My husband and I are interested in purchasing a new house. We found one that is perfect except for one thing - the kitchen sink is not beneath a window. The sink is on an interior wall beneath cupboards. I'd like to move it to a nearby window. The house is cement block and adobe. There's a propane cooking stove located between the sink's current location and the window. Would I be able to extend the existing plumbing to the window location or would the stove get in the way?
There's a washer/dryer near the window on a wall perpendicular to the window. Another option may be to tap into the washer/dryer plumbing. I would also like to move the propane stove to the current location of the sink - a move of about 3 or 4 feet. Could I simply extend the gas pipeline or is it more complicated than that? And how much would a project of this magnitude cost?
I hate to give up on the house for something so minor, but I'm afraid staring at a wall while I wash the dishes is going to drive me crazy. Any other suggestions?