Written By Zio Baritaux | 11.9.18
ith the holidays approaching, our thoughts turn to festivities with all the trappings. We’re already imagining elaborate Thanksgiving dinners with family and holiday cocktail parties with friends, and dreaming of the kitchens to cook in and host our guests. Here are properties with kitchens to make all your holiday entertaining dreams come true:
A Contemporary Kitchen in Cobble Hill
The four-story brownstone at 219 Kane Street includes five bedrooms, three and a half baths and two kitchens (one on the parlor floor and another on the garden level). On the second floor, the bright and airy kitchen features exposed brick, white cabinets and brass accents, along with two sinks and ovens, an eat-in island that seats five and a separate sitting area. For more information on 219 Kane Street, get in touch with Corcoran agents Leslie Marshall or James Cornell.
Fit for a Gourmet in Greenwich Village
The four-bedroom three-and-a-half-bath full-floor loft at 704 Broadway balances a modern design with period details. Built in 1896, the loft features brick- and barrel-vaulted 13-foot ceilings and five cast-iron columns coupled with modern design elements. The bright and open kitchen comes with custom cabinetry, a sizable island and high-end appliances (including double Viking ovens). Upping the entertaining factor are a wet bar and a 1,000-bottle temperature-controlled wine room. For more information on 704 Broadway, get in touch with Corcoran agent Julie Pham.
An Upper East Side Kitchen With Character
Nestled on a tree-lined street in the Treadwell Farms Historic District, the renovated five-bedroom, four-bath townhouse at 209 East 61st Street features stunning architectural details, including original parquet hardwood floors, crown moldings and five fireplaces. In the kitchen, custom cabinets and top-of-the-line appliances provide form and function, while exposed beams and bricks add character and charm. For more information on 209 East 61st Street, get in touch with Corcoran agent Charlie Attias.
Marble Masterpiece in the West Village
If the Gregio Carnico Italian marble countertops and backsplash don’t make you swoon a little, the outfitting — including appliances by Miele, Sub Zero, Wolff, and Dornbracht — surely will. The heart of a sprawling four-bedroom townhome in the West Village’s full-service 150 Charles Streetresidential building, this chef’s kitchen features metallic-lacquer custom millwork and breakfast-bar seating for five on a center island. For more information on 150 Charles Street, Apartment M5, get in touch with Corcoran agent Peter Zaitzeff.