We redid our kitchen and I ran into the same problem. I insisted the vent over the stove be high enough to fit my pots, but when I went to be I realized I couldn't attach my hose adapter for the wort chiller.
First, I highly recommend the permanent second faucet for the undersink mounted carbon filter. The whole family will appreciate that and we use it constantly. This was a design feature I built into the new kitchen from the get go.
Second, for the IC, I inserted a T, a ball valve and a hose thread adapter with quick disconnect under my sink. When it's time to cool, I open the cabinet, attach my hose and I'm in business.
Mostly I used this as an excuse to get out of the kitchen and into 10 gallon all grain batches outside. Now I only make a rare 5 gallon batch in the kitchen, usually in the dead of winter.
Good luck with the new house!