Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
December 14 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 some of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. Among this week’s picks: A historic Chelsea townhouse, a turnkey village classic in Sag Harbor, a rare lakefront lot in a Central Florida gated community, a centrally-located Chicago condo inside a converted church, and a Tuscan-style Napa estate that’s complete with two acres of premium grape plantings.


What’s Here: A two-bedroom, two-bath penthouse in a converted newspaper factory, set on Perry’s final cobblestone block before Hudson River Park and its namesake waterway. The sleek condo boasts interiors by Drake/Anderson’s Jamie Drake, with highlights that include oversized windows and a spiraling staircase to an upstairs terrace.

What We Love: The private, thousand-square-foot rooftop, gorgeously landscaped with a planted pergola and lounging areas.

Asking: $4,250,000. 

Eddie Tawil
o. 212.444.7944
m. 732.614.2235

George Laskaris
o. 212.444.7942
m. 917.375.0989

What’s Here: One of the seven Greek Revival townhouses that comprise Cushman Row—you might recognize it as the home of a certain Pendant Publishing editor on Seinfeld—between 1839-40. The stately residence spans more than 4,000 square feet across five levels, with six bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths, and a finished cellar level with a home office.

What We Love: A lush, terraced backyard that feels closer to the Manhattan of 1840 than present-day.

Asking: $7,450,000. 

Laurie Lewis
m. 917.887.0759

Charlie Miller
m. 917.447.8444
o. 212.444.7923


What’s Here: A three-bedroom, four-bath townhouse in a cutting edge new development, complete with its own private garage. The unique and thoroughly modern residence offers four levels of indoor and outdoor living space, augmented with top-of-the-line finishes that include six-inch white oak herringbone floors. Loft-like proportions, accentuated with soaring ceilings and oversized windows, create an unparalleled sense of size and depth.

What We Love: High tech-conveniences like electric shades, a video intercom system, and radiant-heated sidewalks — you can forget about shoveling obligations.

Asking: $2,499,000.

Roni Dotan
m. 917.776.0511
o. 718.422.2538

Jennifer Carlson
o. 718.422.2512

David Bronowitz
m. 646.483.5305

The Hamptons/North Fork

What’s Here: 3,800+ square feet of modern farmhouse on more than two acres, offering four bedrooms, a light-filled chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, and a detached two-car garage. The meticulously landscaped backyard has a spacious bluestone patio, built-in grill station, and an oversized pool. 

What We Love: The expansive second-floor main suite, with French doors that open to a private balcony.

Asking: $6,200,000. 

Michael Schultz
m. 917.882.8338
o. 631.899.0254

What’s Here: Village living in the Hamptons at its finest. From its blue exterior to more than 2,000 square feet of brightly-renovated interior, this 19th century classic exudes historic charm. A custom kitchen with counter seating has the coveted flow right into the adjacent living room, with a brick-lined fireplace nestled between two sets of French doors out to the deck.

What We Love: A trifecta of hard-to-find amenities here: Off-street parking, a garage, and a pool.

Asking: $2,995,000. 

Mala Sander
m. 917.902.7654
o. 631.899.0108

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: A private Dutchess County retreat that’s quite literally over the river and through the woods. Immersed in nature’s serenity, the four-bedroom residence welcomes with a full-length front porch. There’s an oversized great room with soaring cathedral ceilings, and a wall of sliding doors that open out back to an expansive entertainer’s deck.

What We Love: Three ponds—two with koi—that add an extra layer of enchantment. 

Asking: $480,000. 

Catherine Howard
m. 212.427.8997
o. 845.677.0505


What’s Here: Colonial classicism for today’s living. From the double front porch to its spacious 1.5-acre grounds, this five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bath is a dreamy move on up to the commuter-friendly countryside in New York City’s northern suburbs. Adding to that, it’s tucked on a quiet cul-de-sac just minutes from Bedford village.

What We Love: The 2,000+ square feet of additional living space presented by the finished basement — a gym, home theater, and game room are all in the cards.

Asking: $2,150,000.

Wendy V. Phillips
m. 914.589.1206
o. 914.762.0070

South Florida

What’s Here: A graceful 5,100-square-foot home backing right up to Pine Tree Golf Course, with four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and a loft office space. The double-height great room has oversized windows and a wood-burning fireplace; there’s also a spacious three-car garage.

What We Love: The second-floor balcony off the main suite, overlooking the pool and the links beyond.

Asking: $1,395,000. 

Laura Rodriguez
m. 561.676.0870

What’s Here: A two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo at Sun and Surf, a premier in-town building with resort amenities and private beach access. The sleek, sun-splashed residence affords unbeatable luxuries in form and function, from the Caesarstone-countered chefs kitchen to hurricane impact doors guarding the wrapping terrace.

What We Love: Those perfect ocean views.

Asking: $4,695,000. 

Thor Brown
m. 561.301.7048

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: Bright, airy new construction with looks to match its relaxed coastal lifestyle. This six-bedroom Seagrove Beach home is accented in soft natural finishes, a perfect pairing for those gorgeous Gulf views. An elevator connects all floors — each also has its own balcony to take in the sound of crashing waves.

What We Love: The private, landscaped yard with a pool, a perfect place to lounge when you’re not on the beach.

Asking: $2,495,000. 

Hilary Farnum-Fasth
m. 850.685.0171
o. 850.231.5030

Jacob Watkins
m. 850.797.8694
o. 850.231.5030

Central Florida

What’s Here: One of the last remaining home sites in Chaine Du Lac, a prestigious gated neighborhood of custom homes. Boundless opportunities are present at this west-facing property right on Lake Butler, which boasts some of the longest views of the lake in all of Windermere.

What We Love: Imagining a house as incredible as those sunsets.

Asking: $1,699,900. 

Mauro Costa
m. 321.231.6800
o. 407.749.6200


What’s Here: A modern two-story condo inside a converted church. This sun-drenched, two-bedroom unit has two bathrooms, a spacious and open living area with a large balcony, and an updated kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances. Add to that Brazilian wood floors upstairs—both levels are hardwood—and a deeded parking space.

What We Love: Location, location, location. It’s just blocks from Wrigley Field and the lakefront — the center of town is also just an “el” ride away.

Asking: $435,000.

Michael Emery
o. 312.528.9288

Northern California

What’s Here: 4.8 acres of Tuscan-inspired goodness in America’s most storied wine region, two of which are dedicated to growing premium Cabernet and Cab Franc varietals, with a 4,000-square-foot luxury residence. The colorful home offers four bedrooms, soaring ceilings, a cozy great room with a massive wood-burning fireplace, and an outdoor kitchen. Distant valley and mountain views amplify the bliss.

What We Love: The feeling of having been teleported to the Italian countryside.

Asking: $5,900,000.

Jennifer Long
m. 707.287.7077

Heidi Rickerd Rizzo
m. 415.272.4192

Lake Tahoe/Reno

What’s Here: A historic Lake Tahoe lodge comprised of five lots, with development options on two to three. Dating to the ’30s, this oversized dollhouse and surrounding grounds offer an intimate setting wrapped in tree-filtered lake views and conservation lands. It’s just a stone’s throw to the Nevada state line — Speedboat Beach, the famous Cal Neva casino, and town are all but a stroll away.

What We Love: Sipping morning coffee at the lake view gazebo.

Asking: $2,295,000. 

Alex Min
m. 530.320.7232


What’s Here: Royal Palms Estate: A 12.8-acre compound about a 20-mile drive north of Hilo on some of the most pristine real estate Hawaii Island has to offer. An allée of mature 50+ foot palm trees lines the long, gated driveway, making for a dramatic approach to the 3,700-square-foot modern residence, which overlooks the ocean surrounded in swoon-worthy landscaping.

What We Love: The infinity-edge pool with views that makes it look as if it’s spilling right into the blue surf below. 

Asking: $2,800,000. 

Rebecca Keliihoomalu
m. : 808.895.1156
o. 808.589.2040


What’s Here: A move in-ready, four-bedroom brick charmer in Denver’s Hale section, with an exceptionally open floor plan and thoroughly modern sensibilities. The renovated 2,600-square-foot home comes filled with charming accents like a breakfast nook subway tile, and and colorful wall treatments. Back and side yard patios offer stylish space to get outside.

What We Love: The statement bright red barn door that partitions off the spacious formal dining room. 

Asking: $820,000. 

Merritt Pullam
m. 303.419.2622
o. 303.399.7777


What’s Here: modern four-bedroom at the end of a cul-de-sac, set in one of Peoria’s most desirable communities. 3,105 square feet of open floor plan includes a spacious kitchen with custom Shaker-style cabinetry and stainless appliances. A landscaped backyard is just a sliding door away, complete with covered patio, fire pit, and poolscape.

What We Love: A sleek, backlit waterfall to ogle as you swim.

Asking: $789,000. 

Melissa Massey
m. 480.254.6959
o. 480.794.1694