This 48" high-end gas range was manufactured by FiveStar Range. It has a white porcelain enameled finish throughout with brushed stainless steel handles and backsplash. This range has 6 burners and a 17 3/4"(L) x 11 1/2"(W) flat-top griddle over a pair of ovens. The left hand oven is fueled by gas, and has a 16"(W) x 14"(H) opening. The right-hand oven is electric, and has a 24"(W) x 14"(H) opening. A small compartment for storage, or warming, occupies the space below the left-hand oven. The vented backsplash stands 10 3/4" tall.
This oven has not been tested for functionality. It is in fair condition, as it has ben exposed to excessive water and debris from a house fire. It has been cleaned to an extent but will likely need additional work to make function.
Retailing at over $7,500 brand new, this is an absolute steal!
This range was salvaged from a house in Martinsville, Virginia, built in 1940 by architect William Roy Wallace. Unfortunately, this house fell victim to an electrical fire and was condemned. As a result, the Dawgs were enlisted by the owners to tackle this sentimental job. This property and items from it are featured on Season 10, Episode 9, of the Diy Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".
Weight: 390 Lbs.
Item Measurements: 48(L) x 26.5(W) x 46.5(H)
As seen on Season 10, Episode 9.