Look!: A Secret Stovetop

We recently enjoyed a weekend getaway in a rented home in New Buffalo, Michigan. The house was great but it had nothing on this vintage oven/stove!

Recessed into the cabinetry, the antique appliance hides away when not in use but where in the world are the burners...?

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Thanks to this brochure, we found out that this unique contraption is a Frigidaire Flair from the '60s. We love the old school styling but the best part of encountering this dinosaur is that it still works! We baked a cake and used the stovetop for late morning eggs.

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"Infinite Heat" & "Meat Tender"
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"See-Level" Dual Oven
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The "Roll-To-You Cooking Top" is actually tucked inside the appliance, much like a keyboard tray hides within a desk. Just hit the release button and pull it out for full simmering capabilites.

Photos: Porcelain at design boner

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