A super luxe range gives a kitchen a certain je ne sais quoi

By Jennifer Laing | July 28, 2017 - 11:59AM 

The kitchen at 15 East 69th Streeta three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo (on the market for $5.495 million)—features ample counter space, custom cabinetry and a top of the line La Cornue range with a hood that vents outside.

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While a top of the line range (think fancy European versions like La Cornue, Bertazzoni, Lacanche, and more) may not transform your home cooking to restaurant quality, its elegant and often retro design is sure to add a super-stylish accent to your kitchen. Here, six prime examples.

For $29 million, you can snap up this 8,000-square-foot six-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom condo at 230 West 56th Street, with a massive open kitchen that centers around an almost six-foot long, racing green La Cornue Château range with a bank of matching storage drawers. 

This renovated townhouse at 417 East 84th Street (going for $9 million) boasts a kitchen/dining room with exposed brick, a decorative fireplace and modern fixtures, including Poggenpohl cabinetry with espresso Silestone countertops, a SubZero fridge and a Lacanche compact Chagny triple oven. 

In Bed-Stuy, a Renaissance Revival brownstone at 538 Decatur Street (priced at $1.895 million) has a garden-level eat-in kitchen with a double-welled soapstone sink and a period-styled five-burner AGA Legacy range nestled into the chimney and accented by restored (and updated) original glass-doored cabinetry. 

Based on an original 1925 mode, this Heartland Classic range adds a touch of retro style to this kitchen, within a three-bedroom, three-bathroom co-op at 130 East 66th Street (on the market for $3.499 million).

Finally, the chef's kitchen of this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom condo at 200 East 79th Street (yours for $4.950 million) is outfitted with a top-of-the-line Bertazzoni range with a vented hood.



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