by INHABIT EDITORS
A monthly showcase of new construction real estate
listings across the Corcoran network.
listings across the Corcoran network.
From towering new developments to single-family spec homes, these remarkable properties await their first buyers to call them home. Taking center stage this month: Ingenuity and amenities in the Hamptons, a spectacular Lower Manhattan townhouse with a two-car garage, and a four-bedroom (and four-season) retreat in the High Sierras.
New York City
What’s Here: Gilded Age grandeur remastered with mansion-like magnificence. This modern townhouse—the largest single-family home in Northwest Tribeca—is the result of a top-down transformation of an ornate 1886 warehouse. Elements like an exposed brick staircase and industrial-inspired elevator bring a timeless quality paying homage to the building’s storied past. The second floor-encompassing living room is flooded with natural light, boasting multiple seating areas, white oak flooring, and a gas fireplace with a custom cast stone surround. An open-plan kitchen and family room cover the third floor, connected to two west-facing balconies. Take the aforementioned elevator all the way to the roof terrace for panoramic views of the Hudson River and Lower Manhattan skyline.
What We Love: The stunning full-floor primary suite, boasting a private balcony, a fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows framing awe-inspiring river views. There’s a skylit dressing room, and a spa-like bathroom with a soaking tub and rain shower.
Represented By: Nick Helmuth and Joe Pellegrino of Corcoran’s SoHo Office.
What’s Here: This clever Water Mill home takes a lot of the guesswork out of life—it’s considered all the little things, so you don’t have to. That means features like fiber optic smart home technology throughout, a rooftop solar array, and an EV charging station. In between dips in the heated pool, you can relax the day away under a covered porch outfitted with an outdoor kitchen and a fireplace. Primary suites are found on the first and second floors—your choice will come down to whether you prefer private deck access or balcony views over the backyard—and the remaining bedrooms have en-suite baths, an adjoining balcony, or both.
What We Love: There’s a guest bedroom in the finished basement, but considering its ensuite bathroom has a dry sauna, maybe that’s a third primary suite. If that isn’t enough to send you hurrying down the stairs, this lovely lower level also has space for a gym, media room, and wine cellar.
Represented By: Jason Schommer of Corcoran’s Bridgehampton Office.
What’s Here: This custom-crafted four-bedroom retreat, being built by Granite Chief Construction, will have more than 3,989 square feet of living space when complete. Set on a .75 acre lot, this house is the ultimate four-season hideaway. The primary suite is set off to one side of the open-plan living space, and the guest suite extends off of the opposite side. On the second floor, there are two bedrooms, each with their own en suite bathroom, as well as a separate lounge (or home office) and terrace. The layout ensures privacy for everybody, while providing a comfortable shared gathering space for relaxation and meals together.
What We Love: The house is part of the private Lahontan mountain and golf community, which offers spectacular amenities year-round. In the summer, visit the Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course, a full-sized swimming pool, the tennis and pickleball courts, and the croquet lawn. In the winter, hit the slopes at Northstar’s 100 runs, just a short drive away. Plus, there’s a private dining lodge!
Represented By: Christy Morrison of Corcoran Global Living.
What’s Here: Set on nearly a quarter of an acre, this new construction house with four bedrooms and four bathrooms is right in the middle of the Gulf Breeze Peninsula, just minutes away from the water on either side. It’s designed so that the all of the public spaces are on the first floor, including a living room with a grand fireplace that opens directly onto a covered patio and the backyard. Upstairs, via a floating staircase, you’ll find all of the bedrooms, three of which have walk-in closets, plus a balcony off the primary suite.
What We Love: Gulf Breeze is just across the Santa Rosa Sound from Pensacola Beach, and it’s an easy 30-minute drive or boat ride to Pensacola, Opal Beach, or the Gulf Islands National Seashore.
Represented By: Hilary Farnum-Fasth and Joline Buffalino of Corcoran Reverie.
What’s Here: The townhouses at The Nolen are inspired by English cottages and reconceived for contemporary living in the heart of Myers Park. Surrounded by a tree canopy, The Nolen also has an interior courtyard, with a view of the foliage from all sides. This unit has four stories, covering approximately 2,761 square feet, with three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms. There are Ecobee Smart thermostats on each floor, and an electric car outlet in the two-car garage.
What We Love: The fourth-floor rooftop terrace further extends the theme of a green oasis within the urban core. The Nolen is close to the Briar Creek Greenway and Little Sugar Creek Greenway, both of which are popular for a stroll, easy biking, or dog walking. Plus, there’s plenty of shopping and dining less than 1/10 of a mile away.
Represented By: Valerie Mitchener and Maren Brisson-Kuester of Corcoran HM Properties.