4 Old Houses with Charming Kitchens
332 Sharon-Goshen Turnpike, West Cornwall, CT
Old house kitchens are delicate business. It’s quite the dance, capturing a period in time while also packing in just enough contemporary essentials to survive. When executed correctly, though, it’s utterly satisfying. These seamlessly incorporated kitchens are inside of increeeeedible houses, so you have to take a look around each one to get the full experience.
1. 152 NE 93rd St, Miami Shores, FL – $674,790
3 beds/2 baths
2,667 sqft, 0.24 acres
This Miami Shores home was designed by architect Edwin Corbelli and it’s truly one of the most unique homes I’ve ever seen. There is shelving made out of real coral! I love the terrazzo floors, Italian mosaic glass tile bathtub, and the perfectly charming kitchen that just fits.
2. 332 Sharon-Goshen Turnpike, West Cornwall, CT – $1,085,000
3 beds/3.5 baths
2,483 sqft, 11.57 acres
This c. 1740 authentic Cornwall estate has 2 fireplaces, a wood stove, exposed beams and the photos alone exude warmth and coziness. The kitchen is a beautiful continuation of the natural wood and subtle refinement.
3. 384 Main St, Amagansett, NY – $3,375,000
5 beds/5 baths
3,000 sqft, 0.51 acres
Looking for a summer retreat? This Amagansett village farmhouse is filled with sunlight and the wide plank floors are original and perfectly restored throughout. This kitchen is retro in all the best ways and perfect for entertaining.
4. 39 Old Snake Hill Road, Pound Ridge, NY – $1,250,000
4 beds/3.5 baths
3,049 sqft, 5.78 acres
This c. 1860s barn was converted by Vito Fosella, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. Mid-Century design elements marry old stone construction with gorgeous results.
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AUTHOR ALIX ADAMS
Alix is CIRCA’s Properties Manager. She relishes working directly with homeowners and real estate agents to track down new stewards for homes with secrets to keep and stories to tell! On a lifetime mission to visit every great flea market in the world, she’s probably going to need a bigger old house soon.