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Outdoor kitchens sure to turn the average summer BBQ into a 5-star feast

By Jennifer Laing | July 8, 2016 - 2:45PM 

This four-bedroom, seven-bath Tribeca loft at 137 Franklin Street (on the market for $17.5 million) features an outdoor kitchen with custom cabinetry, a refrigerator, ice maker, and sink, all cleverly hidden behind custom accordion doors when not in use.

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The average grill is just fine for serving up a perfectly satisfying meal of burgers and hotdogs, but for a proper summer spread, you need an outdoor kitchen, complete with prep spaces, cabinets, a cooktop, and more. These terraces all fit the bill—and then some.

In the East Village, a two-bedroom, three-bath duplex in a boutique condo building at 64 East 1st Street (yours for $3.5 million) has a landscaped private garden with plenty of room for a range of kitchen appliances, not to mention space left over for dining.

The 1,365-square-foot terrace of this combo four-bedroom, five-bath penthouse condo at 126 West 22nd Street (listed at $12.995 million) boasts a hot tub and a full kitchen (so you can snack while you soak!).

At 215 Sullivan Street, a 2,798-square-foot three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath penthouse (priced at $9.995 million) includes an 808-square-foot private roof terrace with a private outdoor kitchen kitted with a sizable sink and generous counterspace.

Finally, this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo at 224 West 18th Street (on the market for $11.996 million) has a private roof deck complete with a fully equipped chef’s kitchen overlooking incomparable views of lower Manhattan.

 

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