6 NYC kitchens big enough to cook a turkey (and all the fixins)
By Lucy Cohen Blatter |November 26, 2014 - 9:59AM
While we worry about how we'll make the turkey and the sides in our tiny kitchens, the chefs who get to cook in these massive kitchens can revel in a space big enough for whipping up a proper feast.
This $8 million Tribeca loft has so much storage space we'd need to buy more pots and pans just to fill the cabinets, and streamlined wood means you'd never know there was a fridge in there. Because seriously, how gauche is a recognizable fridge?
Despite the fact that this $8.75 million Upper West Side brownstone has up to six bedrooms and five bathrooms (!), it's this kitchen that clinches it for us. It's huge, and it's got top-of-the line appliances, rustic Spanish tiles, custom cabinets and an open dining area. Plus, a wall of windows looks onto a 37-foot garden.
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