ok here i go hahaha...
basically my idea is that domestic kitchens are crap, "kitchen cabinets" are crap, and domestic appliances are crap, focused on "looks" and "cozy feeling" and other stupid stuff. my take is kitchens are workshop/lab space--if you want cozy, decorate the bedroom, ha ha.
moreover, kitchen cabinets require instalation and can hide and harbor unsanitary critters. sheer headache. and if you don't like them? so hard to resell.
i learned this outfitting my cabin, but one can have a great functional easy to clean kitchen if you model somewhat after a restaurant--steel counters, open steel shelves (even on wheels), etc. chromed wire shelves hide nothing and wipe easy. eg see: https://www.sevilleclassics.com/shelving.html
plus you can start with one, add as you go.
eta: counter: https://www.amazon.com/GRIDMANN-Stainle ... 01DAHSD9Y/
these you can get inexpensive and new at home depot /target/costo/ etc, or used professional quality at restaurant auctions. steel tables are fire and chemical resistant, clean easy, disinfect easy, keep a fair resale value, require no installation, and harbor no roaches.
same thing with the sink: you can get a new standalone utility sink for $100, more if it's steel, with enough room to splash with a hose instead of the usual focus on "brass finish" or whatever nonsense. no cabinet/no installation required. i used to moonlight as a restaurant dishwasher in my hitchhiking days, and those setups are far superior to the overpriced domestic decorative nonsense.
as for appliances: these days i use my kitchen stove as an extra counter. most of my cooking is either done on:
-a single induction cooker (was $60 new?) which saves a ton of electricity
-an instant pot with the "air fryer" attachment which acts as: yogurt maker, pressure cooker, and convection oven with slow roast/bake/broil/airfry settings. yes you can make cookies in an air fryer, for one or two people, with little waste.
-an electric kettle
these are all high amperage but none of them require special circuits and installations (or gas), so you might want to have enough available circuits and bring them up to code, but no need for 50amp cabling etc. and no danger of explosions.
(i once lived in a house where critters had previously moved into the oven insulation. YUCK.)
same thing with fridges: fancy fridges suck, a chest freezer is cheaper/better and a small simple fridge can be had for cheap. i would not buy used if it comes with roaches--once i long ago i bought some used speakers and...
ok! best wishes.
eta: i also wholeheartedly recommend a 14gal shop vac with hepa filters plus disposable bags for all your demolition/stripping/cleanup work (plus the aftermath). will save you oodles of labor and spare you the asthma.