by Inhabit Editors
Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, California, St. Barth, and beyond.
Enjoy our weekly survey of some of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: A glass-encased oceanfront in the Hamptons, a modern villa on St. Barth, a lavish lakeside retreat in North Carolina, a curvilinear condo in a starchitect’s SoHo residential breakout, and private club living in Scottsdale.
New York City
What’s Here: Joining a lineage that extends to the Whitney Museum and the New York Times Building, 565 Broome Street is the latest New York City building designed by certified legend Renzo Piano. However, this SoHo structure marks the Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s first residential project in the city, and it is quite the debut. As postcard-worthy inside as the stunning vistas outside of it, this home boasts 10-foot-high ceilings, white oak floors, and curved glass walls unveiling striking views of Manhattan’s iconic skyline.
What We Love: This gorgeous condominium complex also provides numerous amenities, like a 55-foot heated lap pool, a yoga studio, and—perhaps the most coveted commodity for folks accustomed to city life—extra storage space.
What’s Here: Modernity by the sea at the end of Beach Lane in Wainscott. Offering a captivating style, this 11,000 square foot estate does not sacrifice an ounce of function. Three distinct wings weave together seamlessly, encompassing space for sleep, dining, leisure, and more behind towering walls of glass. Outside, locations both covered and open-air put an exclamation point on top-tier Hamptons living.
What We Love: Your nearest and dearest neighbor will be the ocean at your back, accessible via a private walkway to a white sand beach.
Listing: Gary DePersia.
What’s Here: Lake houses typically find themselves on Pinterest boards filled with rustic charm, but this Delray Beach home sitting on the Lake Ida waterfront breaks away from that mold. Simply, this four-bedroom brings the resort lifestyle to your doorstep. With amenities including but not limited to a boat dock, an outdoor shower, a pool with a sun shelf, and expansive back patios, paradise needn’t be sought beyond your address.
What We Love: A pristine white interior reflects and bounces around the Florida sun that shines through plentiful oversized windows.
What’s Here: A spacious waterfront five-bedroom house overlooking Lake Norman, in the quiet peninsula of Twin Coves, one of the few lakefront neighborhoods in Huntersville. The recently renovated interiors boast a gracious layout and outside, there’s a saltwater pool with a waterfall.
What We Love: The property includes a private beach with a fire pit that’s just a short stroll down from the house.
Listing: Josh Tucker.
What’s Here: A new condo development at the Retreat at Seven Desert Mountain is set on the fairway of seven exceptional golf courses, offering a luxurious lifestyle of private club living. This three-bedroom unit features a great room-patio combination that integrates the best of indoor-outdoor living, with a seamless transition between the kitchen, dining, and living spaces.
What We Love: In addition to golf, Seven Desert Mountain includes a tennis center, hiking trails, pools, glamping, and ten restaurants, all available to members.
What’s Here: A lovely five-bedroom, four-bath villa in secluded Marigot, overlooking the sea. The clean, modern lines of the villa’s façade are echoed inside, where gray wainscoting and a vaulted, beamed ceiling unite the great room’s different areas.
What We Love: The pool and patio are illuminated for evening swims and the villa is close to the popular Grand Cul-de-Sac for beach visits and dining out.
Listing: Guillaume de Corlieu.
Asking: € 6,700,000.
What’s Here: A magic treehouse set alongside a creek, in Marin County’s Forest Knolls. Airy and filled with light, the house comprises a two-bedroom primary living space on the upper levels and a one-bedroom guest apartment on the lower level. The primary residence includes an office nook, chef’s kitchen with pantry, 400+ bottle wine storage room, and an outdoor kitchen, while the guest quarters has a separate entrance.
What We Love: There are multiple unexpected and delightful elements tucked throughout, including a bridge leading to the back porch, built-in bookshelves, and a sunny alcove, featuring a platform window seat.
Listing: Lynne Priest.
What’s Here: A reimagined mid-century four-bedroom gem in bucolic Little Holmby mixes period details with modern updates. Decorative molding throughout includes pediments over doorways and pilasters flanking the fireplace in the formal living room, while the kitchen and bathroom have the best modern amenities, including a soaking tub and a steam shower in the primary suite.
What We Love: The house’s outdoor spaces include a terraced front yard and a saltwater pool with a gaily painted mural in the backyard.
Listing: Peter Lorimer.
What’s Here: A gorgeous 2,932-square-foot mountain house, set into the hillside above Lake Tahoe’s Carnelian Bay, has spectacular panoramic lake and mountain views. The five-bedroom home has rustic charm with its beamed ceilings, fireplace, and two expansive decks, with a fire pit and grill, all built with high-end appliances and finishes throughout.
What We Love: There’s an in-law unit for visiting friends and family and a shared pier.
What’s Here: This 5,231-square-foot, five-bedroom house on the Emerald Coast is situated on the Santa Rosa Beach & Golf Club, with a private pool. Inside, there’s a home theater that comes with its own kitchen, so you can stream all your favorites while keeping the drinks and snacks flowing.
What We Love: At the bottom of the grand staircase is a separate bar, making the main living area perfect for entertaining.
Listing: The Ketchersid Team.