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5 Dreamy Hamptons Kitchens Perfect for Holiday Cooking

The holidays are around the corner, which means there are plenty of ambitious family meals and delicious treats to whip up. If slaving away in a cramped cooking space sounds like no fun, check out these five dreamy Hamptons kitchens from homes now on the market. With luxurious details and top-notch equipment, they’re perfect for holiday cooking and entertaining.

We begin with this beauty at 37 Noyack Bay Ave. in Sag Harbor, where the gorgeous all-white kitchen looks out through huge windows (and multiple skylights) onto Noyack Bay.

Asking $9.9 million, the Noyack Bay home has plenty of notable features besides its kitchen. Come warmer weather, all the great meals you fix up can be enjoyed on a private patio by the water.

Now here’s something special: a restored, historic cottage at 153 Deforest Road in Montauk, where period accuracy doesn’t subtract one bit from modern convenience. This home sits on a bluff over the Atlantic, and enjoys ocean views from many rooms — including the kitchen.

 

For $14.9 million, you’d expect a suite of contemporary amenities, and the top-of-the-line kitchen appliances and butcher-block countertops in this Montauk classic don’t disappoint.

This home at 49 East Hollow Road in the Georgica area of East Hampton has a chef’s kitchen if we’ve ever seen one, with acres of counter space, dual ovens and sinks, a six-burner range, a wine fridge, and more.

The large, amply outfitted kitchen befits this massive, $6.995 million house, which has nearly 7,000 square feet of living space. There’s a sizable wine cellar downstairs, too, making this East Hampton place all but foodie heaven.

The kitchen at 53 Sagg Main St. in Sagaponack is similarly well-outfitted, but strikingly different in style, continuing the industrial-barn aesthetic of this open, modern house.

The $15 million new construction home is not just industrial in its looks, either. With a vast oven range and hood, dual sinks, wine fridge, subway-tiled walls, and walk-in pantry, this kitchen could practically support a restaurant.

The Bridgehampton house at 535 Old Sag Harbor Road is so in love with food and wine that it puts them front and center: Its refurbished, granite-countered kitchen lies practically right within the living room.

And within the living room itself, a glass-walled, climate-controlled wine cellar sits next to the fireplace and becomes a visual focus. It’s one of several unique features at this $2.895 million home.


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