clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

The 10 best eye-catching kitchens in Philly

New, 1 comment

And all of the homes are for sale

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, with turkey prepping/stuffing/frying and what have you underway in most kitchens around the city. So in the spirit of this upcoming holiday, we set out with the help of Estately to find the most eye-catching kitchens in homes currently for sale in Philly.

From a contemporary renovated kitchen in Society Hill to an old-world charmer in an old carriage house, here are 10 homes on the market with kitchens that will make even the most amateur chef envious.

↑ The blue cabinets in this Society Hill condo are accented with gold fixtures, including a 24-karat chandelier. Folks can hang around the large kitchen island while one cooks, or in the condo’s epic solarium. The price tag is $1.65 million.

↑ The kitchen in this Chestnut Hill home designed by Robert McGoodwin is just super warm and inviting. The backsplash is made of recycled glass and there’s a breakfast nook with a built-in bench behind the bar. Plus, there’s a large butler’s pantry with an extra sink when there are too many cooks in the kitchen. Asking price is $1.245M.

It’s all about style in this super classy kitchen, which boasts granite countertops and new appliances. And with the open floor plan, the chef won’t miss any action happening in the main living area. Asking price of this South Street loft is $830K.

↑ The kitchen in this gorgeous Chestnut Hill carriage house may look dated, but all of the appliances are new and there is a stainless steel double oven. Plus, you can’t beat the views and the old-world charm. Originally listed for $890,000, it’s now on the market for $795,000.

↑ Over in Old City, this sunny loft has a sweet industrial-style kitchen to go along with its warehouse vibes. Plus, the large refrigerator means extra space for leftovers. This listing includes two similar-style lofts for $1,699,000, but they can be sold separately.

↑ Hope you like checkered patterns, because this kitchen in the 1830 Rittenhouse is full of it. There’s also a separate breakfast room and a butler’s pantry—and four guest suites. The asking price is an impressive $5,025,000.

↑ Here’s another Robert McGoodwin-designed home in Chestnut Hill with a kitchen that offers country-style vibes. Not only is there a four-range gas stove, but there’s also a smaller electric stove when you run out of burners. The 5-bedroom home is pending sale, with the current price tag of $995,000.

↑ There’s a lot to like in this Barclay condo, from its pocket doors and library to its private art gallery. But the modern kitchen, shown here as an urban jungle, is pretty great, too. The price tag on this beaut is $4.685 million.

↑ Here’s something we all want after cooking Thanksgiving dinner for 30-plus people: Two dishwashers. This Chestnut Hill home has ‘em, plus a sweet stove and Corian, granite, and cherry counters. The price tag is $2.25 million.

↑ Aside from the multiple islands, double ovens, and overall sleek design, perhaps what’s most impressive about this Old City kitchen is that it was a shell of a building before undergoing a meticulous renovation. The asking price is down to $2.29 million after originally listing for $2.7 million.