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6 stunning kitchens for sale in D.C.

From the sleek to the spacious to the stainless steel appliances

For homebuyers, not every space in a residence is worth the same. Sometimes, there is more of an emphasis on amenities, whether or not cats and dogs are allowed, and, of course, price. For those homebuyers whose favorite space in the home is in the kitchen, Curbed DC has found six worth dreaming about.

With help from Estately, Curbed DC put together this list of the most eye-catching kitchens currently on the market in Washington, D.C. Expect sleek lines, high-end appliances, and bright, open spaces.

↑ In LeDroit Park, more specifically at 208 Elm Street NW, this renovated single-family home is up for grabs with this oh-so-modern, all-white kitchen. Here, homebuyers will be able to enjoy a spacious island with a built-in sink and a breakfast bar. From the looks of the listing photos, there is also a wood-burning fireplace available. The price totals $1,599,900.

↑ Next up in Georgetown, this sleek, award-winning Georgetown townhouse has landed on the market for $9,995,000 after a top-to-bottom renovation. Inside 3245 N Street NW, there is smart glass, geo-thermal heating, and most importantly this kitchen. Here, there are high-end appliances and a path to the Nanawall doors that open up to an ozone swimming pool.

↑ For $3,695,000, homebuyers are able to snag this super modern, Chinatown townhome at 475 H Street NW. Expect glass railings, modern fireplaces, and a quirky blue and yellow color scheme inside. In the kitchen, there is room for a long, large dining room table. There are also stainless steel appliances and recessed lighting.

↑ Next up is this Columbia Heights townhome. Located at 772 Girard Street NW Unit 2E, this listing was awarded the 2016 Best New Condo Project prize by Washingtonian Magazine. One reason why the home may have won was this kitchen. The glam space comes with subway tiling, open shelving, and wood accents. The price? $955,000.

↑ For those who want bright, open spaces rather than super sleek, modern lines, this Palisades kitchen at 4960 Rockwood Parkway NW is on the market for $3,695,000. Here, there are skylights, recessed lighting, and even a spacious island with a built-in sink. There is also an abundance of cabinet space that should be suitable for any homebuyer.

↑ Finally, for $3.5 million, this contemporary Georgetown condo located at 3329 Prospect Street NW Unit 4 is super eye-catching and definitely worth including. The chic space looks like something out of Dwell with a large island, green accents, and top-of-the-line appliances.

The 10 best eye-catching kitchens in the D.C. area [Curbed DC]