All you have to do to find your dream home in Detroit, Michigan, is browse through Instagram-worthy kitchens. (It’s a hard job, but somebody has to do it.) The Motor City has a variety of new construction homes that cost less than $260,000, with on-trend kitchens that make you actually want to cook.
If you’re of the active adult set and want to entertain in style, the Passport’s kitchen is the right layout for you. Del Webb’s open concept plan lets you whip up your favorite meals while your guest mingle in the living area, or they can pull up to the overhanging bar to snag some snacks and have a chat.
Luxury townhomes give you the best of all possible worlds. The Oak Plan by Robertson Homes has a sleek, modern kitchen perfect for entertaining and becoming the kitchen queen of Instagram. Lots of white cabinets look pretty and expand your storage space. Granite counters and plank flooring add a touch of luxury to this kitchen. 3. The Bradbury at Columbia Homes
Just try picking your favorite feature in this kitchen from Columbia Homes. We’ll wait. The dramatic backsplash, dark granite countertops and tall cabinets look beautiful, while the open space gives your inner Iron Chef plenty of room to cook. 4. The Abbeyville by Del Webb
The kitchen in the Abbeyville plan is full of Old World charm without being stodgy and has all the features your inner gourmet chef needs to create masterpieces. This open kitchen has a large island that expands the generous counter space, opening up the space so you don’t have to worry about having too many cooks in the kitchen. 5. The Aspen by Robertson Homes
This kitchen packs a big punch in a small space in this townhome from Robertson Homes. All of the high-end amenities are there, from stainless steel appliances to a chic subway-tile backsplash. A window over the sink adds natural light and helps make the space feel roomier.
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After graduating in 2016 from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in English, Sanda Brown became a content writer. At Builders Digital Experience (BDX), Sanda helps write and edit articles on HomLuv.com and NewHomeSource.com, writes website copy for builders, and manages a team of freelancers that work on additional content needs.