Handmade Oak and Birchwood Kitchen with Granite – Used

Handmade Oak and Birchwood Kitchen with Granite – Used


Sold KC005281

This kitchen with Leathered Granite has now been dismantled and ready for collection from as soon as possible from RG20

Beautiful handmade, bespoke, contemporary kitchen with free standing island (with breakfast bar) made by Dominic Ash – www.dominicash.co.uk – who is based in Gloucestershire.
The kitchen is generally in good condition. All drawers open and close with ease.


1 x 900 Dishwasher panel
1 x 1200 under the sink
1 x 300 bin drawer
1 x 600 drawers
2 x 600 drawers


1 x 600 oven housing
1 x 600 fridge housing


1 x 800 cupboard (with 2 doors and 2 adjustable shelves in each cupboard)
1 x 900 extractor housing


4 x deep saucepan drawers  – 900 W x 350 H x 520 D (under the granite side)
4 x glasses cupboards – 900 W x 350 H x 150 D (under the oak breakfast bar)


Miele 5 ring ceremac HOB
Franke 1.5 Sink


The Miele dishwasher can come FREE with this sale. as not 100% sure if it is working or not,  it was when taken out of kitchen, and has been serviced recently.

The oven, Miele warming drawer  are not includeed in the sale
Plinths are between 160 and 170mm H. All the units have feet which can be adjusted and the plinths can be reduced if necessary.

Cabinet fronts and side panels are blue and mocha with a sprayed low sheen paint finish. These have some minor wear and tear marks (see image), but according to the cabinet maker can be easily re-sprayed to a colour to suit your preference.

Cabinets are assumed to be made from birch

The extractor fan and fridge were broken and are not included in the sale. Their cabinets remain intact and are included.

There is a tiny only 2mm slice taken of the left hand edge of the granite on the hob run. This is when we changed from a double oven to a single oven/warming drawer set up and the granite was scratching the side of the glass of the warming drawer. It is minimal. See image for detail.

The glass splash back is broken and not part of sale, as is the glass screen which sat behind the sink. It could go up against a wall.The two granite slabs of the countertops have been eased apart (to allow for removal) where the joint was near the sink. they will need to be fused together again.