looks like the workmanship on some of the "improvements" is a bit rough. That headliner, if it is as thick knotty pine as it looks is putting weight where you don't want it (up high) and what were they hiding? The one shot of the settee where you can see the fixed sidelights, looks like there is some water leaking. Those aft chain-plates look pretty suspect from the distant shot. The cutting of the trim around the tachometer looks like it was done with a reciprocating saw and is not an indicator of quality work. And that green is well, quite green. While the engine is relatively new, it looks pretty dirty for how old it is, so that would need some investigation. Especially if they are saying it only has 4 hours on it? I would expect it to be shiny, and they should have cleaned up the engine compartment while putting it in. If the boat has such a great diesel why do they still have the outboard hooked up on the bracket on the stern with that great PVC extension? That green does not look like gelcoat, so by new gelcoat do they mean paint, what quality? If not done extremely well that will reduce the value because it will have to be sanded off to be done right. That new "frige" that is where the stove is supposed to be, again lowering value. New stove will be well over a grand, though it does list a "new Orgo stove" so it must be somewhere.
This is the Robert Perry version of the boat, so it has that going for it and should sail quite well. I love how he has what looks like a sheep skin rug on the v-birth, I remember how I wanted one as a pre-teen.
Image from sailboatdata.com if you are not familiar with it, is a great resource.
The price seems high especially for Florida (where prices seem quite low normally) so if you are really interested have a surveyor go over it and they will likely give a recommended price. Now it may sound like I just ripped the boat apart, but just the things I would look at if I were to look at the boat from the included shots. Keep in mind those are likely the best shots of the boat, and who knows how old. The biggest things that hit me are the chainplates and the engine does not look like it has 4 hours on it. If it were me replacing the engine I would have cleaned all the wiring up and repainted the engine bay before installing it, but that is me.