Six fab eat-in kitchens large enough to accommodate a multi-course feast
By Jennifer Laing |September 16, 2016 - 3:59PM
The chef’s kitchen of this five bedroom, six bathroom condo at 114 Liberty Street (on the market for $8 million) features a Viking stove, two Gaggenau ovens, a Troulsen refrigerator, zebra wood cabinets, Corian countertops and plenty of room left over for a table and chairs.
If your version of an “eat-in kitchen” is a room with enough space in which to lean over a countertop with a plate balanced in one hand, then dare to dream and imagine what it might be like to enjoy breakfast (or lunch or dinner) in one of these swish spaces.
At 65 Pineapple Street, a four-bedroom, four-bath townhouse (listed at $5.495 million) boasts a spacious, skylit eat-in kitchen with a Subzero refrigerator, Viking cooktop, Bosch oven, and direct access to a deck and garden beyond.
Treetop views spied via giant picture windows only add to the charm of the eat-in kitchen of this 16-room townhouse at 58 West 85th Street (priced at $8.995 million) that also includes terracotta tile floors, stone countertops, abundant cabinet-space, and a Thermador oven with grill that is vented out to an extractor fan on the roof.
The eat-in chef’s kitchen of this four-bedroom coop at 49 East 86th Street (asking price: $7.4 million) is outfitted with custom cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances, natural stone countertops, and ample storage throughout—not to mention a full-size washer and dryer, for convenient cleanup of tablecloths, napkins, and the like.
For a modern take on the eat-in kitchen, look no further than this sleek space in a four-bedroom, four-bath penthouse at 393 West End Avenue (for rent at $18,860/month) with its custom lacquer cabinetry and polished arctic quartz countertops and backsplash, plus a state-of-the-art Liebherr refrigerator, Bertazzoni gas range and microwave, Bosch dishwasher, and an Electrolux wine cooler.
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