Corcoran’s A-List
March 2024


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 classic Brooklyn townhouse, a waterfront East End retreat with a wonderland of indoor recreation, a Florida estate with a swim-up hibachi grill, a midcentury modern stunner in Nashville, and a penthouse in Canada.


What’s Here: One rarely finds effortless indoor-outdoor flow within city limits, yet here it is at this historic SoHo penthouse duplex. Every inch of the residence connects to at least one of four terraces, adding over 2,500 landscaped square feet to call home. However, you’ll find the interior as alluring, its wide-plank hardwood floors breathtaking beneath a central solarium-scale skylight. The open expanse living-dining-kitchen room especially benefits from the skylit warmth, forming an ideal hosting space — whether sitting at the dining table or around the wood-burning fireplace. Both ensuite bedrooms sit in a private wing directly off the entry foyer.

What We Love: In addition to a 50-foot-wide roof terrace and a smaller but stellar 22-foot-long one, the home’s second level boasts a multifunctional den perfect for a media room, a home office, or even a third sleeping area with its full bathroom and wet bar.

Represented By: Steve Gold and William McLarnon of Corcoran’s East Side Office.


What’s Here: In a neighborhood defined by dazzling prewar townhouses, this Park Slope five-bedroom raises the standard. Diligent restorations bring this turn-of-the-20th-century home well into the 21st without compromising its timeless beauty. The facade remains incredibly distinct — including Ionic pilasters — and the interior wows with a stained glass skylight, intricate crown moldings, and much more. Step into plush privacy on the third floor, encompassed by a primary suite featuring a dressing room and a front-facing stone balcony. A garden-level apartment with a separate entrance could generate rental income or be an exquisite guest suite.

What We Love: While the back garden patio and private roof deck are exceptional outdoor areas for NYC living, the townhouse is only a half-block removed from the borough’s foremost green space — Prospect Park, which you can think of as another far more sprawling backyard.

Represented By: Lesley Semmelhack of Corcoran’s Park Slope Union Office.

East End

What’s Here: This resort-like Shelter Island residence will turn more than a few heads. For one, it takes full advantage of a waterfront location, accentuating marvelous west-facing vistas whenever possible — if you’ve got it, flaunt it. Everywhere, from the vast living room to the open kitchen to the wraparound deck, is the right place to stop and stare. Numerous enticing amenities also populate the property. These include but aren’t limited to a media room with seating for 20+ and a wet bar, a regulation-sized racquetball court, a mirrored yoga room, a year-round gunite pool with a hot tub, over 300 feet of private beach, and not one but two docks.

What We Love: This residence is the ultimate for vacation and entertaining, but it also feels like home. The living room is inherently inviting beneath a skylight and beside a stone mantel fireplace; the primary suite promises serene solitude with a spa-like bath and waterside balcony; the kitchen is fully equipped to cook up delectable breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and any mini-meals in between.

Represented By: Seth Madore of Corcoran’s Shelter Island Office and Sag Harbor Office.

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: Round Hill Estate is a 62-acre property with a lovely four-bedroom hilltop house at its heart. The house covers 5,852 square feet, and is thoughtfully laid out: The central section of the house has a living room with a beamed, vaulted ceiling and a fireplace constructed from stones quarried on the property, a formal dining room with a fireplace, and an eat-in kitchen that opens to a terrace. There’s a wing on the first floor that houses the primary bedroom suite, along with a private terrace, walk-in closets, and an office. The other three bedrooms are upstairs, and on the garden level, there’s a home theater, gym, and family room with a wet bar.

What We Love: The property is between Millbrook and Rhinebeck, and the extensive acreage includes a mix of open fields, fenced paddocks, an apple orchard, a pond, and woodlands. There’s also a carriage barn with heat and air conditioning on the property.

Represented By: Paula Redmond of Corcoran Country Living

South Florida

What’s Here: Where poolside and bayside meet is where you’ll find this Miami Beach manse. Take in the scenery and the rays from the back pool deck’s multiple covered and uncovered lounge areas, or enjoy a suite of al fresco meals from the outdoor kitchen with a grill, pizza oven, and wet bar. In addition to merging public and private waterfronts, the estate combines a classic Mediterranean Revival exterior with a thoroughly modern interior. Natural light sprawls throughout, invited by multifarious floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors into every glorious nook and cranny and the top of the staggering double-height living room.

What We Love: Living here means pampering yourself in style. The home sports a gym and a spa from Life Fitness, featuring a fleet of equipment, a steam room, and a sauna. For added good measure, the Biscayne Waterway-facing pool boasts chromotherapy lighting and a hot tub.

Represented By: Julian Johnston of Corcoran’s Miami Beach Office.

Central Florida

What’s Here: This home run of an estate in Windermere, set on the shores of Lake Butler, sits on a double lot of 4.78 acres and boasts more than 540 feet of water frontage. The house covers more than 20,000 square feet and has nine bedrooms, 13 full bathrooms, four half-bathrooms, and every amenity imaginable. There’s an entire wing for the primary suite, which includes two separate showers, another outdoor shower, a beauty/hair salon, a laundry room and a home gym. There are also two separate sets of guest or staff quarters — each area has two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, a living room, a kitchenette, and its own terrace. 

What We Love: Indoor amenities include a two-lane bowling alley, sports bar, home theater, games arcade, sauna and steam room, ventilated cigar lounge, and wine vault. Outside, there’s a resort-style saltwater pool with a grotto and a slide, a swim-up hibachi grill and bar, tennis and basketball courts, a sand volleyball court, splash pad and zip line, and a well-equipped boat dock.

Represented By: Alice Ann Jackson of Corcoran Premier Realty.


What’s Here: Step into a stunning Forest Hills four-bedroom home that was originally built in 1959. In 2016, architect S. Mitchell Hodge designed a plan that incorporated a complete renovation with a new addition to the structure, resulting in a light-filled retreat that meets every need — whether it’s a space for a big party or a quiet nook for reading and contemplation. The open-plan living room and dining room has soaring ceilings, gas fireplaces, and a wet bar, making it ideal for hosting gatherings large or small, while the kitchen has a 13-foot island (with space for six to sit) so guests can gather easily while chatting with the chef. There’s also a den or media room and a home office, while the lower level has a fitness area with a sauna and a shower, as well as a wine cellar. 

What We Love: The primary suite is in its own wing, and boasts its own sitting area, as well as a true stunner of a dressing area that is lined with multiple windows, mirrors and built-ins, which make getting ready every morning feel like a luxurious spa day.

Represented By: Janet Jones and Diane Ralph of Corcoran Reverie


What’s Here: Be the first one to live in this splendid, newly built six-bedroom residence. Located in the heart of Myers Park, this house was built by Dubose Custom Homes, and has an open floor plan. The first floor, which includes a great room and a living room, has wide white oak floors, 11-foot-plus ceilings, fireplaces, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The gourmet kitchen has a wet bar and a separate scullery. There’s a dramatic circular staircase that leads upstairs, where you’ll find the primary suite with its own balcony and spa-style bathroom on the second floor, and additional bedroom suites, as well as a lounge and a wet bar on the third floor. 

What We Love: The backyard is equally impressive, with a heated saltwater pool and spa, a bluestone patio, and an outdoor fireplace.

Represented By: Valerie Mitchener of Corcoran HM Properties

Northern California

What’s Here: This airy and expansive light-filled five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom estate in Oakland’s Upper Rockridge was built in 1911. Inside, historical architectural details abound, including a fireplace and built-in cabinets. Gaze out the windows from every room, and you’ll discover views of San Francisco and the Bay or sweeping vistas of the Oakland and Berkeley Hills. The house is perfect for entertaining, with the first floor hosting the shared spaces — including a living room, formal dining room, a family room, and a spacious breakfast area — while upstairs, the five bedrooms include a primary suite with its own balcony and multiple closets.

What We Love: Unusually for the Bay Area, this estate boasts an outdoor pool, hot tub, and cabana. And as an extra bonus, there’s also a separate two-story pool house, with one entrance on the garden’s lower level (next to the pool), and a second on the upper level, next to the meditative labyrinth and fire pit. The pool house can also be used as a home office or a yoga studio. 

Represented By: Heidi Marchesotti of Corcoran Icon Properties.


What’s Here: Experience being on top of the world at this three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse in Cambridge‘s Gaslight District that spans two floors and 2,028 square feet. The open-plan living area and primary bedroom open onto the balcony, while the bedroom and kitchen also have access to a private terrace. The terrace is equipped with electric, gas, and water hookups, and is permitted for hot tub installation, if desired. There’s also an in-unit washer and dryer. The real star of the penthouse is the great room, with its double-height ceilings and two tiers of enormous windows that overlook downtown Galt. 

What We Love: The unit includes two parking spaces, including one for an electric vehicle, and has access to the building’s many amenities including a spacious yoga and Pilates studio, and a private party room with access to an outdoor terrace. There’s also a community square with grills, pergolas, fire pits, and multiple seating areas.

Represented By: Cliff Rego and Bianca Scaletta of Corcoran Horizon Realty

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