by INHABIT EDITORS
A showcase of fabulous four-bedroom
listings across the Corcoran network.
listings across the Corcoran network.
From the big city to the Big Island, these four-bedroom homes are just the right size. Taking center stage this month: A standout penthouse loft in Tribeca, a California Craftsman in Santa Monica, a modernized Mediterranean-style in Miami, a Tudor mansion in bucolic Briarcliff Manor, and an enclave on Hawaii’s Kona Coast.
New York City
What’s Here: Life in a penthouse loft doesn’t come as lookbook-perfect as in this residence on the Tribeca side of Canal Street. Sitting inside a c.1883 Queen Anne-style cast-iron building, the home emits vibrant energy—helped in no small part by exposures to all four cardinal directions. Find all the hallmarks of modern luxury, from the high ceilings to the expansive great room to the minimalist kitchen to the sensational primary suite to the location within one of NYC’s most exciting areas.
What We Love: There’s no discussing this penthouse without gushing over the rooftop terrace. It’s 3,000 square feet of jaw-dropping private space, ideal for whatever it is you want to do while reveling in skyline views.
What’s Here: A can’t-miss condominium located among excellent East End elements—it sits steps from Old Fort Pond and the Shinnecock Bay and is within minutes of Atlantic Ocean beaches and downtown Southampton Village. There is an abundant amount of living space across the home’s first level, with enough area to set aside for a dining room and a cozy nook beside a fireplace. All of the bedrooms reside on the second floor, and each provides a peaceful realm in which to unwind.
What We Love: With an inviting front porch and a charming backyard that’s enveloped in lush greenery, soak up the Hamptons from twin outdoor spaces.
What’s Here: Maybe it’s the Florida sunlight filling the interior from its open floorplan up to the lofty ceilings, but if there’s one word to describe this house, it’s warmth. Located in Miami’s historic Morningside area, recent renovations have really helped this Mediterranean-style abode glow. While easily noticeable upgrades like the marble countertop kitchen, built-in breakfast booth, or heated saltwater pool make things pop, subtle details like baseboard moldings underline the superior quality.
What We Love: In addition to Morningside’s certified historic status, proximity to the city’s Midtown and Design District neighborhoods make this house’s location second-to-none.
What’s Here: A gracious 1920 Tudor mansion sitting on almost three acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, including an extraordinarily pretty pool and patio area, in the lovely Westchester village of Briarcliff Manor. The house itself covers 5,200 square feet with the four bedrooms and three bathrooms on the second floor; several common living areas including a large living room, library, eat-in kitchen, and a formal dining room on the first floor; plus three more rooms on the third floor, all thoughtfully renovated.
What We Love: The house’s historic charm is enhanced by original period details, including arched doorways and moldings, hardwood floors, lead glass windows and doors, and two fireplaces.
What’s Here: This lovely reimagined California Craftsman house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms in the primary residence and an additional bedroom and bathroom in the two-story accessory dwelling unit. The main house has a blended post-and-beam dining and living room flooded with plenty of light from the large windows on the first floor, as well as a primary bedroom suite that opens directly onto the backyard. There’s also a super-stylish eat-in kitchen with a center island and custom cabinets.
What We Love: The accessory dwelling unit has a self-contained studio apartment on the second floor—complete with a kitchen and bathroom—and an all-purpose room on the first floor. It’s the perfect guest house for visiting friends and family.
What’s Here: Stretch out in this Myers Park contemporary townhouse, built in 2000, with its four floors and 3,982 square feet of living space. The house boasts two primary bedroom suites on two different floors, plus two additional bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, and a separate family room and living room, which has a fireplace. Several common areas can be used as rec rooms, home offices, media centers, or guest rooms—there’s plenty of space to configure the layout to meet your needs.
What We Love: The rooftop terrace is a showstopper; it has stunning views and plenty of space for alfresco meals.
What’s Here: An unusual remodeled one-level house in Old Southwest Reno has 4,086 square feet of living space spread over 0.85 acres. The four bedrooms and four bathrooms surround the house’s centerpiece: the expansive covered atrium, including a fountain. Outside, there’s a wraparound driveway to the three-car garage, an outdoor patio with a fire pit, and an Asian pear tree.
What We Love: The rustic accents throughout the house, including double barn doors leading to the primary bedroom, exposed beams throughout, and decorative tile in the bathrooms.
What’s Here: Welcome to this classic mid-century ranch in Park Hill, with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, as well as a family room, and a covered patio that opens onto the backyard. One of the bedrooms has been converted into a walk-in closet and dressing room, but can easily be used as originally intended. The remodeled kitchen has maple cabinets, two sinks, and a cabinet pantry.
What We Love: The two bathrooms are original to the house, with a retro vintage flair rarely seen today, including a vanity and changing area in the red-themed en suite bathroom and a pink-and-green hallway bathroom, complete with a swan mural.
What’s Here: Located on Hawaii’s majestic Kona Coast, this four bedroom house has a large lap pool that faces the beach and the ocean. The first floor has a spacious entryway and dining room, an open-concept living room with views of the pool and the ocean beyond. Upstairs, the four air-conditioned bedrooms each have stunning views and one has a private balcony, while another has its own kitchenette. The house is just a five-minute walk to the beach and a mile from downtown Kailua-Kona.
What We Love: This is a licensed short-term rental, with plenty of space for all the guests to enjoy communal meals and movie nights, as well as spacious bedrooms for privacy.