Here at One Block Over, we usually hunt for good deals on housing in New York City. Sometimes, though, we all just want to window-shop. To help with that, here are 10 apartments with stunning kitchens currently for sale — some incredibly expensive, but all terribly fun to look at. Browse away, or check out more new apartments for sale.

This 6-bedroom loft-style townhouse in Tribeca tops our list of eye candy kitchens for good reason. Back in the 1910s, the building literally was a candy kitchen, home to Heide Candy Company, makers of Jujubes, Red Hot Dollars and Gummi Bears. Today, this sweet little slice of Tribeca history will set you back $11.5 million.
A seamless flow of indoor and outdoor space is the central feature of this historic five-story brownstone on the Upper West Side. Through gracious floor-to-ceiling sliding doors, the kitchen opens out directly onto a sunny south-facing patio. This property is asking $15 million, which calculates to $1,710 per square foot.
This 6-bedroom Victorian beauty in Ditmas Park is high on character and style.  Case in point are the bold, striped colors in the kitchen. And trust us, that’s only the beginning. Everything about the interior design of this home pops. This gem can be yours for $2.545 million.
A lot of luxury homes come with kitchens touting marble, European-engineered appliances and stainless steel finishes. This Lenox Hill townhouse has all that and more, offering a look-through gas fireplace, an eat-in peninsula, custom cabinetry and a walk-in pantry. All this luxury goodness will cost you $15.995 million.
How much would you pay to post up in the breakfast nook of this oversized Upper West Side kitchen with a cup of coffee and a crossword? Well, the asking price is $8.5 million so that’s the starting point.
The French country vibes are strong at this Central Park West penthouse, especially in the kitchen where there’s a cozy breakfast banquette waiting for you and your croissant. How much is $14.5 million in Euros?
Here’s another charming breakfast area with French windows and lovely views looking out over a private terrace. Listed for $11.9 million, the rest of this five-story Greenwich Village townhouse is pretty sweet, too.
Some old townhouses fall short on efficient use of space, but this $4.995 million Brooklyn Heights brownstone nails the contemporary open floor plan kitchen layout. Casual entertaining, family-style dinners and everyday cooking are all made easy by ample counter space and cabinetry.
Here’s an interesting blend of exposed brick and rough-hewn wooden beams paired with slick, wood floors, modern appliances and Corian countertops, which is why the kitchen at this Tribeca loft caught our attention. This 4-bedroom condo loft will set you back $10.998 million.
There’s a lot going on in the epic kitchen of this Upper West Side townhouse. Oversized chandeliers, expansive mantlepieces, a giant open-face clock, wine cooler, breakfast bar and stained glass all collide. It’s crazy and we’re into it. The $12.95 million asking price, however, we are less into.

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