You can move into an affordable new home that has your dream kitchen that doesn’t need a long list of confusing Pinterest “projects” to make it look nice. Philadelphia’s new homes for under $250,000 still serve up the kitchen candy at unbeatable prices.
The amazing kitchen in the Mozart plan will make you feel inspired, just like the composer it was named after. Sleek white cabinets, a subway tile backsplash and light-colored granite give this kitchen an airy atmosphere, set off by dramatic pendant lighting. The overhanging island will be your loved ones’ new favorite hangout spot where they can snag tasty snacks while chatting with the chef.
The kitchen in the Tilden plan looks like it came straight off your dream kitchen Pinterest board. Bright, white cabinets are anchored by the dark plank flooring and granite countertops, while a massive central island and tucked-away pantry maximize the efficiency of the space.
Tall, on-trend white cabinets are the unsung heroes of the Sanford plan’s kitchen. These minimal cabinets give you as much storage space as possible in an aesthetically pleasing package. After all, if it looks like it’s organized, then it’s practically organized; nobody needs to know that you have piles of unmatched Tupperware hidden away.
If you prefer a dramatic style, then you’ll love the Cascade plan’s kitchen. Cherry-colored cabinets complement the dark granite countertops to create an elegant and luxurious space for cooking and entertaining.
Sleek and modern perfectly describe the kitchen in the Savannah Colonial townhome plan. This striking kitchen has a clean look that you will love, thanks to light-colored plank flooring, dramatic lighting, an exciting backsplash and dark wood cabinets.
The kitchen in the Beethoven plan has it all. Extra-large windows let natural light flood the kitchen, perfectly accenting the gleaming hardwood floors, the subway tile backsplash and the dark wood cabinets. You’ll actually want to cook in your new kitchen!
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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.