Posted by Mark R in KCMO on June 07, 1999 at 16:14:49:
Depending on what rooms and areas are close to the small galley kitchen it could be an easy fix.
For instance if there is a large room next to the kitchen where all that was needed was to move a “non-support” wall, to open the area up.
It is very reasonable to move one or two walls, but of course it still would have to be purchased with those costs in mind.
If this is being thought of as a flip canidate, assume that no walls can be moved and nothing can be done to improve the kitchen.
Small almost non-exsistant kitchens are not a problem for empty nesters that want somewhere for everyone to come and stay, but don’t need a kitchen big enough to feed an army.
Mark R in KCMO