Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
December 21 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 warmly-decorated Brooklyn condo in the tallest building on McCarren Park, a Southampton estate of unparalleled grandeur, a surfer-chic midcentury cottage in Hermosa Beach, a sprawling lodge complex on Lake Tahoe, and a luxe highlands Hacienda in a tony Arizona gated community.


What’s Here: A lofty, sun-drenched four-bedroom in 100 Barclay, the towering Art Deco landmark erected to headquarter New York Telephone in 1927. Life simply feels bigger here, from the resplendent jazz age lobby—the original 12-panel ceiling mural, painted by Hugo R.B. Newman and chronicling key advancements in communication, has been magnificently restored—to the 10-foot ceilings and 2,700+ square feet within the cutting-edge residence itself.

What We Love: Seven-foot-tall casement windows that brighten every inch of the home (but notably the den, a perfectly luxurious home office).

Asking: $5,125,000. 

Tara King-Brown
m. 917.371.0551

Lula Geday-Edmonds
m. 347.829.4482

What’s Here: A handsome pre-war townhouse on a tree-lined uptown block, offering 5,700 square feet of welcoming interior with five bedrooms, four full baths, and two half-baths. Four of the five levels feature outdoor spaces: There’s a spacious backyard off the kitchen, back terraces on the parlor and second floors, and a street-facing balcony above the home’s window bay, reached through French doors from a third floor bedroom.

What We Love:  The gargantuan chef’s kitchen with wrapping “u”-shaped counters, a robust center island, and a litany of top-of-the-line appliances—dual dishwashers pay dividends this time of year.

Asking: $6,000,000. 

Gino Filippone
m. 310.228.8225


What’s Here: A three-bedroom, two-bath condo that overlooks McCarren park with panoramic views over greater Williamsburg and Greenpoint to the Manhattan skyline. The sunny 1,312-square-foot residence features a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen and private outdoor space off the primary suite. There’s also a full run of building amenities: 24/7 concierge, grocery storage, a secret garden, and a community roof deck, just to name a few.

What We Love: Feeling so incredibly cozy atop the epicenter of cool.

Asking: $1,779,000. 

Chris Cavorti
m. 914.804.7091
o. 718.422.2526

Evan F. Church
o. 718.422.2506
m. 917.684.0663

Marvin Chu
m. 718.685.9430
o. 718.422.2588

The Hamptons/North Fork

What’s Here: Linden Estate, a legendary nine-acre slice of Hamptons real estate with enviable provenance. The 18,000-square-foot main residence was designed by Grosvenor Atterbury, whose best-known commissions include Forest Hills Gardens and numerous components of John D. Rockefeller’s Kykuit estate (including the now-Stone Barns Center). Filling the sprawling grounds—originally landscaped by Frederick Law Olmsted—are arbors, a fountain, indoor and outdoor pools, a grass tennis court, and a carriage house with connecting greenhouse, along with two detached four-car garages.

What We Love: How there’s truly nothing else like it.

Asking: $75,000,000.

Tim Davis
m. 516.356.5736
o. 631.702.9211

Thomas P. Davis
m. 631.885.5739

What’s Here: A spectacular new estate by Jack Curto Development, set on a sprawling level acre backing a serene preserve. The refreshingly modern home offers a handsome and private study, an expansive, an open great room with oak slatted ceilings, and seven bedrooms — the main suite boasts a spacious sitting room and balcony. In the backyard, there’s an outdoor kitchen and dining area, a 20 x 50-foot heated Gunite pool with a sun bed and sunken spa, and a fully-outfitted pool house with a half-bath and outdoor shower.

What We Love: The dreamy marble-forward gourmet kitchen.

Asking: $6,995,000. 

James K. Peyton
m. 917.882.5589

John Frangeskos
m. 914.602.3656
o. 631.537.7773

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: A perfect mix of English Country and modern American luxury, right in the heart of Red Hook village. The newly renovated three-bedroom home has warm Tudor-style wood paneling, an antique brick patio with wood-fired pizza oven, and a detached two-car garage. Multiple fireplaces, barn doors and a farmhouse-style kitchen, complete with a vintage 1920s sink, add to the charm.

What We Love: How there’s coziness around every corner.

Asking: $895,000. 

Julia Crowley
m. 845.797.1262
o. 845.876.6676


What’s Here: A turnkey Tudor Revival in the river town’s delightful Homecrest Park neighborhood, with three bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths. The 1,533-square-foot home has a recently-updated kitchen, along with an upgraded energy-efficient boiler for seamless operation. Additional highlights: A fenced-in yard, Nest thermostats, and a deep garage for storage for more than just your car.

What We Love: The irresistible curb appeal.

Asking: $549,000. 

Marianne LePore
m. 914.263.6379
o. 914.332.6300

South Florida

What’s Here: A magnificent custom estate in the Hermitage section of Frenchman’s Reserve, showcasing water and golf course views. The home spans over 10,000 square feet, filled with six bedrooms, a double-height great room accented by floor-to-ceiling windows, and an unbeatable backyard with an expansive covered loggia and heated pool. 

What We Love: A double grand staircase that puts an emphasis on the “grand.”

Asking: $4,399,000. 

Anna Abbott
m. 561.308.9760

What’s Here: brilliantly renovated four-bedroom home on Palm Beach Polo Club grounds, Florida’s hub of all things equestrian. Nearly 4,000 square feet of interior space includes a sunny, soaring great room, a new luxury kitchen with dark statement cabinetry, and a large bottom-floor main suite. Out back, you’ll find a lush, turfed backyard with a heated pool that looks right on to the links.

What We Love: A lofty, free-flowing layout that seems more SoHo than South Florida.

Asking: $1,595,000. 

Eric Lane

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: A four-bedroom boater’s paradise overlooking the tranquil waters of North Lagoon in Panama City Beach. The open concept 2,800-square-foot interior features extra-tall ceilings accented in cypress, with no shortage of windows for yacht-watching. You’ll also find a masterful chef’s kitchen with an oversized center island, farmhouse sink, and stainless steel appliances. 

What We Love: A long, private dock for direct access to those gorgeous Gulf waters. 

Asking: $1,084,500. 

Sara Violette
m. 850.630.0600
o. 850.231.5030

Central Florida

What’s Here: 4,000 square feet of tasteful Central Florida living overlooking the 11th hole of the Golden Bear Club golf course. The 1999-built home has five bedrooms, a home office, and a welcoming great room with a wood-burning fireplace in the cozy great room. It’s surrounded with the largest yard in the neighborhood, landscaped to match.

What We Love: The sizable bonus entertainment room.

Asking: $879,000.

Jay Martin
m. 407.496.8613
o. 407.749.6200


What’s Here: A charming two-bedroom condo in the city’s Ravenswood section with original hardwood flooring. A gourmet kitchen has sleek granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the chef’s kitchen. There’s also a large, spacious living room, in-unit laundry, and ample storage space.

What We Love: The central, close-to-everything location.

Asking: $245,000. 

Kelly Smith
o. 312.528.9231
m. 312.399.0094

Northern California

What’s Here: A charming four-bedroom residence within Discovery Bay Golf and Country Club. 3,300+ square feet of traditionally-appointed interiors spill right out to a park-like backyard, where an expansive patio, pool, and hot tub spy right onto the 18th green. It’s the perfect canvas to lead a fulfilling Delta lifestyle.

What We Love: The expansive wrapping porch, a perfect place for morning coffee, afternoon tea, or a sunset toast.

Asking: $969,000. 

Randy Prince
o. 510.912.3046

Megen Marshall Prince
o. 480.209.0111

Southern California

What’s Here: A 1950s duplex cottage by the beach, stylishly updated with a chic retro feel. The top-floor unit features a swoon-worthy kitchen with open shelving, a Bertazzoni range, and a vintage-style GE fridge. Downstairs lies a second, one-bedroom residence overlooking the citrus trees and bougainvillea that flank the gated front yard.

What We Love: The perfect hardscaped patio, with its colorful gardens, gas fire pit, and ocean vistas.

Asking: $1,899,000. 

Stan Liosis
o. 310.266.7149

Lake Tahoe/Reno

What’s Here: Ice Lakes Lodges, a community of four sophisticated modern residences with a shared beach cabana, white sand beach, and a pier. The flats range in size from a two-bedroom penthouse to a duo of 6,000+-square-foot with 6+ bedrooms. Furthermore, the property presents further development possibilities on two additional parcels. 

What We Love: That dramatic lakefront location.

Asking: $18,500,000. 

Alison Elder
m. 775.745.1152


What’s Here: The pinnacle of resort-style indoor-outdoor living, overlooking the fifteenth fairway of the coveted Keolu course. 5,500 square feet of contemporary living act as a seamless bridge between inside and out, with the main living area flanked by motorized glass walls that retract to reveal the lush oceanfront surroundings of this surreal five-bedroom residence.

What We Love: The saltwater infinity lap pool and hot tub, sharing the 180-degree views over the ocean, Maui, and the Kohala mountains.

Asking: $10,450,000. 

Yvonne Khouri-Morgan
m. 808.937.4466


What’s Here: A light-filled corner unit in a welcoming and quiet Art Deco building with just five units. Brightly decorated, the one-bedroom residence has a perfect home office, an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and brand-new maple floors throughout. One parking spot, in a detached garage, is included. 

What We Love: The delightful garden patio, perfect for those summer evening cookouts.

Asking: $380,000. 

Pam Parker
m. 303.875.7117
o. 303.399.7777


What’s Here: A gorgeous Hacienda-style home in the gated community of Thunder Mountain, set on just over an acre of rolling, natural landscape. The high-desert stunner offers four bedrooms, a central great room with open beamed ceilings, and a private and spacious main with direct access to the pool and outdoor fireplace.

What We Love: Magnificent mountain and city views from every room.

Asking: $887,500.

Drusilla Bloomfield
m. 602.524.3128
o. 480.794.1694