270 West End Avenue, #1S
This charming, country-style kitchen in an 1800-square-foot co-op has all the bells and whistles”a commercial range with interchangeable griddle and grill, plus a pastry slab and an ice-cream/gelato maker. It’s also so spacious, it feels like it belongs in a house.
Asking price: $1.699 million
Agents: Stephen Dore and Ann Guttman, Bond New York Photo: Courtesy of the Brokers
122 East 25th Street, #2FL
In this city, a three-bedroom, three-bath near a park”in this case, Madison Square park”is luxury enough, but a kitchen bigger than some studios with a full suite of appliances, including an indoor grill, two microwaves, a deep fryer and a wet bar, is a cook’s dream.
Asking price: $3.695 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $2,825
Agents: Satish Thakersey and Ann Morreel, Citi-Habitats Photo: Courtesy of the Brokers
22 Wooster Street, #4C
Where to start with the kitchen in this two-bedroom, three-bath loft? It’s pretty, true, but it’s the list of goodies that would make Food Network types drool, including a 48-inch Wolf dual-fuel range with gas and convection oven and professional range hood; two full-sized, branded dishwashers; two wine chillers; and”here’s the kicker”a beer tap and kegerator so you can keep the ale flowing when entertaining.
Asking price: $3.995 million
Monthly maintenance: $3,910.84
Agent: Joe Monteleone, Halstead Property Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
43 West 13th Street, #2
Step into this kitchen and you’ll likely find yourself daydreaming that you’re the star of a cooking show. This commercial-grade kitchen comes with a six-burner Wolf stove, a Plancha flat grill with broiler, three sinks (perfect for complicated prepping), a baker’s rack, and an actual pizza oven.
Asking price: $4.5 million
Monthly maintenance: $5,619
Agents: Sara Gelbard and Paul Kolbusz, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Brokers
561 Broadway, #7AB
This open kitchen is appropriately scaled for a 5,000-square-foot loft”in other words, it’s massive. A large, single slab of granite tops the wide island. A six-burner Viking stove, Sub-Zero fridge and wine-chiller, a “pasta extension” for the faucet and hand-made maple and glass cabinets complete the picture.
Asking price: $5.95 million
Monthly maintenance: $5,630
Agent: Patricia Dugan, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
625 Park Avenue
A working, woodburning fireplace anchors the extraordinary kitchen in this six-bedroom, six-bath apartment tucked in a 1929 co-op building designed by architect J.E.R. Carpenter. The cabinetry is made of Brazilian hardwood, and the kitchen is equipped with two ovens, wine coolers and a table for 10.
Asking price: $29.75 million
Monthly maintenance: $14,695
Agent: Robert Schulman, Warburg Realty Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
121 Pacific Street, Brooklyn
Fully-outfitted kitchens don’t always come at this price point, but this one-bedroom in Brooklyn has one. The concrete countertops were customized for the room, which also features a built-in table, cherry cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances.
Asking price: $699,000
Monthly maintenance: $990
Agent: Kathleen Moosher, Brown Harris Stevens Photo: Courtesy of the Broker