Here’s What Kitchens Look Like in Houses That Cost $2,000,000 

published Oct 1, 2019
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We’re guessing most of you don’t live in a house that costs two million bucks. (We don’t either!) But that doesn’t mean we’re not curious to see what the insides of those homes look like. Call it nosy, call it voyeuristic … we just like to call it inspiration! To give you an idea of what kind of kitchen $2 million can buy these days, we rounded up 10 residences currently on the market from coast to coast.

Here’s what kitchens look like in homes that cost a cool two mill. (Or there about.)

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1. Battery Park, New York City

Listing Price: $2,173,000

In this apartment in Battery Park City, New York, you can enjoy sunset views while prepping dinner, thanks to this kitchen’s western and northern exposures and bank of windows. The space features ample storage and upgraded appliances.

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2. Miami, FL

Listing Price: $2,175,000

White on white on white is the theme of the minimalist kitchen in this Miami home. Flooded with natural light, the room boasts stainless steel appliances, waterfall stone countertops, and a super-sized center island.

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3. North Salem, NY

Listing Price: $1,945,000

Traditional style meets modern convenience in the kitchen of this North Salem, New York, ,home. Making dinner would be a breeze thanks to amenities like a pot filler, a gas stove, and a large butcher-block island. The farmhouse sink is a plus, too.


4. Chicago, IL

Listing Price: $2,000,000

Chicago living doesn’t get much more stylish than this whole-floor loft, featuring the most minimal kitchen we’ve ever seen. The lack of handles on the cabinets, stovetop, ovens, and disguised fridge lend a futuristic vibe, while wood warms up the contemporary space.

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5. Southampton Village, NY

Listing Price: $1,995,000

We can’t decide what we love most about the kitchen of this Southampton house: the ample prep space, the dark granite countertops, the large skylight, the SubZero fridge (with glass door), or the coffee bar.


6. Los Angeles, CA

Listing Price: $2,077,000

You’ll swoon for this remodeled Spanish-style home in Los Angeles, with a bright white kitchen boasting ample storage space. Complete with a dual range and stone slab backsplashes, the space is perfectly located by the dining room and a breakfast nook.


7. Austin, TX

Listing Price: $1,999,899

Fans of transitional style will love the warm, inviting aesthetic of this Austin home. The kitchen follows suit with warm wood cabinetry, a mosaic backsplash, and a tonal beige color scheme. Modern touches include dual Wolf ranges and stainless steel microwave and dishwasher.


8. Denver, CO

Listing Price: $1,920,000

The open concept of this Denver home makes the kitchen the center of all the action — and perfect for entertaining. The windows bathe the room in light, the island provides ample seating, and a wall of floating shelves prevents the space from feeling boxed in.

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9. Chelsea, New York City

Listing Price: $2,095,000

Soaring 13-foot ceilings seem to add extra space to the kitchen in this Chelsea loft. A subway tile backsplash, cabinets with glass windows, stainless steel appliances, and counter seating are highlights of the chic black-and-white space.


10. Washington, D.C.

Listing Price: $2,195,000

An eye-catching light fixture — hovering over a waterfall counter island — is the focal point of the kitchen in this Washington, D.C., penthouse apartment. This home is as smart as it is gorgeous. Could you have guessed a powder room and storage were concealed behind the wall?

If you had the money, which one would you pick?