With Thanksgiving around the corner, you may be pining for a bigger kitchen. And while it may be too late for a move, there’s always next year. From River West to Edison Park, here are four stunners (at a variety of price points) where you’ll be able to manage the annual chaos.
This uniquely-shaped space fits the contours of a 1,750-square-foot River West loft — and boasts the long counter necessary for a serve-yourself Thanksgiving. There’s also plenty of cabinet space (not to mention stainless-steel appliances) The condo, which is set in a historic building built in 1906, boasts two bedrooms and two bathrooms, 12-foot ceilings, and a fireplace to digest by.
Built in 1920 and renovated for modern life, this home’s crown jewel is its galley kitchen (and breakfast bar). Along with stainless-steel appliances and white cabinetry, it boasts plentiful counter space, a built-in wine rack, and a stunner of a backsplash. It’s a beauty outside of the kitchen, too, with four-bedrooms, a fireplace, a back porch, and a yard.
This 2,400-square-foot Lincoln Park home boasts a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, a built-in oven, and hanging space for pots and pans. And tat center island isn’t just for your sous-chef: check the wine fridge below. Elsewhere, wrap-around windows bathe the three-bedroom home in natural light.
Set in a detached, three-level, four-bedroom Wicker Park home, this sleek kitchen with quartz waterfall counters is just one of many deal makers. Yet another? The 606 is just a block away.