Aga cookers for town & country

It used to be the case that AGA cookers were mainly found in country kitchens, but this isn’t true today. Newer AGA cookers are just as at home in a small city apartment as in a big country house. There are models to fit every size of kitchen. The smallest is just 60cm wide, the size of a standard kitchen cabinet, and there’s no compromise because you get two cast-iron heat-storage ovens – one for roasting and baking and the other for simmering – as well as the quintessential AGA hotplate, which can be set to boiling or simmering mode.

At the other end of the scale, the largest AGA comes in at 210cm, meaning it’s perfect for a huge country kitchen. There are a number of sizes in between too. Larger models can come with additions such as an induction hob, fan oven and grill.

Newer AGA models run on electricity, meaning you can run them alongside renewables if you choose. And they don’t need a flue or an outside wall, so can be sited almost anywhere in the kitchen.
The flexibility of newer AGA cookers means you’re in control of how much heat the cooker puts into the kitchen. You might want as much as possible on freezing winter days, particularly in a draughty house. On a hot summer’s day in a small apartment, you might want to have just one oven to keep the kitchen much cooler.

AGA cookers come in 17 colours with stylish neutrals, including Black, White and Slate; classic pastels such as Duck Egg Blue and Blush, and contemporary bold shades such as Aubergine and Raspberry. And if you love an ultra-modern look, ERA – the brand-new glass AGA – is a perfect option.

So, wherever you live, there’s an AGA that will work perfectly for your home…

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