By Bao Ong | January 2, 2017 | Home & Real Estate
Your goals for the new year likely involve eating more healthfully. These kitchens offer plenty of inspiration for you to cook at home, whether you’re looking to keep your resolutions to eat well or expand your culinary horizons.
West Village apartments aren’t typically known for having tons of square footage, but this unit in The Shephard boasts four expansive bedrooms, and the kitchen doesn’t disappoint either. Custom-painted and mahogany cabinets line the kitchen and handsome granite counters are perfect for prepping your meals. The newest Miele appliances are ideal for roasting vegetables to keep your diet on track—or baking that pie when you feel like indulging instead. $11.98 million; contact Stribling agents Alexa Lambert, 212-452-4408, Libby Leahy, 917-816-2940
This 4,000-square-foot double-corner loft in the Dietz Lantern Building is the epitome of Tribeca loft living. The sprawling kitchen enjoys plenty of natural light from a plethora of windows, the appliances could just as easily be found in a restaurant, and, perhaps best of all, there’s a sprawling center island with plenty of space for all the food production. $9 million; contact Halstead agent Richard Orenstein, 212-381-4248
Customized touches make this penthouse duplex truly shine at One Beacon Court. The living room has 24-foot tall ceilings and the dressing rooms all feature built-in custom cabinetry. In the kitchen, however, you’ll find state-of-the-art appliances, a sleek black absolute granite counter, and a to-die-for view as your slice and saute away. After the big meal? You can retire to the nearby media and entertaining room. $67.5 million; contact Douglas Elliman agents Richard J. Steinberg, 212-350-8059, Matthew Slosar, 212-350-8058
This five-story single-family townhouse is perfect for hosting a party or just having a few family and friends over. The kitchen is worthy of a Michelin-starred chef with its professional-grade appliances, two dishwashers, a wine cooler, and plenty of storage. And if you really need some inspiration, it might be worth knowing that this home has ties to Julia Child—Meryl Streep, who played her in Julie & Julia, lived here. $28.5 million; contact Corcoran agents Pamela Johananoff, 212-848-0489, Leighton Candler, 212-937-6677, Bradley Comisar, 917-494-7400
This former church space is converted into a unique townhouse with views of the former Cathedral. The smart layout means you’ll find a spacious kitchen lined with handsome marble countertops, upscale cabinetry, and a precious La Cornue stove. And if you want to grow your own herbs in the warmer months, a bi-level garden with an outdoor kitchen is just steps away. $25 million; contact CORE agent Patrick V. Lilly, 212-612-9681