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Victorian Kitchen Standoff: Which is Better?

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Kitchens can make or break a piece of residential property, and unfortunately it's often the latter. So when we spotted not one but two good lookin' kitchens in today's real estate listings we just had to get your opinions, lovely readers.

The first house is in Noe Valley and the light-filled kitchen highlights include a hexagon tiled black and white floor with an intricate pattern; an apron front kitchen sink, with helps keep with the home's Edwardian roots; beautifully brushed stainless steel appliances; and the real deal maker: instant access to your deck directly from the kitchen. Hello, BBQ and fresh herbs.

The second house is located in the Panhandle and has highlights like a traditionally (awesome!) black and white checkered floor; nice contrasts between the white cabinetry, black granite countertop and back splash, and stainless steel appliances. The deal maker for us is the sheer size and height of the room (goodbye, lingering fried bacon smell) and the little glimpse of the wood paneled wall that connects the kitchen to the laundry room.

Which is your favorite?
· 419 29th [Redfin]
· 1617 Fulton [Redfin]