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Display Sale: “Something’s Gotta Give” Showroom Display
Price: $5,000 (includes the 36″ Wolf gas cooktop)

Posted: Mar 15, 2012 | by LCDQ | Comments (0)

In preparation for a new and exciting state of the art display at Hollywood Sierra Kitchens, we have decided to sell our existing Quality Custom Cabinetry display that we call “Something’s Gotta Give”. Inspired by the fantastic kitchen in the Hollywood film, our most popular white painted display has three wall cabinets and three base cabinets and measures 126.5″ wide by 118″ high. Note that the width includes extended stiles left and right, so it would have to be re-installed between two walls. The French Silk white paint on the cabinetry is accented with a brown glaze and the decorative latch hardware and hinge finish are satin nickel. The construction type is 1.5″ face frame with flush inset.  The display includes drawer accessories such as a flatware divider, spice drawer, and a can storage rack among other features. All the drawers are maple dovetail construction with full extension undermount glides. Moldings are included as shown. Also included with the cabinetry is a never-used 36″ Wolf gas cooktop and a 42″ stainless steel professional hood.  Walker Zanger Verde Borgogna marble top with dupont edge detail and backsplash are included, but they may suffer some damage when removed from the current location.  We’ll accept the best offer above $5,000. Also, the Rohl pot filler that you see in the picture is available for an additional $500.

(All sales are final and are sold “as is” — shipping and installation not included)

Please contact Gerry at Hollywood Sierra Kitchens for details!

 

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