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The extra-long, extra-wide, very open space has two work areas, each with a cooktop, refrigerator and sink.
The kitchen, for example, includes a 48-inch Viking cooktop, two Bosch dishwashers, two Sub-Zeros and a Wolf-brand double oven.
Students will cook using state-of-the-art gas and induction cooktops — set in quartz countertops — and vented by previously non-existent exhaust fans.
The first floor of 128 square feet featured seating, cabinets, a half-sized refrigerator, sink, cooktop and oven and a bathroom with a standard-sized toilet and shower unit.
The story and a half offers a gas cooktop, quartz counters, walk-in pantry and large covered deck perfect for entertaining or just relaxing.
The kitchen features granite counters, stainless steel appliances, a gas cooktop, butler’s pantry and an island.
The informal living area includes a wood-burning fireplace with gas starter and opens to the updated kitchen that features a name brand six-burner and griddle gas cooktop, double electric ovens and dishwasher.
The gourmet kitchen offers a six-burner gas cooktop, island with seating, double ovens and breakfast bar.
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Definition of cooktop for English Language Learners
: a flat piece of equipment for cooking that is built into a kitchen countertop and that usually has four devices (called burners) that become hot when turned on
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