4 Luxurious Kitchens In New York?s Most Expensive Homes

4 Luxurious Kitchens In New York?s Most Expensive Homes
Who wants to be a billionaire? Okay, put your hands down. We may not all accumulate the wealth to buy a one of New York?s most expensive homes but we can certainly dream a little. If there?s anything we might come close to emulating from New York?s top-tier properties in our own houses it is with kitchen appliances.

Here?s a look at some of the most expensive Manhattan listings currently on the market and the luxurious kitchens inside them. The larger apartments have the same appliances as smaller ones, so get your shopping lists ready!

635 West 42nd St., #45

635 West 42nd St, #45

Priced at a heart racing $85 million is 635 West 42nd St., # 45. This full floor home in the Atelier Condo comes with another half floor on the 44th floor to make it a stadium like 15,000 sq ft duplex.

There are a ton of outrageous perks involved with the purchase. These include 2 seats on a trip to outer space on Richard Branson?s Virgin Galactic. Clearly the amenities match the stratospheric asking price.

The cost of the stainless steel Bosch kitchen appliances (dish washer, refrigerator, cooktop, oven and microwave) are a little more down to earth.

432 Park Avenue, PH95

432 Park Avenue, PH95

Slightly less expensive (what?s a mere $3mil?) at $82 million is 432 Park Avenue, PH95 in Midtown Manhattan. The six bedroom, seven bathroom penthouse has its own library, wood-burning fireplace and panoramic exposures.

Miele stainless steel appliances include a cooktop wall oven, wine cooler and double dishwashers. There?s also a built in coffee system.

8 East 62nd St

8 East 62nd St

The Upper East Side boasts one of the most luxurious townhouses in all of Manhattan. The 1903 Beaux Arts mansion at 8 East 62nd St. is a six-story limestone with 15,000 sq ft of living space with a quite breathtaking renovation.

Check boxes for private elevator, library, billiards room, marble staircase, guest suite, spa massage room and wine cellar. The kitchen upgrade includes top notch Miele appliances: a cooktop, wall oven, island mount hood and built in coffee system.

Heading downtown to 11-13 West 10th Street in Greenwich Village, NYC a 55-Ft wide single family mansion is the height of urban splendor. Newly renovated with over 16,000 square feet the $59,500 priced building comes with slew of upper end stainless steel appliances including a Viking stove, double wall oven and Miele Dishwasher.

You may not have the home of a billionaire but at least your kitchen can come close.
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