Appliances are part of the overall appeal of the home.
Stove is a required appliance.
Other appliances can affect the buyer's perception of value, such as whether the dishwasher is not there, is old or is stylish and new. A few homes don't have food disposers. Some older homes have garbage compactors. These days microwaves are really expected to be there.
Bruce is right about the refrigerator and clothes washer/dryer. Many idiot sellers will pay hundreds of dollars to ship a refrigerator across country rather than sell it to a buyer. Unless it's a Subzero, leave the fridge behind. The buyer may not want it, and if so, then dispose of it by taking it with you or selling it.
Washer and dryer are niceties. Sometimes they're a bargaining point.
A home that appears well kept and includes tastefully matching appliances is going to sell for more than a home with just a stove in it or that is missing some other unit (or has mismatching colors etc).