Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
April 19 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: A stunning pre-war condo in Upper Manhattan, a historic Rockland County farmhouse with ties to a legendary American music composer, a high-fashion oceanfront condo near Fort Lauderdale, and a lavish retreat on LA’s storied Miracle Mile.

What’s Here: 1,370 square feet of Lower Manhattan penthouse bliss, filling the sixth and seventh floors of a classic pre-war building between Bowery and Lafayette. The three-bedroom duplex features not one but two private elevator entrances, along with a floating staircase that doubles as an architectural focal point.

What We Love: Four terraces, including the perfect roof deck.

Asking: $6,500,000. 

Joe Pellegrino
m. 973.204.3606
o. 212.941.2585

Maria Pashby
m. 917.520.0592
o. 212.893.1436

Nick Helmuth
m. 760.586.2560
o. 212.941.2630

What’s Here: A sunny corner two-bedroom in Hamilton Park, a downright stunning pre-war condominium coupling unobstructed views with serious curb appeal. Unit 4A has been meticulously renovated from from top to bottom, resplendent with high ceilings, wide open views, and new oak floors. Building amenities add a furnished roof deck, virtual doorman, and bike storage.

What We Love: Eight large windows with gracious curves that offer three exposures in the living room. 

Asking: $999,000. 

Julia Boland
m. 917.690.4861

What’s Here: A semi-attached, 20′ wide Federal-style townhouse on a 20-by-100-foot lot, currently configured as two three-bedroom, two-bath duplexes. The primary residence boasts an open living room with Southern exposure, along with a charming kitchen—there’s a classic dining nook with a built-in banquette—that overlooks the landscaped garden.

What We Love: The top-floor skylights upstairs, and the spacious basement downstairs.

Asking: $3,795,000.

Christopher R. Sheller
m. 917.576.2985
o. 718.765.3792

Juliette E. Pannone
m. 646. 721.0113
o. 718.765.3793

What’s Here: A charming four-bedroom cottage in Northwest Woods, pairing 2,900 square feet of handsome interior by Hyphen & Co. with 1.7 lush, private acres. Inside, you’ll find a free-flowing open living area with beamed ceilings, along with inspired private quarters, three-and-a-half luxe bathrooms, and a finished basement.

What We Love: The groomed grounds, filled with blossoming gardens, rolling lawns, and a sparkling pool.

Asking: $2,500,000.

Michael Schultz
m. 917.882.8338
o. 631.899.0254

What’s HereA quaint yet impressive beach cottage with zigzagging bulkhead, a private slice of beach, and some of the most desirable water views on the East End. Dating to the 1940s, this classic home was lovingly restored in the 1990s, bringing out priceless period details like the robust rock fireplace. A detached two-car garage adds a flexible living or creative space upstairs.

What We Love: The heated pool right at the water’s edge

Asking: $2,995,000. 

Peter M. McCracken
m. 631.774.0107
o. 631.749.2526

What’s Here: An enchanting 1927 Tudor-style home tucked away on an inviting, tree-lined street in the Loh Park neighborhood of Tarrytown. Boasting historic character and modern amenities, the three-bedroom home features high beamed ceilings, a formal dining room, and an impressive chef’s kitchen with subway tile back-splash. 

What We Love: The spacious deck, which with its large covered awning effectively doubles as a three-season porch room.

Asking: $779,000. 

Jody Toth
m. 914.907.9529
o. 914.332.6300


What’s Here: A lovingly restored c.1850 homestead on 1.2 acres, replete with its original five-bedroom farmhouse, specimen plantings, and a two-story, 2,700-square-foot barn. The main house was once home to John J. and Hannah Coe, who rented it as a summer home to such historic notables as master of marches John Philip Sousa—it’s said he wrote “The Charlatan March” on the front porch.

What We Love: The second, legal entrance to discrete private quarters within the home.

Asking: $748,000.

Ryan Paige
m. 845.825.4478
o. 845.358.9440

Adam Blankfort
m. 845.641.3255
o. 845.358.9440

What’s Here: London-meets-Manhattan in Hollywood—the less-hilly one in this case, where this haute three-bedroom soars above the Atlantic Ocean with a wrapping terrace. The accents are second to none: Alexander McQueen moldings, Scavolini baths, and a Boffi chef’s kitchen with Miele appliances. Add that all, of course, to its amenity-loaded Yabu Pushelberg building.

What We Love: A Savant smart home automation system to keep it all as breezy as the lifestyle.

Asking: $3,750,000. 

Julian Johnston
m. 305.502.3985

Kristina Surtseva
m. 571.225.9802

What’s Here: Casa Incantata, a custom and private three-bedroom residence in desirable Harbor Estates of Lake Worth Beach. The single-story home features a home office, a formal dining room, and an ultra-private backyard with expansive entertaining space and oversized pool, all enclosed by 8-foot walls.

What We Love: The private dock with a boat lift.

Asking: $2,100,000. 

Simone Desiderio
m. 561.762.0867

What’s Here: The quintessential Emerald Coast beach home. Designed with the utmost attention to detail, this picture-perfect Seagrove Beach residence beckons with six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, and a second-floor deck with wide-open water views and a pool. It’s all seconds from the sand, not to mention world-class fishing and first-rate dining.

What We Love: The possibility to add a separate carriage house with guest quarters and a a private garage.

Asking: $4,249,000. 

Jacob Watkins
m. 850.797.8694
o. 850.231.5030

What’s Here: A spacious French Country-inspired home on a shaded 1.33-acre lot along the shores of Lake Jessamine. 7,000 square feet of elegant interior features five bedrooms, five baths, an elegant formal dining room with a wine room, and a stunning library with a cathedral ceiling and wood-burning fireplace.

What We Love: The sparkling pool and spa, embraced by the beautifully-landscaped grounds and towering oak trees. 

Asking: $1,800,000

Irina Carp
m. 407.969.9937
o. 407.749.6200

Dan Natoli
m. 407.595.8395
o. 407.749.6200

Linnette Sanzalone Thomas
m. 407.625.8013
o. 407.749.6200

What’s Here: A beautifully maintained single-family in the heart of West Town, boasting unbeatable outdoor space with skyline views. The charming home offers five bedrooms, including a large primary suite with vaulted ceilings, along with an open-concept living area and an oversized two-car garage.

What We Love: The renovated kitchen with new cabinets, quartz countertops, and a Wolf cooktop

Asking: $999,000. 

Tyler Stallings
m. 513.680.3924
o. 312.528.9200

What’s Here: A custom three-bedroom home on 10 fenced, code entry-gated acres of the unexpected, including six acres of producing walnut groves, a tennis court, an oversized dog run, and a baseball field. Inside, you’ll find that classic kitchen-to-family room flow, along with a three-car attached garage. Beside the pool lies the custom pool house, a bonafide retreat whether you’re swimming or not.

What We Love: Fully-paid oversized solar panels.

Asking: $2,725,000. 

Bryan Hogge
o. 925.437.8181

What’s Here: An exquisite Spanish-inspired gem located in the historic Miracle Mile neighborhood, featuring an impressive welcome by private courtyard and fountain. The classic three-bedroom, dating to 1937, features ornate period details in the living and dining rooms, along with a handsome chef’s kitchen and a wine cellar.

What We Love: All that colorful tile and swoon-worthy stained glass.

Asking: $2,695,000. 

Peter Lorimer
m. 310.666.7383
o. 310.441.0111

Cindy Lorimer
o. 310.441.0111

What’s Here: A turnkey model home at Regency Damonte, a gated Toll Brothers community centrally-located in the biggest little city in the world. The sunny 2015-built home has two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a generously sized chef’s kitchen, and a quiet, fenced-in backyard. 

What We Love: The unique interior courtyard.

Asking: $679,000. 

Tom Bruno
m. 775.742.3106

What’s Here: More than 3,600 square feet of unparalleled new construction at Kukui’ula, showcasing the highest standards of resort living on the South Shore of Kauai. This five-bedroom masterwork features oversized pocket doors for true indoor-outdoor living, revealing a backyard paradise that overlooks the large heated pool, outdoor kitchen, and the links beyond.

What We Love: The great room truly emblematic of its name.

Asking: $4,985,000.

Hannah Sirois
o. 808.589.2040
m. 808.639.2367

What’s Here: A modernized classic in Old Cherry Hill, sited on a premier corner lot with a circular drive. The five-bedroom stunner has been thoroughly rebuilt by the distinguished team at Diamond Homes, replete with five stunning fireplaces, a heated four-car garage, and a sound system in every room. Out back, there’s a grand dining pergola and an outdoor kitchen.

What We Love: The attached guest house with a private entrance.

Asking: $4,495,000. 

Lisa Butterly McDonald
m. 303.570.9632
o. 303.399.7777

What’s Here: Southwestern sophistication and charm at every corner. This Troon Estates three-bedroom, set at on a cul-de-sac in the golf-forward community, offers elegant interiors, park-like grounds, and a painted desert backdrop. The expansive, landscape backyard adds a pool, putting green, and ample patio space for quality time al fresco.

What We Love: The cocktail balcony off the main suite, framing those panoramic views of city lights and cactus-covered peaks.

Asking: $3,180,000. 

Andrea Ellison
m. 480.435.5989
o. 480.794.1694