Corcoran’s A-List
February 2022


A monthly showcase of the most spectacular listings across the Corcoran network.

From island escapes to urban oases (and everything in between), enjoy our survey of Corcoran’s most incredible listings across the country and beyond. Taking center stage this month: A loft in Puerto Rico, an impeccable traditionalist in the Hamptons, an 18th-century farm in the Hudson Valley, and a palatial estate in Southern California‘s Temecula Wine Country.

New York City

What’s Here: A resplendent Carnegie Hill townhouse off Museum Mile designed and built by architect William Graul, well-regarded for his many contributions to Manhattan’s streetscape leading up through the turn of the last century. The proportions of the home are grand, showcasing such accents as limestone flooring, 10-foot ceilings, a magnificent grand staircase, and a mahogany-paneled library. Each of the home’s 7,500+ square feet swim in natural light, the direct result of a meticulous three-year renovation.

What We Love: Having Central Park seconds out the door—if the private back garden (and even a terrace off the primary bath) weren’t enough to quench your thirst for outdoor space.

Represented By: Manju Jasty of Corcoran’s West Side Office.

List: $20,000,000.

What’s Here: Mansion elegance in Park Slope, less than a block away from Prospect Park. Immaculately preserved, the interior of this classic townhouse retains many of its original details, including intricate moldings and stained glass windows. The home has been lovingly restored for the modern Brooklynite, from its gourmet kitchen and its massive stone island to a garden patio that’s picture-perfect for outdoor dining. A finished basement, with a game room and spa amenities, completes the enchanting package.

What We Love: The standout roof deck, great for taking your entertaining skills up a level (or six) or quietly soaking up sweeping views of the park and surrounding cityscape.

Represented By: Jessica Buchman of Corcoran’s Park Slope Union Office.

List: $9,295,000.

East End

What’s Here: This traditional Southampton house was constructed with discerning style and impeccable taste. For evidence, look no further than the substantial kitchen done up in white subway tiles and oak flooring, with space to cook, eat, entertain, and enjoy yourself immensely while you do it. The dining room—speaking of large, food-centric areas—can comfortably seat family, friends, friends of friends, and so on. Twin fireplaces in the living room and den provide the kind of relaxing warmth that makes those spaces feel like home.

What We Love: The backyard approaches the pinnacle of al fresco living on the East End, with a grand pool and an outdoor kitchen—complete with a smoker, two-burner range, refrigerator, and barbecue—that’s to dine for.

Represented By: Gary DePersia of Corcoran’s East Hampton Office.

List: $4,975,000.

South Florida

What’s Here: A four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath Mediterranean retreat by the sea. Stepping through the arched front door is like passing through a portal into a personal Palm Beach paradise. Encounter bright natural light in the living room, illuminated through floor-to-ceiling glass doors and striking skylights woven into an exposed wood ceiling. The kitchen comes with seemingly unlimited storage space—plus built-in shelving—more than enough for the home chef to handle all dishes, big and small.

What We Love: A superb location that keeps neither the ocean, nor all the culture of Worth Avenue, ever too far out of reach.

Represented By: Paulette Koch and Dana Koch of Corcoran’s Palm Beach Office.

List: $10,900,000.

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: Esopus Creek runs through these glorious 94 acres in Hurley, which includes farm land, a private waterfall, and multiple buildings, including a farmhouse built in 1769. The main house has two units that could be converted back into a single-family home, if desired. The larger unit is a five-bedroom, two-level residence with original wide-plank floors, a living room with a fireplace, and a spacious eat-in kitchen with its own fireplace. The smaller, attached one-bedroom unit, with full bath, has its own private entrance.

What We Love: There’s also a detached, two-bedroom, one-bath guest house, in addition to the main house, separated by two barns, both of which have working electricity. The farm land is currently being rented by The Hudson Valley Farm Hub on a yearly lease. This property is a chance to create a visionary bucolic country estate, or used an investment opportunity with multiple streams of revenue. 

Represented By: Richard Vizzini of Corcoran Country Living

List: $2,185,000.


What’s Here:  An airy three-bedroom, three-bathroom house seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor living in true Hawaiian fashion. A small lanai on the first floor with custom bamboo woodwork looks out onto the backyard, landscaped with date palms, monstera, and red ginger plants. There’s also an outdoor bamboo shower with a rain shower head—quite the welcome luxury after a day at the very private Sea Lodge Beach, just minutes away. 

What We Love: The second floor is entirely given over to the primary suite, with a large walk-in closet with built-in shelving. The bedroom has its own balcony with views of the ocean and the mountains, as well as serving as the loveliest spot for stargazing.

Represented By:  Ruth S. Marvin of Corcoran Pacific Properties

List: $2,200,000.

Southern California

What’s Here: Surrounded by vineyards and horse ranches, this grand house set on 5.31 acres in the ranch community of La Cresta has three bedroom suites, each located in its own wing, each with its own walk-in closet and en suite bathroom. The great room has 20′ ceilings, a fireplace, and opens to both the kitchen and the backyard. And what a backyard! There’s an outdoor kitchen with a built-in grill, sink, and prep space, an outdoor fireplace and television, and a vanishing edge pool with a spa. There’s also a seasonal pond. 

What We Love: The home has 12″ thick exterior walls of reinforced concrete for exceptional energy savings, sound mitigation, and healthier air quality. 

Represented By: Barbie Blackmore of Corcoran Global Living

List: $2,345,000.


What’s Here: Set on more than five acres in Tomball, just five minutes away from The Woodlands, this five-bedroom, seven-bathroom house is set on unrestricted land, with no HOA, letting you customize the property as you please. On the ground floor, there are three bedrooms and three separate living areas. Each of the two wings also has a bedroom, each with its own en suite bathroom. Outside, there’s a covered veranda with an outdoor kitchen, complete with grill, fridge, and sink, plus a fire pit, pool, and spa. 

What We Love: The house has an oversized game room with a storage room that could be used as a home gym, as well as a media room with its own glass-enclosed music studio, perfect for any activity requiring sound-proofing. (Drum practice, perhaps?)

Represented By: Beth Ferester of Corcoran Ferester Realty.

List: $2,490,000.

Puerto Rico

What’s Here: A 1,700-square-foot contemporary loft with 30′ ceilings in San Juan’s Condado Beach has floor-to-ceiling windows, illuminating the entire apartment. There’s a spacious sleeping area in the loft’s mezzanine, as well as a custom Murphy bed in the living area, plus two full bathrooms, plenty of closet space, and a large balcony. With a Sonos surround sound system, smart lighting control, and automated shades, you can change the atmosphere in the apartment with the push of a button.  

What We Love:  This is a luxury building with concierge service, a state-of-art gym, and a pool with a tanning deck, and the unit also includes two parking spaces. 

Represented By: Blanca Hebe Lopez Pierluisi of Corcoran Puerto Rico

List: $1,395,000.

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