Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, South Florida, and beyond.
by Abigail Finn
Enjoy our weekly survey of some of the best new Corcoran home listings, from Manhattan to South Florida to San Francisco. Among this week’s picks: A new development condo from the mind behind Studio 54, a glassy 11,000 square-foot beach house in the Hamptons, and a Marin County retreat that feels more like a Tahoe ski lodge than a suburban home just over the Golden Gate Bridge.
New York City
Conceptualized by Ian Schrager and designed by Herzog & de Meuron, 160 Leroy isn’t just an iconic collaboration in and of itself but enjoys a prime-as-can-be location in one of the most coveted corners of the West Side. This stunning three-bedroom in the iconic new building, priced at $7,950,000, showcases 2,351 square feet of interior by restrained-elegance guru Victoria Hagan, wrapped with a curving exterior wall of picture windows that perfectly showcase the Hudson River and the skyline.
Why settle for a single outdoor space when you can have three? You’ll find just that many at this grand and elegant four-story brownstone, which sits on a bucolic tree-lined street just a block from Morningside Park . Priced at $3,995,000, the six bedroom townhouse has been gorgeously restored, boasting walnut floors, high ceilings throughout and four custom fireplaces — there’s even one in the fully-loaded chef’s kitchen. A rooftop terrace features a new pergola, which holds the state-of-the-art, 12-panel solar array.
If you weren’t drawn enough by that sun-drenched, double-height great room, this triplex two bedroom has its own rooftop oasis, complete with its own storage (there’s also a deeded 100 SF unit in the cellar). Priced at $1,299,000, it’s located in one of the newer buildings on its leafy Bed-Stuy block and features two-and-a-half baths, a mezzanine loft that overlooks the great room—ideal as a den or home office—and a spacious third-floor suite, not to mention the ever-practical vented laundry room.
Where do we start? Rising from 2.5+ oceanfront acres, this masterwork of glass, wood and stone by Barnes Coy Architects rises from the sand with unparalleled sophistication in form and function. In the great room, an inverted teak pyramid dips from a 22-foot ceiling, looking outward to reveal an abstract-lined infinity pool and a private walkway to 230′ of beach. The home’s four distinct but cohesive tiers of living space also include a golf simulator, a gym with a steam room, and two staff apartments—it asks $52 million.
Fresh from a thoughtful renovation, this welcoming c.1915 residence in East Hampton village maintains its original grace and charm with all the modern additions one could ask for. Priced at $7,900,000, the light-splashed home features four bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms and a spacious and light-filled kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances. Wander through the gardens and you’ll find a detached artist’s studio with a garage and outdoor shower; a spacious deck and a pool round out the property’s accoutrements.
Long, country roads often lead great places, and Longmeadow is no exception. Set on over a dozen private acres of horse country, this exquisite retreat is a sensory Shangri-la, outfitted for tasteful living inside and out. The traditional, six-bedroom main house features a handsome library outfitted with lacquered tobacco leaf walls and a chef’s kitchen that leads outside to a dreamy stone dining terrace, outfitted with an authentic Argentine double assado. Follow an allée of lindens to the pool and a tranquil pond. Priced at $3,250,000.
Nestled on Delray’s barrier island a couple of blocks from the buzz of Atlantic Avenue, this lush residence spans two lots, totaling 3/4-acre. Priced at $6,250,000, the property features seven bedrooms, three in the detached guest house, and six-and-a-half total baths. The main residence boasts a modern chef’s kitchen and a second story deck with hot tub, which flows down a spiral staircase to the ground-level patio, a sparkling tropical pool with rock waterfall and a turfed pirate ship playground area.
A block off Brazilian Avenue and across the street from the sand, this modern three bedroom penthouse epitomizes turnkey in-town luxury at the heart of Palm Beach. The soaring residence, priced at $6,250,000, has three-and-a-half baths, two garage parking spots, and a storage unit. With two private ocean view balconies and world-class shopping and dining just blocks away, it’s the perfect home for the quintessential Palm Beach lifestyle.
This brilliantly-crafted home in Lake District, one of WaterColor’s most sought-after neighborhoods, is a veritable mini-compound. Priced at $2,195,000, the well-landscaped property spans a richly-decorated main residence and a quaint carriage house, with the space in between filled with a delightful, shaded courtyard space boasting an outdoor kitchen your inner chef will love. A two-story front porch—the upstairs is screened—faces the adjacent nature preserve, with a trailhead practically right out the front door.
This to-be-built home in Windermere’s Bella Vita community is a unique opportunity to creature your Central Florida dream home, surrounded by lush landscapes, native plantings and the Butler Chain of Lakes — 11 interconnected ones together considered among Florida’s most outstanding inland waterways. Offered at $310,000, for the land only, this residential lot can welcome the bright, modern home seen here or another that meets your vision.
Sitting on a high floor at curvaceous Harbor Point, this sleek three bedroom boasts panoramic views of Lake Michigan, Millennium Park, and the Chicago skyline. Priced at $995,000, the luxurious and modern condo follows an open floor plan that includes three bedrooms and a formal dining room. Resident amenities include 24-hour security, a gym with indoor pool, and sprawling ground-floor patios towards the marina with grills and dining tables.
Envisioned by the Tiburon practice of M. Dean Jones, this Pinterest-perfect Kentfield residence feels more like a luxurious mountain resort than a suburban residence barely 20 miles outside San Francisco. Set on almost half an acre with a pool and fruit trees, the timber-forward retreat has skylights throughout, complemented by open-beam ceilings and an atrium garden. The home has five bedrooms and three baths, and the current ask is $2,195,000.
From its modern details to gorgeous Lake Tahoe vistas, you’ll be impressed the second you enter this timbered Tahoma stunner, built just two years ago with a timeless Sierra sensibility. Priced at $9,750,000, the home’s open interior embraces its natural surroundings, with oversized picture windows inviting in that emerald Alpine sparkle from sunrise to sunset. There’s four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths and a two-car garage, and a spacious balcony out back that overlooks the private dock.