Peachtree Corners Home Nominated for “Best Kitchen”

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Peachtree Corners resident Joe Dan Rogers, owner of JDR Enterprises, has designed and built a spectacular custom kitchen in his home. It’s been nominated as a “Best Kitchen” by My Home Improvement magazine, with public voting underway now (www.atlantahomeimprovement.com). Anyone may vote in the contest as often as once a day through Oct. 13. Alix Hunsucker of Engel & Völkers Atlanta North Fulton is the listing agent for the home, which is currently offered for sale.

“This kitchen is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that is ideal for anyone who enjoys cooking and entertaining,” said Hunsucker. “The custom kitchen cabinets are crafted with inset doors and drawers and feature soft close hinges along with brass handles. The custom-made Zephyr hood is wrapped in antique shiplap. All of the appliances are built-in, including the refrigerator, two dishwashers and ice machine, coffee machine at the beverage center and steam oven. The 48-inch range is the new 2020 Jenn Air Curate with remote and Wi-Fi Capabilities. The kitchen features a 4′ x 10′ main island with two sinks and dual faucets along with a wood burning fireplace. The custom, hand-cut glass backsplash, inset with Carrera marble, creates the contrast against the quartzite ocean blue countertop. Lastly, the large vestige carpet ceramic tile floor gives a unique look to this state-of-the-art kitchen. Outside the kitchen is a featured breakfast nook with antique wood ceiling. It truly is a unique opportunity for someone to own a functional kitchen that is also a true work of art.”

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