The Least and Most Useful Luxury Home Features

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September 01, 2015

Chef’s kitchens look nice and contain dozens of tools, gadgets, and appliances that could be useful. That is, if you’re a professional chef.

Realtor.com set out to determine if some luxury house items and rooms are worth the money or not. The site says that many aspects of the chef’s kitchen aren’t suitable for most average homebuyers. Giant stoves are too big, pot fillers are redundant, and warming drawers end up as storage spaces.

Also, home gyms and whirlpool tubs have found to be fun novelties but often go unused. So, what is worth getting? Buyers enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows, heated floors, and granite countertops.

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