Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
April 12 Edition

by Abigail Finn

Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, South Florida, and beyond.

Enjoy our weekly survey of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: Traditional elegance on the Upper West Side, a chic one-bedroom in Brooklyn, a 50-acre Hudson Valley orchard being offered after 200+ years of same-family ownership, a word-class penthouse on Miami Beach’s famed Collins Avenue, and a stylish cul-de-sac Ranch in Scottsdale.

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RENO/TAHOE     |      HAWAII      |     CHICAGO     |     DENVER    |    PHOENIX/SCOTTSDALE

What’s HereA sleek five bedroom condo at River & Warren, spanning nearly 3,000 square feet with unobstructed views over the Hudson River. The sun-splashed Lower Manhattan residence enjoys exposures from the west, north, and east, infusing the home with a bright everyday outlook. The gourmet kitchen (which flanks the bright open-plan living and dining space) has a 48″ SubZero fridge, an oversized marble island, and a vented, six-burner Miele range. Did we mention the resident amenities and surrounding green space?

What We Love: The half-bay window in the primary bedroom, adding a touch of classical warmth.

Asking: $5,499,000. 

Tara King-Brown
m. 917.371.0551

Danielle Morreale
m. 201.704.0445

What’s Here: A newly-renovated three bedroom co-op on sought-after West End Avenue that’s chock full of pre-war details, including (but hardly limited to) high beamed ceilings, two decorative fireplaces, crown moldings, and pristine herringbone hardwood floors. You’ll also find a myriad of modern upgrades, most notably central air conditioning and the coveted in-unit laundry. Custom shelving, a butler’s dry bar, and a Waterworks bathroom round out this perfect package of timeless old-New York elegance for today’s living.

What We Love: The slew of elevated building amenities—there’s a handsome new roof deck.

Asking: $4,995,000. 

Deanna Kory
o. 212.937.7011

Ileana M. Lopez-Balboa
o. 212.323.3214

What’s Here: An artful one bedroom co-op, freshly redesigned by Kat Klopp Interiors, that’s a stone’s throw from Prospect Park, the Parkside Avenue Q train, and PLG’s countless shops, cafes, and restaurants—the surrounding blocks host a vibrant array of mostly-independent businesses with that classic Brooklyn-neighborhood feel. The open-concept living area, with its remodeled kitchen and portable island, welcomes flexible configurations; there’s also a generous amount of storage throughout.

What We Love: The big picture window, overlooking neighboring tree tops and basking the home’s pre-war details in a surreal painter’s light.

Asking: $399,000. 

Jodi Cook
m. 917.923.7767
o. 718.499.3700

Charlie Pigott
m. 917.771.5346
o. 718.832.4173

What’s Here: The pre-construction offering of a six-bedroom Contemporary stunner, to be completed on 2.7 acres in the heart of town (and before you ask, no, “Towd” isn’t a typo—it’s an Algonquian word meaning “wading place,” appended to a few area streets and place names). The stunning property lies just about equidistant from North Sea Harbor and ocean beaches in the village, affording the foremost privacy with the convenience of being mere minutes from everything the Hamptons has to offer.

What We Love: The finished lower level, designed to accommodate a gym, home theater, or whatever your heart desires.

Asking: $5,995,000. 

Michael DeSario
o. 631.907.1491

What’s Here: A charming 2018-built retreat on .7 acres beside Little Long Pond, with three guest suites and a dock permit. The charming main residence, channeling whaler’s abodes of days gone by, showcases 5,600 square feet of modern warmth, offering four bedrooms, six baths, an oversized great room with a fireplace, and a cozy library. There’s a stunning kitchen with dark grey cabinetry and a blue oven, and a salt water pool out back.

What We Love: The generously-sized home office, perfect for summer Fridays or inspired full-time WFH.
Asking: $3,195,000. 

Mala Sander
m. 917.902.7654
o. 631.899.0108

What’s Here: A Mansard-roofed farmstead with 50 acres of sprawling orchard, owned by just a single family for the past 200 years. The 3,000-square-foot main residence enjoys dramatic views over the fully-functional property, which boasts four ponds, a rambling century-old red barn, and neatly-ordered rows of trees that produce nine varieties of apples, three pear varietals, and nectarines.

What We Love: The distant mountain views—and, of course, that agricultural tax exemption.

Asking: $799,000. 

Michele L. Richards
m. 845.389.1590
o. 845.338.5832

What’s Here: A sunny, loft-like condo—one of seven on the grounds of a converted Victorian estate—located just a block from town. This unique suburban home offers three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious great room with a fireplace, and a windowed kitchen with stainless steel appliances. There’s even a westward-facing private patio with views over the river, perfect for catching those dreamy sunsets over the Hudson River and New Jersey Palisades.

What We Love: All of those skylights.

Asking: $740,000. 

Jane Shanky
m. 914.479.4072
o. 914.591.5600

What’s Here: Two floors of unparalleled penthouse at L’Atelier Miami Beach, representing some of the most coveted skyward real estate in the world. More than 16,000 square feet compose this oceanfront tour de force, which soars above the Atlantic and legendary Collins Avenue with walls of windows, 22-foot ceilings, and a statement floating staircase that embraces the glass elevator shaft.

What We Love: The dramatic rooftop terrace, with its summer kitchen and 40-foot infinity pool.

Asking: $39,900,000. 

Eloy Carmenate
m. 305.582.7179

Mick Duchon
m. 732.754.7535

What’s Here: A delightful and historic compound offering 7,554 total square feet of interior across the brightly-painted main residence and guest cottage. The 2002-built main residence features five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, with three of each in the cottage and staff quarters that add an additional bedroom and bath. Out back, there’s a spacious and private backyard with a loggia and an oversized pool.

What We Love: Views over the Atlantic from several rooms, along with double-stacked outdoor spaces to further enjoy them.

Asking: $11,900,000. 

Courtney Knopf
m. 561.516.0678

What’s Here: A “modern beach barn” in the Old Seagrove neighborhood, offering a charming blend of contemporary and classic coastal style. The front entrance is flanked by 20′ barn doors, revealing a soaring entry hall with vaulted ceilings held aloft by reclaimed beams. There’s a private, detached guest apartment in the carriage house that overlooks the pool and spa, connected to the main house via breezeway and a spacious patio.

What We Love: The richly-accented, double-height great room, anchoring the home’s open main living area.

Asking: $3,694,000. 

Jacob Watkins
m. 850.797.8694
o. 850.231.5030

Hilary Farnum-Fasth
m. 850.685.0171
o. 850.231.5030

What’s Here: A stunning, brand-new five bedroom in the Bella Vita community, beckoning you up its long driveway with every bit of curb appeal. The nearly 5,000-square-foot residence features a modern chef’s kitchen with quartz countertops and marble accents, a spacious game room, and a chic lanai overlooking the yard. It’s all surrounded by striking landscaping from front to back.

What We Love: The outdoor kitchen and fireplace.

Asking: $1,940,000. 

Mauro Costa
m. 321.231.6800
o. 407.749.6200

What’s Here: A spacious three-bedroom condo at the St. Regis Chicago residences, a newly-constructed wonder at the center of downtown. With southern exposures and walls of windows overlooking the skyline and Lake Michigan, it’s a setting that simply cannot be beat. The sleek and spacious chef’s kitchen opens right to a glass-walled balcony.

What We Love: Looking right down to the Navy Pier ferris wheel.

Asking: $2,750,000. 

Bo Xu
o. 312.528.9200
m. 312.989.2354

What’s Here: A classic fieldstone-fronted Noe Valley townhome, constructed in 1938 and fully brought up to today’s tech-forward standards of San Francisco living. You’ll find four bedrooms, a sun-drenched great room with a fireplace and oversized windows, and a finished lower level that can become a home gym, studio, or whatever else you like.

What We Love: All the private outdoor space, including a spacious rooftop deck and a landscaped garden. 

Asking: $3,298,000. 

Dave Cunningham
m. 415.244.4779

What’s Here: A one-of-a-kind gated retreat in Temecula Wine Country, inspired by the hilltop retreats of Tuscany. Encompassing more than 8,000 square feet, the five-bedroom residence soars above 20 acres of property, offering five bedrooms, a cozy home office, and a central piazza with a heated pool, fireplace, and a grill—there’s even a built-in projector, for when you’re not screening in the home theater inside.

What We Love: The dramatic entry past a orchards and avocado grove.

Asking: $3,200,000.

Barbie Blackmore
m. 951.757.0077

What’s Here: One of six gorgeous homes in the new development of Cedar Shores, situated directly on Lake Tahoe. This contemporary mountain residence is sleek and sunny, boasting three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a top-notch kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and numerous balconies with views of the famously-blue waters below.

What We Love: The pier and beach access nearby.

Asking: $3,750,000. 

Darin Vicknair
m. 530.308.2538
o. 530.581.1100

Michael Oliver
m. 530.308.9810
o. 530.581.1100

What’s Here: A rarely-available, highly-coveted residence at Mauna Lani Point with dramatic ocean views as its backdrop. Unit B105 features two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a unique carved Indonesian arch wall feature that carries you into the great room, and concrete privacy walls that ensure you can enjoy your time outside.

What We Love: Watching the whales, dolphins and kayakers pass in the Pacific (beyond the 15th fairway, of course).

Asking: $2,195,000. 

Yvonne Khouri-Morgan
o. 808.885.6688
m. 808.937.4466

What’s Here: A lovely Ranch in the Tallyns Reach neighborhood of the Denver suburb, offering access to miles of trails, tennis courts, and a brisk commute to any corner of the Mile-High City. The neighborhood charmer has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an impressive formal dining room, a main level office space, and a spacious backyard. 

What We Love: The large back deck, leading to the landscaped yard and fire pit.

Asking: $600,000.

Nicole Ridley
m. 720.936.7967
o. 303.370.5784

What’s Here: A chic three-bedroom cul-de-sac home in the prestigious Scottsdale Ranch neighborhood, with an open concept layout that includes a dream chef’s kitchen with a custom quartz waterfall island. Sliding doors connect the living spaces and bedrooms to the spacious, low-maintenance backyard.

What We Love: The sophisticated design from top-to-bottom. 

Asking: $795,000.

Shawn Jardine
m. 480.382.7622
o. 480.794.1694