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£65,000 kitchen for sale (only) £12,000
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Anotherjohn


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Post: #1
29-01-2014 07:54 PM

Arclinea Italia kitchen for sale.
http://www.architonic.com/pmsht/italia-arclinea/1127511

Anyone in Havelock Walk fancy this for your new conversion?

The units as currently configured in the pics is as follows:-

Island 1 -
White marble worktop
2 of 450 wide frosted glass fronted deep drawer units
600 dishwasher space with integrated door
600 cabinet with centre sink with Franke waste disposal
600 cabinet

Island 2 -
White marble worktop
Foster 900 gas hob with drawers below
600 drawer unit
300 pull-out unit
600 cabinet with sink & hose tap
600 bin cabinet with hole and lid in worktop
600 drawer unit

Main run of tall units 3150 long x 2130 high -
900 4-door integrated fridge freezer unit
900 oven housing unit (inc Siemens oven) with shutter cainet above and 2-door
cabinet below
900 bi-fold larder cabinet which extends by a further 280 into extension panel

Base & wall units run -
White marble worktop
1800 base unit with sliding frosted glass doors
1800 wall unit with sliding frosted glass doors

Massive 5ft long extractor hood included

Obviously there is some scope for reconfiguration to suit other rooms - and I may consider splitting.



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P1971


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30-01-2014 11:14 PM

Wish you changed your kitchen a couple of years ago when I did mine, cause thats a real bargain!

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Anotherjohn


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31-01-2014 02:13 PM

Thanks P, it is a bargain but it's still a lot of money.
The crazy thing is that my friend was just on her way to Benchmark Joinery this morning with £9,5000 in her bag to pay for a much smaller kitchen, which is nowhere near the quality of mine. I don't know who was more gutted, her for not having a big enough space to accommodate my kitchen, or me for not being able to take her money.
C'est la vie!

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P1971


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01-02-2014 12:46 AM

Hey Mr

It is a lot of money, but quality at that price is a bargain. Whoever snaps it up will be very lucky!

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BT


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01-02-2014 09:18 AM

It begs the question that after spending such a vast amount why you want to sell it, and what will you replace it with?

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edd


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01-02-2014 08:16 PM

Speaking as someone who spent a couple of years working in an industrial kitchen, cleaning that amount of steel is a pain in the ****** Laugh

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Anotherjohn


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01-02-2014 08:29 PM

You're not kidding Edd - I need to have a manicure every 3 days!

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rshdunlop


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01-02-2014 11:47 PM

Baby oil. For cleaning the steel, that is. I once got threatened with the sack when working in McDonalds because I opened a stainless steel cabinet by the handle (silly me) and leaving a fingerprint. Apparently we had to reach under and yank it open from the underneath to not mark it. I quit the same day.

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Anotherjohn


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02-02-2014 08:53 AM

rshdunlop

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Baby oil...For cleaning the steel


Using baby oil on a steel kitchen - or on infants for that matter - just goes against everything that stuff was REALLY meant for.

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edd


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02-02-2014 09:10 PM

WowBlush

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