It's not unusual that a favorite light fixture does not remain in the house when it is sold. And every once in a while, a house will be listed with the special notation that certain outside plantings don't transfer.
But an entire kitchen?
Yes, according to a listing that caught Cindy Jones' eye recently. It was probably an error. Surely the listing agent meant that the seller would take certain kitchen appliances when they moved out, not the entire kitchen.
Maybe the sellers were from Europe, where it's practically unheard-of to move into a place with a fully outfitted kitchen. That's why people from England, France, Italy and Germany buying a house in this country are...