Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
August 2 Edition

by Inhabit Editors

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

Enjoy our weekly survey of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: a charming Sag Harbor estate with its own private beach, a sleek and stylish Bay Harbor Islands Contemporary, a spacious Lake Tahoe mountain lodge, and a picturesque gem in Denver’s Cherry Hills Village.

New York City

What’s Here: An intricately reimagined pre-war condo equidistant between Central and Riverside Parks on West End Avenue. Seen one Upper West Side apartment and think you’ve seen them all? Think again: Details such as wainscot paneling, customized millwork, and a built-in bookcase (with a built-in fireplace) set this home apart from its contemporaries. Exposure to the north, south, and west all but guarantee a flood of glorious natural light around the clock.

What We Love: We all need to get away sometimes—the layout of this home creates an ever-so-elegant separation of public and private space and ensures the primary bedroom is a haven of glorious solace.

Listing: Matthew Slosar and Patrick Rooney.

Asking: $8,495,000.

East End

What’s Here: Underscoring that Sag Harbor is far more coastal New England than it is New York, a magnificent Nantucket-style compound. Over three acres, this eight-bed residence boasts stunning waterfront views, a bocce court, and a covered area picture-perfect for all kinds of outdoor entertaining. Inside, a restaurant-quality kitchen will have your family and friends saying “Thank you, chef” in no time.

What We Love: The perk to end all Hamptons living perks, a home on the ocean with a chunk of white sand beach to call its own.

Listing: Susan Breitenbach.

Asking: $24,995,000.

South Florida

What’s Here: With a jaw-dropping open concept living space and panoramic views of the bay, is this the epitome of luxury living? Let’s take a further look around this marvelously modern home in Bay Harbor Islands: seven bedrooms, an optimized outdoor kitchen, a private balcony from the primary suite, a primary bath resplendent in marble, a temperature-controlled wine cellar with the capacity for more than 500 bottles, and custom Italian furnishings. Yeah, this place is quite lovely.

What We Love: Floor-to-ceiling glass telescopic doors in the living area open to a covered patio, achieving supreme indoor-outdoor living. With the waterfront right there, it’s as if you’re stepping out directly into paradise.

Listing: Julian Johnston.

Asking: $15,000,000.


What’s Here: Revel in the best of city living in this luxury two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in The Legacy at Millennium Park, in The Loop. The unit has 10-feet ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, giving a sweeping view of Millennium Park, the Chicago Skyline, and Lake Michigan. Plus, there’s an expansive northeast-facing balcony with an electric outlet and room for a grill.

What We Love: In addition to the building’s gym, indoor pool and hot tub, there’s also a skybridge to The University Club, with membership privileges, if desired. 

Listing: Matthew Silver

Asking: $888,000. 


What’s Here: This picture-perfect six-bedroom gem situated in the heart of Cherry Hills Village is spacious and yet perfectly proportioned. The home sits on a coveted corner lot, surrounded by lush and leafy landscaping. The house’s large windows provide views of the verdant garden and the gracious stone patio with a built-in BBQ.

What We Love: The living room has sliding glass doors that open directly on to the patio, blurring the line between indoors and out. 

Listing: Lisa Butterly McDonald.

Asking: $2,565,000.

Northern California

What’s Here: This stylish two-level, three-bedroom Victorian house-like condo sits in prime Noe Valley. The main floor serves as the primary living area, hosting three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a living room, and an open-plan kitchen combined with a dining and family area. Upstairs, soaring ceilings and architectural beams define two open areas that can be used as additional bedrooms, home offices, a playroom or a library–the skylights and large central window flood this level with light.

What We Love: A separate laundry nook off the kitchen houses the washer and dryer, with stairs that lead down to the landscaped backyard.

Listing: Kira Mead

Asking: $1,995,000.


What’s Here: A grand and inviting four-bedroom mountain lodge, built with impeccable craftsmanship, on the shores of Lake Tahoe’s Rubicon Bay. The house is located on a secluded and pristine beach cove and features gorgeous lake views. The first floor has a massive great room with multiple seating areas, so you can sip your morning coffee at the breakfast bar or snuggle in the winter in front of the stone fireplace.

What We Love: One bedroom has four cozy built-in bunk beds with knotty pine walls and ceilings, as well as individual reading lights over each bed.

Listing: Craig McLochlin and Amie Andres

Asking: $23,500,000. 


What’s Here: Enjoy complete privacy on this 17-acre lot that includes 1,000 linear feet of oceanside frontage on the east side of the Big Island. The main four-bedroom Mediterranean-style house has two primary suites, while the detached one-bedroom guest house sits a distance away, ensuring privacy for the hosts and the guests. The property is environmentally friendly, as all the buildings are powered with an owned photovoltaic system that generates state-of-the-art, grid-free power. 

What We Love: Walk through the kamani grove to a yoga platform set up to offer panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.

Listing: Jocelyne S. Twigg-Smith and Ronald A. Rigg

Asking: $2,188,000.