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Six oversized eat-in kitchens that make a dining room redundant

The eat-in kitchen of this five-bedroom penthouse condo at 29 East 10th Street (on the market for $10.250 million) features over 11’ ceilings and a working fireplace for chilly mornings">29 East 10th Street (on the market for $10.250 million) features over 11’ ceilings and a working fireplace for chilly mornings.

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Do you really need a dining room? Not if you have a kitchen large enough to seat the whole family—and then some. Here, six homes with eat-in kitchens that will do you fine. Just add a table and some chairs and you're good to go.

At 178 Eighth Avenue (listed at $6.75 million) in Park Slope, a five-bedroom, five-bath Romanesque townhouse features two large eat-in kitchens, including this one with La Cornue range, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher, and offering plenty of room for a large table and chairs.

Meanwhile, this Federal-era home at 13 Pineapple Street in Brooklyn Heights (yours for $10.5 million) boasts a state-of-the-art country-style kitchen with a breakfast nook tucked under a bay window that looks the lovely backyard garden.

The windowed eat-in kitchen features of this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo at 120 East End Avenue (priced at $9.5 million) is outfitted in St. Charles stainless-steel cabinetry, Sub-Zero and Viking appliances, and accented with crystallized white glass countertops and marble floors.

Constructed in 1910, this 4,600-square-foot townhouse at 105 West 11th Street features a French country kitchen with a farmhouse sink, commercial grade range, and copper counters—plus plenty of space for a large table in front of a woodburning brick hearth.

Finally, at 3 East 94th Street, a six-story townhouse (for sale at $29.5 million) includes a large eat-in kitchen with a fireplace and banquette seating area, plus custom cabinets and cream marble countertops, a La Cornue five-burner stove, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, and not one but two Miele dishwashers.

 

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