Feast Your Eyes on These 8 Homes With Delicious Outdoor Kitchens

With the long weekend signaling the kickoff of summer, it's a great time to scope out homes on the market featuring delicious outdoor kitchens. The post Feast Your Eyes on These 8 Homes With Delicious Outdoor Kitchens appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®.

Feast Your Eyes on These 8 Homes With Delicious Outdoor Kitchens

The long weekend signals the kickoff of the summer grilling season, and our thoughts have turned to cooking outdoors.

With visions of tasty grilled meats and veggies making their way through our minds, we looked at tantalizing outdoor kitchens in luxury homes for sale.

We love an al fresco cooking space, preferably one with stainless-steel appliances, a great view, and plenty of room to (safely) host guests. We’ve spotted eight homes with absolutely scrumptious setups.

And given the ongoing ripple effects of the pandemic, the emphasis on a particularly appetizing outdoor space may be way more than an afterthought for home buyers.

Let these backyard banquet spaces serve as inspiration. Even if you’re not considering a move, it’s always fun to take in on some of the most droolworthy open-air cook spaces around.

So pour a glass of rosé, light the charcoal, and tour these eight great outdoor kitchens…

32852 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA

Price: $35,000,000

Kitchen confidential: Cook all day at this spectacular outdoor kitchen, which features a barbecue, pizza oven, and full dining area.

The kitchen and the two-story beach front villa sit on approximately 2.78 acres with a pool and path down to the beach.

Designed by architect Doug Burdge, this mansion, built in 2010, has a seamless indoor-outdoor space for entertaining. The main level offers an ocean-view great room, double-height living room, dining area, plus a home theater, billiard-room, and ocean-view master suite.

When you’re done cooking, there’s a 2,500 square-foot rooftop terrace with a fire pit.

Malibu, CA

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2900 Spring Mountain Rd, Saint Helena, CA

Price: $29,800,000

Kitchen confidential: Leave it to the wine country to offer a primo place for a movable feast.

This kitchen features plenty of counter space, a barbecue, pizza oven, and bar seating. Located on a grand Napa Valley estate of 40 acres, the property includes acres of vineyards and panoramic views.

Meanwhile, you’ll have no problem pairing a vintage with your meal—the 9,600-square-foot main residence includes a wine cellar and tasting room. The grounds feature patios, terraces, pool, lawns, orchards, an organic garden, and a guest casita.

St. Helena, CA

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12 Clancy Ln S., Rancho Mirage, CA

Price: $2,595,000

Kitchen confidential: No mirage here! Built in 1979, this Coachella Valley property has been completely renovated inside and out.

It now features an “ultimate” outdoor kitchen with a pass-through window to the main residence.

The indoor-outdoor living spaces also feature a stone arched loggia enclosing the outdoor living area, with a fireplace. The five-bedroom residence offers a media room with bar and fireplace, office, and a 700-bottle wine cellar.

Rancho Mirage, CA

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Price: $16,750,000

Kitchen confidential: Built in 2016, this private seaside estate lacks for nothing. Whip up an outdoor feast from your outdoor kitchen with water and coastline views.

Other outdoor features include a dining area, infinity pool, soaking spa, and lawn. The five-bedroom, French-inspired manor is made from stucco and limestone, with modern interior spaces, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. 

Narragansett, RI

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Price: $14,000,000

Kitchen confidential: Sheltered behind a gate and hidden down a private lane, this enormous estate offers respite in the heart of the city.

Surrounded by live oak trees on 12.5 acres, the grounds create a perfect backdrop for the open-air kitchen, dining, and gathering space.

In addition, the 25,372-square-foot mansion includes a gourmet indoor kitchen, media room, and pool.

Baton Rouge, LA

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24 Palm Ave, Miami Beach, FL

Price: $12,950,000

Kitchen confidential: We can’t resist a kitchen with a view. This modern waterfront beach house in the heart of South Beach offers an outdoor paradise.

Fully renovated inside and out, it has a well-equipped outdoor kitchen and entertaining lounge—surrounded by tropical gardens.

The rooftop deck offers sumptuous views of the Sunshine State. Inside, you’ll find a bar, wine storage, as well as a separate kids’ wing. (You might really appreciate that concept these days.)

Miami Beach, FL

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31 Netherfield Way, The Woodlands, TX

Price: $4,954,000

Kitchen confidential: This one-of-a-kind estate on a golf course offers a glorious covered outdoor kitchen, fireplace, dining, and entertaining area.

Inside, the 11,500-square-foot European-inspired mansion has an inviting floor plan, two-story study, and formal dining room.

In addition to the kitchen, the large outdoor space has a pool and spa, as well as a large yard.

The Woodlands, TX

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Price: $3,250,000

Kitchen confidential: Built in 2018, the modern Craftsman offers custom amenities and overlooks Lake Gaston.

The picturesque property features an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven, fire pit, and outdoor seating.

With over 7,000 square feet, the interior living area includes two full kitchens, a theater, exercise room, and wine cellar. In addition, the lakefront home features a deepwater boathouse.

Littleton, NC

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As Remote Work Continues, Bay Area Homebuyers Hone In on Oakland and Other Suburbs

San Francisco homebuyers are now considering farther-flung suburbs in the Bay Area, where they can get more space for less money, as remote work becomes the norm in the age of coronavirus. The post As Remote Work Continues, Bay Area Homebuyers Hone In on Oakland and Other Suburbs appeared first on Redfin | Real Estate Tips for Home Buying, Selling & More.

As Remote Work Continues, Bay Area Homebuyers Hone In on Oakland and Other Suburbs

San Francisco homebuyers are now considering farther-flung suburbs in the Bay Area, where they can get more space for less money, as remote work becomes the norm in the age of coronavirus.

The housing market in and suburban parts of the Bay Area are recovering at a faster rate than or , which may be an early indication of migration patterns as the future of remote work unfolds. Pending home sales and the number of new listings have begun to pick up throughout the Bay Area in early May after a drastic drop in April, but homebuyer demand is stronger in Oakland, where homes tend to be larger and less expensive, with more outdoor space. 

More than 72% of Redfin.com users inside the city of San Francisco searched for homes outside the city in April 2020, up from 67.8% a year earlier. The increase came while companies such as Menlo Park-based and San Francisco-based were deep in shelter-in-place orders, even prior to chief executives Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey announcing permanent work-from-home policies. Migration toward less expensive places has been a trend for years, but the sudden shift toward more remote work is likely to accelerate the trend, especially when it comes to moving away from cities into more suburban areas. 

“The trend toward the suburbs will grow stronger and stronger as the pandemic continues and work-from-home culture becomes more entrenched. Places like Oakland are capturing people who are leaving San Francisco and San Jose because if employees are able to work remotely three or four days a week, a longer commute is well worth the trade for more space,” said Redfin lead economist . “Homebuyer interest is already shifting towards larger single-family homes with bigger yards. As a result, we expect prices to grow faster in the suburbs. That’s likely to be especially true in the Bay Area, where homes in Oakland, , and farther-flung suburbs are expensive, but prices aren’t as sky-high as San Francisco.”

Home prices in Oakland rose 3.4% to $787,000 in the month ending May 11. Meanwhile in San Francisco, home prices declined 3.2% year over year to $1,496,000 in the four weeks ending on May 11. It was the only one of the 85 largest metros Redfin tracks to experience a in April. 

Pending sales—which, like new listings, is a good real-time indicator of what’s happening in the housing market—are recovering more quickly in Oakland than San Francisco. Pending sales were down 41.6% in Oakland in the first half of May, versus a 55.1% drop in San Francisco. That’s after pending sales plummeted more than 60% year over year in San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland in April.

New listings in Oakland were down 39.2% year over year in the first half of May. That’s up from April, but still makes for a tighter housing supply than in San Francisco, where new listings were down 29.7% year over year in the first half of May. 

“Move-in ready houses in Oakland are selling in five to 10 days with multiple offers. There are fewer homes on the market, but almost as many people searching as there were pre-pandemic,” said Oakland Redfin agent . “One of my clients started looking at homes close to the city, but ended up buying further east, near Walnut Creek, where they could afford a bigger house. Nowadays, buyers want offices where they can work from home, they want to be able to talk on the phone in different rooms, they want space, and they want yards where the kids can play.”

Bay Area market summary: Four weeks ending May 11, 2020
San Francisco  San Jose Oakland
Median sale price $1,496,000 $1,287,000 $787,000
Median sale price YoY -3.2% 0.7% 3.4%
Homes sold YoY -58.2% -48.5% -49.5%
Pending sales 

(Four weeks ending May 17)

-55.1% -45.1% -41.6%
New listings YoY (Four weeks ending May 17) -29.7% -44.2% -39.2%
All homes for sale YoY (Four weeks ending May 17) -7.6% -31.5% -27.2%
Median days on market  25.1 21.6 31.2
Median days on market YoY +4.6 +1.1 +5.3

 

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