Corcoran’s A-List
March 2023


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: A horse farm in Connecticut, a modern marvel in Marin County, a Blue Ridge Mountains retreat with a 25-foot waterfall, and a dreamy cottage tucked into the innate tranquility of Kauai’s Wainiha River Canyon.

New York City

What’s Here: A private elevator dings on the third floor of this c.1928 co-op, opening into a four-bedroom paragon of Upper East Side living. Prewar detailing abounds, including crown moldings in nearly every room and two wood-burning fireplaces. Grand entertaining spaces help define the home. Herringbone hardwood floors run across the living room’s 450-plus square feet, awash in natural light. Meanwhile, a caramel-hued library boasts built-in shelves and enough space to read a story or regale guests with one. Seat 20 in the formal dining room or take things to a casual place in the windowed eat-in kitchen that adjoins an also-windowed breakfast nook.

What We Love: The primary suite is a resplendent retreat complete with walk-in closets, a dressing room, and custom built-ins. It also serves a dual purpose, housing a separate home office with a built-in desk.

Represented By: Cathy Franklin, Alexis Bodenheimer, and Nika Kneitschel of Corcoran’s East Side Office.

What’s Here: Everything in this duplex penthouse — from the wide-plank walnut flooring up — swims in sunlight thanks to a breathtaking double-height solarium. This towering glass array also frames the home’s Hudson River views, shared by three private terraces and even the soaking tub in the primary bath. Most of the walls have gallery-sized proportions, perfect for showcasing your collection. Pass by zebrawood and glass wardrobes in the primary suite’s walkthrough closet before stepping into the luxe, spa-worthy bath, flaunting a two-person rain shower, an infrared sauna, radiant heat floors, and that aforementioned soaking tub.

What We Love: Being on a Belgian-block West Village block with unbeatable access to cultural gems. Also tough to beat: The building’s rooftop, with its 50-foot infinity lap pool, jacuzzi, dining areas, and — of course — panoramic Hudson views.

Represented By: Dana Power and Max Nehrig of Corcoran’s Chelsea/Flatiron Office.

What’s Here: A sleek white brick Williamsburg townhouse with outdoor space galore. This five-bedroom fresh build melds prewar sensibilities with Scandinavian minimalism through an exacting eye. The parlor-level living room sits beside a marble-mantel gas fireplace, with a back wall that opens to a deck and fully-landscaped backyard. Then there’s the kitchen, clad with Calacatta Monet marble and outfitted with oodles of cabinetry including a ceiling-hung glass display case. There’s a stunning curved plaster staircase, which catches the sun through a skylight. The journey upward concludes on a sweet roof deck peering across the neighborhood. Even the floors are exemplary: you’ll find herringbone oak, terrazzo, and terra cotta tile.

What We Love: The home’s full garden level, equipped with a kitchen and bedroom — perfect for a guest suite or separate revenue-generating apartment.

Represented By: Deborah L. Rieders and Sarah Shuken of Corcoran’s Brooklyn Heights Office.

East End

What’s Here: This five-bedroom Sag Harbor home offers a modern presentation of the village’s traditional residential form, down to the shiplap facade. Air and natural light flow with ease through the ground floor, which effortlessly blends the foyer, dining room, kitchen, and living room. The living room centers around a hearth-warming gas fireplace, and the kitchen gazes directly at Otter Pond. Relax in grandeur beneath vaulted ceilings in the second floor’s primary suite, containing walk-in closets, a separate sitting room, and a private sun deck. Or step down to the finished lower level, featuring two bedrooms, a lounge, and space for games.

What We Love: The outdoor space is an outstanding oasis. There’s a covered patio-outdoor kitchen tandem, a heated saltwater pool — with poolside seating — and a pool house/studio. Literally capping it off, the patio’s topside is a balcony overlooking the grounds.

Represented By: Peter J. Moore of Corcoran’s Montauk Office.


What’s Here: On six-plus acres, a seaside rendezvous in Jupiter with 254 feet of Loxahatchee River frontage. An over 600-foot-long, palm tree-lined driveway leads through the main house’s front door into a dazzling double-height entry. Marble floors, stately wood finishes, and crown and baseboard moldings foster a majestic aura. That feeling gets fully realized in the family room, which bursts wide open thanks to automated sliding doors adjoining the space to a covered loggia. Get swept up in a sea breeze underneath a coffered, wood-paneled ceiling — whether cooking in the summer kitchen, dining al fresco, or lounging by the fireplace.

What We Love: One of life’s simpler yet unparalleled pleasures is relaxing in one body of water while gazing at another. Here, that ideal is achieved here from within a double-level swimming pool with unobstructed Loxahatchee views.

Represented By: Jennifer Hyland of Corcoran’s Palm Beach Gardens Office.

What’s Here: A classic six-bedroom in Windermere sits on more than two elevated acres, with a coveted 550 feet of frontage on the Butler Chain of Lakes. The grand columns supporting the portico at the front of the house are repeated at the back of the house, where two levels of a wraparound veranda/balcony offer plenty of space for outdoor living and gazing out at the water. Ionic columns also reappear indoors in the living room, adding a formal detail to the house’s traditional layout. There’s also a study and home gym.

What We Love: The grounds of this estate are downright swoon-worthy, designed to take advantage of the property’s lakefront views. The garden is landscaped with mature trees covered with dripping moss, azaleas, and a lush lawn — there’s also a pool and spa, a fire pit with ample seating, a brand-new two-story boat dock, a detached guest house, and even a private sand beach. 

Represented By:  Matt Tomaszewski and Steve Healy of Corcoran Premier Realty.


What’s Here: Mead Farm is a beloved equestrian property in Stamford — its history dates back to 1928 — nestled in the heart of horse country. It consists of two parcels, one covering 3.14 acres and the other 1.7 acres. The residence has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, an office, and a sunroom. The Greenwich Riding & Trail Association’s network of trails are interwoven through the farm’s acreage and the farm currently offers year-round lessons, as well as long- and short-term boarding for horses. 

What We Love: This a working horse farm, and all of the expected amenities are here. Outside, there are four riding rings and five paddocks, while the stable, with 26 stalls for both boarders and the farm’s own horses, has two heated tack rooms, a feed room, grooming stalls, welcome stalls, a grain silo, and a rider’s club room. There’s also the possibility of building an indoor riding ring.

Represented By: Jeff Jackson of Corcoran Centric Realty.


What’s Here: A spacious four-bedroom, four-bathroom retreat in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains has enough space for the whole gang to spread out. There’s a deck on each of the three floors, with one side giving a view of the property’s 25-foot waterfall that cascades into its own creek. Set in a quiet neighborhood, the property has all-paved access, making it easy to drive here.

What We Love: This house was recently featured on the American Dream Homes television show, as houses in the Blue Ridge Mountains have become hot property. More and more people are discovering the region’s beautiful natural surroundings and prime access to hiking trails, including serving as the start of the Appalachian Trail.

Represented By: Debi Bruggemeier of Corcoran Classic Living.

South Carolina

What’s Here: A historic and meticulously renovated Mount Pleasant home with five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms. The c.1865 residence is a picture-perfect example of a Charleston Single, with its classic front-facing piazzas — its ceilings painted in the traditional piazza or haint blue — and a separate outbuilding, now transformed into a guest house, in the rear. Every modern convenience has been added, but subtly integrated into the 19th-century structure. The kitchen has a Scotsman Nugget Ice Machine, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, and the house’s new HVAC, ductwork, and insulation was installed in 2020. 

What We Love: Technically two separate lots, the property’s adjacent lot houses a temperature-controlled garage. The rest of the backyard is a lush oasis, with a saltwater pool, hot tub, fruit trees, raised garden beds, and outdoor kitchen. There’s also an elaborate play structure and a basketball court. The guest house has a full kitchen, seating area, bedroom, full bathroom, and laundry. 

Represented By: Meghan Webster of Corcoran HM Properties


What’s Here: This striking four-bedroom contemporary in Bow Mar covers 4,540 square feet and sits on a 1.14 acre lot. The main level has an open-plan layout and is awash in natural light thanks to the large windows on both sides. Beyond the bedrooms, there’s a study with built-in shelves and desk on the main level, while the lower level has a home gym, a rec room with a fireplace and wet bar. Smart home features include Nest thermostats, a Ring doorbell, and myQ garage, all of which can be controlled remotely.

What We Love: Get your Rocky Mountain high on—the rec room and the living area both open up to expansive decks, which provide spectacular mountain views from either the outdoor seating or the hot tub. 

Represented By: Kristi Lucas and Nicole Ridley of Corcoran Perry & Co

Bay Area

What’s Here: The Bridge House is a spectacular architectural stunner, designed by the late, renowned Marin architect Brent Dickens. It’s one of several Dickens-designed houses in a private enclave in Los Ranchitos, an unincorporated community in Marin County. Dickens, a native Californian, understood the topography and climate of the Bay Area in his bones, and this house showcases the majestic views and light of Northern California in every room. There are three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, a family room with a wet bar, an office space with a built-in desk in front of a wide window, a large workshop, and a three-car garage.

What We Love: There’s abundant natural light in the house, thanks to the multiple skylights, floor-to-ceiling windows, and balconies. But the Bridge House’s most unusual use of glass is in the living room, where the glass floor under the coffee table looks down directly into the pond and stream below. 

Represented By: Michele Westhoff and Michael Belluomini of Corcoran Icon Properties


What’s Here: Imagine walking out of your backyard and paddling down the Wainiha River, straight down to the Wainiha Bay and Beach! This beautifully renovated three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage tucked away in the lush Wainiha Valley has been completely re-wired, with new light fixtures, new floors, new kitchen, and new windows, making this 1972 charmer feel completely fresh, while still retaining its period appeal. The interior takes advantage of the sharply peaked roof with a fun dormer bedroom, a funky office nook, and a large triangle of glass windows in the living room and kitchen that floods the space with natural light. 

What We Love: There’s no need for a white noise machine in paradise — the back of the house directly overlooks the river, which means waking up and going to sleep to the comforting sounds of the babbling brook. 

Represented By: Donna Rice of Corcoran Pacific Properties.

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