If you’re shopping for your new home in Cleveland, you can find affordable new houses that cost less than $240,000 with amazing kitchens. HomLuv rounded up the top 5 kitchens in Cleveland’s affordable homes to help make your search for your dream home easy and fun.
You can get a beautiful kitchen when you make Ryan Homes’ Aviano Plan your home. The white cabinets and island make this airy kitchen feel bright and open. Granite countertops and the overhanging island give you plenty of prep space, so your loved ones can help you cook without knocking elbows.
The Hanover Plan from K. Hovnanian Homes has the ultimate social kitchen. A central kitchen island and an overhanging breakfast bar give your loved ones plenty of seating for casual dining, while expanding your prep space. If you feel like making your family and friends help out, you don’t have to worry about stepping on toes and getting in each other’s way.
The kitchen in the Allison II Plan smashes all of your #KitchenGoals. This airy, open kitchen has an on-trend, white color pallet that artfully balances farmhouse warmth with modern sleekness. Hurricane glass pendant lighting and smooth granite counters help keep this kitchen from feeling like it came straight out of straight out of Joanna Gaines’ design studio.
Ryan Homes serves up a hardworking and modern kitchen that still feels connected to the rest of the living space. A central island expands your counter space and storage. Lots of cabinets give you plenty of room to keep that lidless Tupperware out of sight.
You know you want to cook in K Hovnanian Homes’ kitchen in the Anderson Plan. A massive central island dramatically expands your prep and storage space. White cabinets contrast beautifully with dark plank flooring to create an airy atmosphere filled with light from the floor to ceiling windows from the dining space.
Do you love the kitchens in Cleveland’s affordable houses? Be sure to save the kitchens that speak to your inner Iron Chef (or Martha Stewart) so HomLuv can help you find the perfect home and kitchen for your lifestyle.
After graduating in 2016 from The University of Texas with a degree in English, Sanda Brown became a content writer for the BDX with a focus on website copy and content marketing.
At the BDX, Sanda helps write and edit articles on NewHomeSource.com, writes website copy for builders, and manages a team of freelancers that work on additional content needs.