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 Hawaii. Among this week’s picks: A midcentury retreat in Napa Valley, a Hamptons stunner with a poolside conversation pit, and an oceanfront estate in Kauai.
New York City
The ultimate canvas for downtown luxury living, 7 Hubert Street is a striking full-floor penthouse in the coveted Hubert Condominium. Spanning over 4,000 square feet—sun-drenched through floor-to-ceiling casement windows—the sleek two-bedroom is beyond perfection, from the grand formal entry gallery to a wrapping terrace that completes a seemingly endless panorama of the city. There’s a gas fireplace in the library, and a double-sided one shared by the primary bedroom and bath, which boasts a steam shower and sunken stone tub. $18,500,000 is the ask for this Lower Manhattan stunner.
This exquisite two-family townhouse in historic Stuyvesant Heights presents both a personal oasis, in the owner’s duplex, and an optimal rental opportunity—plus a chance to cut your ConEd bill. Priced at $1,850,000, this remixed Brooklyn classic is hardly your ordinary renovation, and meticulous details beam throughout the light-filled home. The primary duplex boast three bedrooms and two baths, with an additional bath and powder room in the garden duplex. Solar panels on the home’s spacious roof terrace satisfy its power-hunger almost entirely, and a 15 x 15 deck preludes its huge backyard.
Elsewhere in Tribeca, you’ll find this must-see two bedroom in the Skidmore, Owings & Merrill-designed 101 Warren. The lofty home, with windows spanning the full 10 feet from its Brazilian Lapacho walnut floors to its soaring ceilings, perfectly embodies the neighborhood’s unconventionally-trendsetting culture, which you’ll find right out your door. Priced at $3,495,000, the home also affords such haute resident amenities as a Jay Wright-designed fitness center, dreamy water garden-pine forest, and an attended parking garage, just to name a few.
Balancing the timeless charm of a classic village estate with all the modern amenities of new construction, 17 Toylsome Place is just two blocks from Gin Lane and its beaches, making it as perfect a Hamptons getaway as they come. Priced at $6,295,000, the 4,000-square-foot residence has six bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths, along with a detached two-car garage and heated pool. You’ll be welcomed with a two-story entry hall, which opens to the formal dining room and an expansive great room with a wood-burning fireplace. A finished lower level and fourth-floor attic space—an elevator links their span—round out the home’s infinite opportunities.
Designed by revered Hamptons architect Brian O’Keefe, this stunning coastal Contemporary boasts 14,000 total square feet of unparalleled luxury, set on just over an acre with 125′ of frontage on Fairfield Pond. A marble waterfall guards the dramatic entrance, revealing a striking sanctuary of nuanced living space that includes eight bedrooms, thirteen-and-a-half baths, and a modern Poliform kitchen. The litany of highlights is too long to list, but the ocean-view roof deck warrants calling out: it’s 4,000+ square feet and might just be the last built in the neighborhood (they’re no longer allowed in the East Hampton hamlet). It’s all yours for $27,950,000.
Escape the bustle of New York City and whisk yourself away to charming Millbrook, where this stately charmer stands on 14 serene acres of pristine, open Hudson Valley countryside. Priced at $1,200,000, the handsome 19th century residence has a first-floor primary suite, an inviting living room with a wood-burning fireplace, and a comfortable home office. There’s also an expansive bluestone patio for taking work outside, surrounded by perennial gardens and a large pond.
Perfectly sited on Point Manalapan, this gorgeous South Florida home presents a rare opportunity to own a coveted direct-water-access property in one of Palm Beach County’s most iconic neighborhoods. Priced at $2,245,000, the gorgeous Contemporary features five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, and the living spaces are bathed in natural light by oversized windows. Outside, you’ll find a pool and a private dock, your gateway to the calm Intracoastal waters and the open ocean beyond.
Smart, stylish and newly-constructed—what’s not to love? Designed by Richard Jones on a dreamy slice of Delray’s Palm Trail neighborhood, this stunning residence is a statement in modern sophistication, accented in naturally-stunning finishes and outfitted with state-of-the-art technologies for smooth, efficient operation. Asking $3,150,000, the home offers more than 5,000 square feet, with five bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and a statement kitchen with graphite appliances. A resort-style backyard adds an oversized pool, spa and sun shelf. Indoor-outdoor living couldn’t possibly look better.
Surrounded by thoughtful and gorgeous landscaping, this modern coastal retreat is an idyllic balance of majestic architecture and uncompromising luxury in a lushly-landscaped setting. Priced at $1,085,000, the Emerald Coast stunner features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a sun-bathed great room, and a modern chef’s kitchen with a cement island and top-of-the-line appliances. With 3,000+ square feet of colorful interior, it’s a looker inside and out.
Palazzo de Cortile is its name, and you’ll find this Central Florida home consistently lives up to its brand. Unforgettable, exceptional, and grand are just a few adjectives that jump to mind stepping into the more than 7,200-square-foot home, set behind gates inside a gated-and-guarded community. Priced at $2,574,900, the palatial Windermere home features five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half-baths. A marble fountain and motor court, flanked by tandem two-car garages, conspire for a dramatic entrance, and several rooms share access to its impressive courtyard, topped off with a pool and summer kitchen.
This glassy two-bedroom at The Buckingham enjoys an open, free-flowing floor plan, the result of an artful 2015 remodel that invigorated the space for vibrant urban living. Priced at $699,000, you’ll find two bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a spacious kitchen with counter seating facing towards Monroe Harbor. Walls of windows will keep your days aloft with panoramic views across the city’s skyline and Lake Michigan, and the building’s amenities are as unbeatable as its location, right at the heart of the city’s art, theater and shopping action.
Encompassing 2.6 serene acres, a half-acre in the tenancy of top-rated Cabernet vines, this inspired Mid Century estate has one of St. Helena’s most coveted addresses with that perfect close-enough-for-convenience, far-enough-for-privacy proximity to town. 4,021 square feet of interior space boast four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a home office, and there’s a sparkling pool and spa just outside. Scenic patios, tranquil gardens and massive redwoods round out this stunning Northern California escape, priced at $5,300,000.
An exquisite builder’s home in a just as spectacular setting, 4140 Spotted Eagle is one of the finest offerings in the gated community of Arrowcreek, where mountain air and boundless Sierra vistas are an everyday life amenity. Asking $2,998,000, the secluded and grand Reno residence features three bedrooms, including a main-level primary suite, along with three full bathrooms, three half bathrooms, and a cozy home office. Expansive second-story terraces embrace the home’s naturally breathtaking surroundings.
A truly one-of-a-kind estate, Ka Lae Kiki occupies a revered oceanfront point on the Poipu Beach coastline with nearly 500 feet of frontage, just across the street from the noted Club at Kukui’ula. Asking $15,500,000, the home is an unparalleled embodiment of the relaxed Hawaiian lifestyle, from its stunning interiors to a seaside, salt water ledge pool where it’s possible to catch the ocean’s spray. The 3/4-acre property was once owned by Judge Philip LaVergne Rice, a Kauai native nominated by President Eisenhower to the Territorial Supreme Court, subsequently rising to become Hawaii’s Territorial Chief Justice.