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Mar 23, 2013 12:14PM
So many jealous comments below.  Everyone of these people would kill their boss for an opportunity to own one of these houses. If you've got it, flaunt it.  Have fun!
I would not give you a nickle with a hole in it for it. It looks cold . One saving grace I had a cat that would love to chace a marble around in it.
Mar 23, 2013 8:46AM
The more things change, the more they remain the same.  I remember when large kitchens were the norm.  Enough space for the whole family to get in there and help Mom cook the Thanksgiving feast, without tripping over each other or risking getting burned while squeezing past the oven.
Mar 23, 2013 8:41AM
No wonder alot of us are suffering from obesity, we live in the kitchen.  How many times have i heard that on HGTV.  Why would a person spend most of their time in the kitchen? Fix the meal, eat, clean up and get out for pity sakes. 
Mar 23, 2013 4:27AM
One would run themselves out of energy, cooking in such a huge kitchen.   What a waste of space!
Mar 23, 2013 3:55AM

A 3,000 square foot kitchen is larger than many eating establishments and is far larger than most anyone would ever need, and would be time consuming to keep clean.  I don't even need a house that big.  Basically, when I was working my house was a place I slept and stored my stuff, and now that I'm retired I know that in a few years this place will be plenty big enough for me to try to keep clean. 

Can you imagine people in their eighties puttering around a house that has a 3,000 square foot kitchen?   

Mar 23, 2013 2:28AM
Seems to me that the kitchen has turned into the new way to show off your dough.  Most people that request such a monstrousity of a room don't like to use it but prefer to see the green streaks in their friends that actually may use this room to it's fullest potential.  It has become the incredibly over-sized bedroom that no one could possibly use or that super-sized bathroom for all those that like to spend their day just perusing their appearance in the oversized mirror.  What a waste of time, resources,...and a life always wanting for the biggest and the best that money can buy.  I know that some would say I'm jealous but I really like knowing my house is almost paid for, I can clean it easily, afford the insurance and taxes and STILL  give my daughter a really nice wedding and I and my husband can take a  nice trip once or twice a year.  My children both went to college and we've got a nice retirement stashed away.  We couldn't do that if we were always after the next big American folly  that some designer has declared a must for the new home.
Mar 3, 2013 3:17PM
I'm exhausted just thinking about cooking in a three thousand foot kitchen!  I bet the average person would barely use a tenth of the space on a daily basis.  Something that big is probably for owners who don't cook, but have a large catering staff in for dinner parties.
Mar 2, 2013 5:17AM
Does this seem strange to anyone else? A super huge kitchen? Why?? To have 30 or 50 guests in your kitchen? People talk much better in smaller groups, maximum of twelve. I'm also thinking having carpet and a soft old couch is a much warmer and more comfy way to entertain than cold floors and shiny kitchen counters.  Let's go back to the old-fashioned small "sitting room" but have it be livable and cozy.  Entertaining is good-- but not to show off, to meet the needs and comfort of your friends and family.
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