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Suggestions for a 48 inch range

Posted by aktillery (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 14, 13 at 16:23

I am trying to stay within a tighter budget. Definitely do not want to go over 5,000 for the range. Add another issue, we will be using propane. It is a new build. We will go with stainless.

I saw some Veronas and Smegs that had great reviews and were affordable.

Any thoughts? Suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

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RE: Suggestions for a 48 inch range

One more thing to keep in mind. We would be fine with a 36 but would like the two ovens so we can avoid any wall oven. Unless we can maybe put one in our large walk in pantry.

RE: Suggestions for a 48 inch range

Here are some shots of what I am going for in the kitchen. It is my dream kitchen.

Another View

Thanks so much again!

RE: Suggestions for a 48 inch range

BlueStar RNB486GV1NG About an $8k plus tax range.

Below $5.8 K including delivery.

This is FAR superior to those Italian ranges you are looking at.

6 open burners including simmer and 22k btu power burner.

And Charbroiler.

You would need to call Bluestar for the propane conversion kit. Bluestar owners in the past have gotten it for free. I think retail cost about $80

Here is a link that might be useful: Bluestar

RE: Suggestions for a 48 inch range

We have a 36-inch Blue Star range with painted cabinets. Hope this pic helps.

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