Suppose $X$ is a $T_1$ space with an infinite set of isolated points. Show that if $X^\sharp = X \cup \lbrace \infty \rbrace$ is obtained by adding a single new isolated point, then $X$ and $X^\sharp$ are homeomorphic.
I am almost embarrased to raise this, which seems obvious. The proof must be simple, but it eludes me for now. Maybe it is an exercise in some textbook. You can clearly establish a 1-1 equivalence between the isolated points of $X$ and those of $X^\sharp$. But it is not clear how this equivalence would extend to the closure of the isolated points.
The theorem is easy when $X$ is compact $T_2$ and $cl(D) = \beta(D)$, where $D$ is the set of isolated points.