What Kitchens Look Like in Houses That Cost $5,000,000 

published Oct 9, 2019
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Most of us won’t be buying multimillion-dollar homes anytime soon, but one can dream, right? One can! And that’s why we’ve written this story! Feast your peepers on the following eye candy: Ten luxury kitchens in on-the-market $5 million homes from coast to coast. They may vary in style and design, but they’re all guaranteed to make you drool.

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1. Miami Beach, Florida

Listing Price: $4,750,000

For those who just can’t get enough marble in their decor, the kitchen of this condo is sure to satisfy. Not only is it decked out in Calcutta marble, but it also features Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances and gray oak floors.

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2. New York, New York

Listing Price: $4,995,000

Fresh off a $1.3 million renovation, this Lincoln Square condo features a transitional-style kitchen. Walnut cabinetry with lattice detailing warms up the Calacatta marble countertops and backsplash. Appliances — including under-counter freezer drawers — are top-of-the-line.

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3. Bridgehampton, New York

Listing Price: $4,995,000

Don’t let the traditional cedar-shingle style of this home fool you — it’s packed with modern amenities. The spacious gray-and-white kitchen boasts a dual Viking range, a French door fridge, and two sinks. Plus, there’s so much storage you won’t know what to do with it.

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4. Washington, D.C.

Listing Price: $4,999,000

True, the sleek white kitchen in this home has a Sub-Zero fridge, a Miele dual-convection microwave wall oven, and a Miele eight-burner range. But we’re most excited about one appliance in particular: the Miele coffee system. Latte, anyone?

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5. Denver, Colorado

Listing Price: $4,800,000

Organic materials meet minimal design in this modern ranch home. The open and airy kitchen, which melds seamlessly with the living room and a cozy adjacent seating area, has a duo-tone color scheme, stone countertops, and a dual range.

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6. Bedford, New York

Listing Price: $5,500,000

This French country farmhouse has charm written all over it. The inviting kitchen is no exception, with a large marble-topped island (with shelving to store cookbooks), Spanish tile, and detailed woodwork. Home cooks will appreciate dual stacked ovens in addition to a Wolf range.

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7. Seattle, Washington

Listing Price: $4,750,000

An appealing bay window is the focal point of this elegant home. (Imagine doing dishes in the farmhouse sink while gazing out at the verdant yard.) Other perks include seemingly endless counter space and a large peninsula with seating for four.

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8. San Francisco, California

Listing Price: $4,995,000

If you can take your eyes off the endless city views from this home, you’ll discover a modern yet warm and welcoming kitchen with custom cabinetry, marble countertops, and stainless steel appliances. The large waterfall island overlooks a seating area.

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9. Santa Fe, New Mexico

Listing Price: $4,900,000

Ever want a house that comes with a name? Known as Casa La Luna, this hacienda-style estate dates back to the 1920s. The kitchen offers stainless steel appliances and ample countertops, made from granite sourced from the building site. And there’s a butler’s pantry to boot.

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10. Los Angeles, California

Listing Price: $4,848,000

Looking for a good party house? This home, in the Beverly Grove neighborhood, is it. The first-floor layout is totally open, and the custom kitchen is sure to be the center of all the action. Highlights include a 100-bottle wine refrigerator, a breakfast area, and a large walk-in pantry.

Which one of these is your favorite?