by INHABIT EDITORS
A monthly showcase of the most spectacular listings across the Corcoran network.
Enjoy our monthly survey of incredible listings across the Corcoran network. Highlights in this edition: Bayfront modernity in the Hamptons, history for sale in the Hudson Valley and California’s wine country, a charming custom home in Denver, and stunning water views from villas in Florida and Italy.
New York City
What’s Here: Upper East Side allure as enduring as the neighborhood itself. Currently configured as a multi-resident building, this six-floor townhouse can level up into an eight-bedroom mansion. The facade — lightly colored with a copper bay window accent — begins a trend of visual appeal that continues into teak wood interiors by renowned Gilded Age designer and painter Lockwood de Forest. Marvel at herringbone and parquet flooring, six wood-burning fireplaces, and near-13-foot-high ceilings. Natural light flows freely throughout, notably through a charming south-facing conservatory that adjoins a formal dining room.
What We Love: The home boasts over 1,500 square feet of outdoor space, counting multiple terraces, a roof deck with Central Park and skyline views, and a back garden that evokes tremendous hidden oasis vibes.
What’s Here: Elegance is in the air up, down, and all around this Tribeca duplex penthouse. One end of the main level hosts a nouveau-stately living room, well-appointed with its gas fireplace and zebrawood bar. Around the corner is a dining room qualified for your grandest galas and most intimate of pizza nights, plus a custom cabinetry-outfitted chef’s kitchen. The upper level is entirely reserved for privacy, holding the home’s four bedrooms. Each non-primary bed has an ensuite bath, with the primary boasting two unto itself — each with radiant heat flooring. It also flaunts two dressing rooms and a separate seating area.
What We Love: Indisputably, this home’s highlight is its wraparound terrace. Viewable from most main level rooms, it’s even better to step onto — as fantastic for entertaining as relaxing with a good book. And with three seasons’ worth of blooms planted, the freshness it exudes throughout the year will never grow stale.
What’s Here: A classic c.1910 Park Slope brownstone that breaks away from the mold. Recent renovations, including work by AD100 architect Elizabeth Roberts, outfit this townhouse with a broad open concept living area atop walnut floors and beneath lofty ceilings. Casement windows brighten the kitchen, visually distinct with its green cabinetry and center island and an attention-grabbing built-in churrasco grill (installed in an original wood-burning fireplace) with floor-to-ceiling blue tile surround. From there, step out onto the newly refinished deck — with remote-controlled awning — overlooking a dreamy back garden.
What We Love: All-encompassing privacy on the second floor, entirely occupied by a primary suite boasting a marble mantel fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and a spacious walk-in closet with even more built-ins. The primary bath sports black and white patterned tile flooring, a deep soaking tub, and its own marble fireplace.
What’s Here: Be one with nature at this ultra-modern Water Mill escape, one acre set on the Mecox Bay waterfront. An open-concept main level frames the surrounding serene landscape through floor-to-ceiling windows, blurring the line between interior and exterior. The kitchen — equipped with top-notch appliances, ample storage, and an extra-wide island — blends into a majestic deck that’ll be the site of many mornings, afternoons, and nights spent dining or lounging al fresco. Step from the primary suite onto a second private outdoor space, flaunting further glorious vistas and an outdoor fireplace.
What We Love: Enviable East End amenities abound, including an outdoor kitchen, a saltwater pool and spa, and a private dock for exploring the bay your way.
What’s Here: Resort-style living typically only reserved for far-flung vacations. At this two-story villa — one of eight at the Ritz-Carlton Residences — the aura is five-star hotel meets tropical getaway meets luxurious waterfront home. Glass walls invite in the Sunshine State’s finest rays, suffusing a neutral-toned interior with unending warmth. Sliding doors on either end of the living room turn it into an open-air space that merges seamlessly with the exterior. Once outside, the sea is your oyster. It’s a swift trip from your private dock via Surprise Lake to Biscayne Bay in one direction and the Intracostal Waterway (and the Atlantic Ocean) in the other.
What We Love: Amp up your Miami Beach lifestyle with the Ritz-Carlton Residences amenities package. Enjoy a rooftop pool deck (in addition to the private pool at your villa) complete with cabanas and day beds. There are also studios for fitness and for art, a spa and sauna, personal chef service, and much more.
What’s Here: Escape to this amazing five-bedroom, three-story estate set on a private island in Panama City, just off the coast of Northwest Florida. Everything needed for the good life is available indoors and out, with waterfront views from every room and covered porches on every level. There are multiple spaces for living, dining, and just relaxing on each floor, whether it’s curled up in front of a fireplace or seated by the pool with a cocktail in hand. Set directly on the waterfront, you can jaunt off to dinner and back by boating directly home to the private, 350-foot deep water dock, with the Gulf of Mexico just 10 nautical miles away.
What We Love: The indoor and outdoor kitchens are well-equipped; the indoor kitchen has a professional six-burner range with double convection ovens, filtered cold and instant hot water at the sink, as well as a wet bar with a wine refrigerator. The outdoor kitchen has a grill with a rotisserie, dual cooking burner, warming oven, and a waterfall island.
What’s Here: This most delightful Kingston retreat is a picturesque blend of history and modern luxury. The property stretches over six acres, boasting a 1787 Colonial stone house, a tiny guest house, and an event barn, and at the bottom of a gentle slope, the Esopus Creek. The stone house has four bedrooms, including a primary suite with panoramic mountain views and an unusual open-floor plan with a concrete shower and a vintage clawfoot tub right in the bedroom. There’s also a guest wing with three bedrooms, its own sitting area, and a full bathroom with a soaking tub, a rain shower, and a heated towel rack. The spacious kitchen has an open hearth, the living room has a projector for movie nights, plus there’s a dining room and a sunroom with room each for a dozen guests.
What We Love: The adorable and trendy tiny house across the road from the main house is perfect for guests who want a little more privacy, with its own gourmet kitchen, bathroom, deck, and look-out loft — there’s also a nearby fire pit for s’mores and conversation. The property also has a saltwater pool, a barrel sauna, and the barn, which can be used for parties or rented out as an event space.
What’s Here: There’s enough room for the whole gang here in this five-bedroom house in Palmetto Bluff, with four en suite bathrooms and a fun bunk room with a pair of built-in bunk beds that connects to its own sitting area — ideal for gaming or sleepover gatherings. The open-plan living and kitchen area features a full bar with two wine fridges, and a top-of-the-line kitchen. There’s plenty of space for indoor-outdoor living here, with a screened-in porch next to the pool and backyard, complete with a fireplace.
What We Love: Summer living is easy with a backyard centered on a heated pool, along with a covered outdoor kitchen area featuring a large grilling area and a stone pizza oven. There’s also a fire pit, surrounded by seating, plus a long porch in front of the house.
What’s Here: This lovely custom-built six-bedroom house in coveted Hilltop has been meticulously maintained by a single-owner since its construction in 2006. The open floor plan on the main floor includes a kitchen with a breakfast nook and access to the outdoor patio, a family room with a fireplace, a formal living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, and two wet bars, one outside the study and the other in the butler’s pantry. The five bedrooms upstairs each have an en suite bathroom and spacious closets, plus a loft with a balcony. Chill out in the finished basement with media and game rooms, a wine room, wiring for a theater room, an additional bedroom, and a wet bar, or unwind in the backyard with its beautiful landscaping and mature trees.
What We Love: The primary suite is a true private sanctuary, with its own fireplace in the bedroom, a connected sitting area, two custom closets, and a spa-style bathroom with a heated bathroom floor and a steam shower.
What’s Here: The Hicks House, built in 1873, is on the National Register of Historic Places, and sits on 4.88 acres in the Sebastapol countryside, in the heart of Sonoma County wine country. This house retains many of its original details including its storybook front porch and second-floor balcony, as well as its original wood floors. But the five-bedroom, five bathroom house is no relic — the kitchen has a 48-inch Viking range with dual ovens, a built-in SubZero refrigerator, and a butler’s pantry. There’s also a carriage house duplex on the property that comprises two legal rental units: a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment and a one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit.
What We Love: This property is a gardener’s dream, with mature landscaping, fruit trees including an apple orchard, raised garden beds, a chicken coop, a gazebo, and a playhouse. There’s also a koi pond and a pool and outdoor kitchen!
What’s Here: Enjoy la dolce vita in this fabulous four-bedroom villa, set in the hills overlooking the stunning peninsula of Punta San Vigilo, and surrounded by lush greenery, with views of Lake Garda. The ground floor has a living room with huge, arched glass doors that opens onto a terrace, with space for meals al fresco, while upstairs houses the kitchen, dining room and four bedrooms. The kitchen and dining area connect directly to a terrace with its breathtaking panoramic views of the lake and the surrounding mountains.
What We Love: The verdant grounds are beautifully landscaped, with the region’s temperate Mediterranean climate providing the perfect setting for the garden’s many cypress and palm trees. There’s amphitheater-style steps behind the house leading to the upper level of the garden, and a large, outdoor pool with vistas of the cerulean waters, green mountains, and red-roofed villages below.