Vintage All-in-one Kitchenette

Anton Schwartz contacted me about his mother who is moving out of her house-of-fifty-years and looking to get rid of a wonderful vintage all-in-one kitchenette which she bought new in 1969. In beautiful condition and it runs perfectly and comes with all original instructions and paperwork. Folds up elegantly and opens and closes effortlessly and is Sand in color. It is a Dwyer EA400 Kitchenette and comes with:

  • Two electric stovetops
  • Refrigerator with freezer compartment
  • Sink
  • Bult-in cupboard and drawer
  • Dish draining area
  • Light (on/off/auto)
  • Lockable, with keys
  • Hooks up to electricity (normal 115 volts), water and drain

She is asking $675 and it is located in Manhattan, on West 56th street. Pick-up required. Contact or (212)580-4787.

View a couple more pictures here.

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Randy - June 27, 2010 Reply

This is just too cool! I wish you could buy units like this now! In gas!

    Kent Griswold - June 27, 2010 Reply

    Hi Randy, Dwyer still makes these new but they are all electric. You can view there current offerings at this link

    If anyone knows of a compact kitchen that is gas please comment about it here. Thank you!

      Shea - June 27, 2010 Reply

      FOund this at AJ Madison, a new version of the Dwyer shown, but all the bells and whistles and loads of options to choose from, and it’s GAS:

      Wanted to share the pic here, but I guess the link will take anyone there, if interested!

        Randy - June 29, 2010 Reply

        Hey, THANKS everybody!

Tim - June 27, 2010 Reply

Wow, how cool are those! I dont know anything about this stuff, maybe someone that is an HVAC tech could answer, would it be possible to mod the unit and replace the electric stove/fridge, with propane versions? But there again if someone had a Tiny home that was hooked to the grid you wouldnt even need to worry about that, I think this is way cool, good find!

Tim - June 27, 2010 Reply

Looking at the MFG’s site, you can even get the cabinet made from real wood to match a Tiny homes enterior.

Galen - November 16, 2011 Reply

I had to smile when I saw this. When I was in college in the early 70s, I lived in a little garage apartment, and I had a cabinet kitchen. It was a “Parson’s Pureaire Kitchen,” and while it had seen better days, it gave me a lot of interesting stories to tell! I even found a photo of one online Glad to see that at least one company (Dwyer) is still making them.

    Christina - March 7, 2015 Reply

    I have a Parsons Pureaire kitchen unit in my home and am curious as to its worth. We would like to replace it with an actual kitchen set of appliances.

steve - June 2, 2012 Reply

i too have a compact vintage unit by dwyer for sale…..its a cool little gem….

Fran - August 20, 2012 Reply

King and Acme make these in gas models.

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Michelle Boyle - August 4, 2014 Reply

I have a similar one for sale near Portland OR! $500 OBO

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Christina - July 29, 2018 Reply

I just got one of these with a non working fridge. Does anyone know the year and where to go for repair parts??

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