The Grand Palais 180 is the crown jewel of the Chateau Series, commanding respect and admiration in any kitchen. Almost 6 feet in length, the range boasts one grand vaulted gas oven and one grand vaulted electric oven, set beneath one of seven rangetop configurations.
Enamel and Metal Body Options:
Chateau ranges are available in a variety of 48 standard enamel or metal body finishes, and can also be customized in a one-of-a-kind color. Prices may vary depending on colors selected.
Standard Trim Options:
Polished Brass, Brushed Brass, Brushed Stainless Steel, Brushed Nickel, Polished Chrome and Polished Copper
70.9 W 27.6 D 36 H (inches)
1800 W 700 D 914 H (mm)
Starting from $56,300
Plus freight/delivery fees
- One 3.1 cu. ft. grand vaulted gas oven with electric broiler.
- One 2.7 cu. ft. grand vaulted electric oven with electric broiler.
- Two brass gas burners set inside an enameled drip tray and topped with an enamelcoated cast iron grate.
- One large 7,500 Btu solid cast-iron French plaque. The cast-iron plaque becomes the cooking center and offers variable heat zones with the strongest heat in the center, directly above the burner, and diffusing outwards. Allows for multiple sauce pans above a single indirect heat source.
- One large electric Teppanyaki featuring a flat, solid, griddle-style cooking surface.Ideal for steak, seafood, shrimp, rice, eggs and vegetables with a minimum temperature of 140F and a maximum temperature of 482F.
- One ceramic glass induction hob with two zones - 2100 watts and 3700 watts max.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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