Old school kitchen solution in real estate
This house is on the market (pictures from PruFoxRoach), and the house is being marketed as Location x 3.
(Which is what it's got going for it, at almost $600K. It's not in very good shape)
Anyway, these houses are small, and in the 19th c. when they were built, if you cooked in the house it was in the basement.
I made the kitchen photos black and white because the color scheme is unfortunate and distracting. This brick floor is probably brick on the dirt:
Here is essentially the entire first floor of the house. The realtor is probably standing on the threshold of the front door. You can see if you had a kitchen here it would be all kitchen. That is the back door in the other corner and the glass room is a 1960s-70s addition.
Here is the kitchen, entered down the basement steps behind the grey door next to the fireplace:
Notice the elevated area with the baseboard heat in the left hand corner:
You step up into it as a dining area: