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2nd September, 2016

Bake off time: Top 10 kitchens to bake in

Bake off time: Top 10 kitchens to bake in

It’s that time of year again where we’re all glued to the television watching the Great British Bake Off. We have searched high and low for beautiful kitchens that are the perfect culinary playgrounds for baking connoisseurs.

Vanbrugh Castle, Greenwich,£2,750,000

A kitchen set within a castle, this is perfect for a domestic superstar who wants to show off their culinary skills. The Grade I listed property also benefits from 2.5 acres of communal gardens and a stunning private roof terrace with exceptional view.

2. Harrington Road, South Kensington, £10,000,000

If maximum opulence is what you want, then this property has it all. There is enough space to create even the most creative of cakes as well as being able to entertain guests at the same time. The kitchen leads out to the courtyard, making summer days most enjoyable for soaking up the sun’s rays.

3. The Square, Monmouthshire, £775,000

The epitome of modern luxury, this 6-bedroom home of magnificent proportions creates a sense of impressive style and is impeccably designed. With the sleek cream and grey theme running through the exterior, to every space of the interior, the property’s kitchen is contemporary and spacious, fit for a baking connoisseur.

4. Louisa Gardens, East London, £1,250,000

A touch of nature, this 4-bedroom house located in the heart of East London and a mere stone’s throw away from Mile End Road. One of the main features is the brand-new, simplistic kitchen with a sleek design and open space, leading to the large, private garden making it ideal for baking up a storm, creating delightful cakes or wonderful pastries.

5. Budapest, $1,045,000

This kitchen would not be out of place in the likes of Mary Berry or Paul Hollywood’s home. If we could give a kitchen a Michelin star, then this kitchen would come out on top. This 1-bedroom apartment has every aspiring baker’s essential needs and every cook’s dream, with no space left unused.

6. Beauchamp Avenue, £1,875,000

A fabulous example of where classic meets contemporary. This freshly renovated kitchen is fitted with Mark Wilkinson and Miele appliances the French doors keep its charm and character. There is also a kitchen table which would be ideal for whenever Mary and Paul are trying to decide who should be crowned star baker of the week.

7. Brompton Regis, £600,000

If you want ample space to move around and bake to your hearts content, then this is the kitchen for you. Additionally, there is a large utility room situated behind the kitchen with extra work surfaces, a sink and space for appliances.

8. Fransche Hoek Estate, ZAR 38,500,000

Capturing the best features of an old Dutch farmstead, this property presents a contemporary home for modern living with a splash of history. The spacious kitchen is airy and has a central workspace area, making it perfect for a bake off.

9. Cote D'Azur , Cannes, €4,950,000

The heart of the property, this kitchen can play host to parties and entertaining guests. Leading out to the living area, the kitchen is simple yet beautifully decorated with plentiful space to prepare baking delights for all to share.

10. Beachside penthouse, Marbella, €3,900,000

To finish off, this cosy kitchen is suitable for baking up a delicious cake or a scrumptious pie for the whole family to indulge in. The calming tones teamed up with the simple design, making it a tranquil place for domestic baking.

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