Why Kitchens Sell Homes

 In reading the Atlanta Journal Constitution, a "Homes" piece about an Atlanta-based Coca Cola executive being drawn to a European-style home in Sandy Springs, a particular comment caught our eye.

When looking at the home prior to purchasing, "after Lee Kravitz saw the kitchen, she didn’t need to check out the rest of the house. It begged for crowds,” said Lee, 39, an executive in global marketing for Coke. “We love to entertain. It was everything that made us feel it was home.' Christopher Oquendo, AJC"

In their new home, the Kravitzes have three dishwashers, two prep sinks, a 48-inch Viking range, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a wine cooler, all set in a room with stone archways. 

After moving in, the couple added their own touches, such as four stools around the island made from red wine barrels. Christopher Oquendo, AJC

You can see more of this beautiful Atlanta home, here: Coca-Cola execs drawn to European-style house


  1. I agree that kitchens sell homes, especially the way you put it. Although having some extra features (i.e. solar panels or a sunroom) won't hurt.


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