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Three of a Kind: Kitchens Made for a Thanksgiving Feast

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Where: 213 West 23rd Street
Size: 5 bedrooms/4.5 bathrooms/6,000 square feet
Asking: $8,950,000
Listed by: Emily Beare and Christian Rogers

It might be too chilly to gather with family and friends out on the 7,000 square feet of outdoor space that comes with this triplex penthouse, but no need to worry: 6,000 square feet of indoor space should do the trick. The spacious and sleek kitchen in this Chelsea masterpiece has ample counter space for cooking one of the longest kitchen islands around, so there’s plenty of room for side dishes. And when everyone needs to take a nap after the feast, 5 bedrooms should cover it. That’s not all though, we’ve got two more Turkey Day treats!

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Where: 38 Bethune Street
Size: 5 bedrooms/4.5 bathrooms/5,280 square feet
Asking: $14,950,000
Listed by: Vickey Barron

Thanksgiving in a West Village townhouse, everyone gathered around the kitchen and the food is almost ready. Sounds like a scene from a movie, right? Well, 38 Bethune Street is kind of like living in one (or at least a television show), with a kitchen that’s made for entertaining and being the focal point of the home. The two ovens can handle plenty of turkey, so invite the whole family. (Or not.)

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Where: 247 West 46th Street
Size: 2 bedrooms/2.5 bathrooms/ 1,400 square feet
Asking: $1,960,000
Listed by: Lindsee Silverstein

Great kitchens aren’t just for lofts and townhouses, and this apartment in the heart of Midtown is here to prove it. The listing speaks of the “high-end Thermador stainless steel appliances, a 36-inch refrigerator, gas cook top, quartzite countertops, 24-bottle wine cooler, garbage disposal, and white glass cabinetry”, which is enough to make even the most spacious suburban home a little envious. And an added goodie, you’re just steps away from the Thanksgiving Day Parade. Watch out for big balloons!