No room for kitchen table

I’m looking for opinions on how this would affect resale. My house is a modest 1000 Sq feet, it’s probably a middle class home/neighborhood in a lower to middle class city.

My kitchen is basically an L shape….appliances, sink, etc in the long part, kitchen table is in the smaller part but it’s a good size table with plenty of room to walk around it.

We almost never use the kitchen table (except to collect junk) and I have very little counterspace. I’d like to get rid of my table and put in an island with barstools, giving me more counterspace and storage and a place to sit for the few times we need it.

I’d prefer to do a permanent, attached to the floor (made out of base cabinets and countertop) vs a wheeled non-permanent option. But how off-putting would this be to future buyers (I have no plans to sell but who knows what the future holds)?

Would it be a deal breaker for most buyers as there would be no room for a table/have to tear out a permanent island to put a table in? Or is it a trendy, convenient seating/storage/counterpsace option for families today?

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I’m looking for opinions on how this would affect resale. My house is a modest 1000 Sq feet, it’s probably a middle class home/neighborhood in a lower to middle class city. My kitchen is basically an L shape….appliances, sink, etc in the long part, kitchen table is in the smaller part but it’s a good size table with plenty of room to walk around it. We almost never use the kitchen table (except to collect junk) and I have very little counterspace. I’d like to get rid of my table and put in an island with barstools, giving me more counterspace and storage and a place to sit for the few times we need it. I’d prefer to do a permanent, attached to the floor (made out of base cabinets and countertop) vs a wheeled non-permanent option. But how off-putting would this be to future buyers (I have no plans to sell but who knows what the future holds)? Would it be a deal breaker for most buyers as there would be no room for a table/have to tear out a permanent island to put a table in? Or is it a trendy, convenient seating/storage/counterpsace option for families today? submitted by /u/HowLovely23 [link] [comments]

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