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 rarified Sutton Place townhouse, a quintessential Palm Beach palazzo, a coastal retreat in Marin County, and a rustic-chic Denver abode with all the coziness you’ll need this winter.
What’s Here: Pavilion B, the lavish 29th floor residence in the renowned Woolworth Building (read our full feature here). The towering three-bedroom home encompasses 4,500 square feet in the landmark Cass Gilbert skyscraper, which held title for more than a dozen years as the world’s tallest building — it lost that claim to the Chrysler Building in 1930, itself deposed just 11 months later.
What We Love: The 22-foot ceilings and 1,200 outdoor square feet boasting some of downtown’s finest views.
What’s Here: A stunning, exceptionally-wide Neo-Georgian row house on Sutton Square, one of Manhattan’s most iconic enclaves. Seven bedrooms, a grand dining room for up to 24 guests, and a statement staircase accent the one-of-a-kind residence, which spans five floors and 8,500 total square feet behind its hand-carved teak door.
What We Love: The expansive roof deck with built-in grilling station, and the charming garden terrace that looks out over the green and the East River.
What’s Here: A historic townhouse on a coveted single-block street. The 24-foot-wide residence features a 25-foot extension on three of its four levels, crowned by a terrace off the top-floor den. On the expansive parlor floor, you’ll find 12-foot ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace, along with access to a private backyard. A two-bedroom, two-bath apartment fills the garden level.
What We Love: The year-round outdoor dining terrace, warmed by overhead heaters.
The Hamptons/North Fork
What’s Here: An airy Contemporary on seven acres, complete with a pool, tennis court, and outdoor kitchen — it neighbors conservation lands for next-level solace. There’s a bright and cozy sun room, the obligatory chef’s kitchen, and a finished basement with a library and home office. Sag Harbor and East Hampton villages are a quick jaunt in either direction.
What We Love: The soaring great room with floor-to-ceiling windows and a wood-burning fireplace.
What’s Here: A more traditionally-Hamptons residence between East Hampton and Sag — it’s about file miles from Main Beach and a stone’s throw from the Peconic. The renovated shingle stunner boasts four bedrooms, three baths, and a custom kitchen, with a spacious great room that tag teams with a large three-seasoned porch for comfortable living space.
What We Love: The meticulously-landscaped backyard with lush gardens and a pool, creating an unparalleled sense of privacy.
What’s Here: Four acres of fenced tranquility in Dutchess County horse country, replete with a four-bedroom farmhouse, a three-stall barn, and a large outdoor riding arena. The main residence has wide-plank wood floors and no shortage of period charm. Outside, there’s a pool and plenty of rolling landscape to enjoy.
What We Love: The antique dairy barn with hand-hewn beams and a small workshop, ideal for transformation as a “party shed” or home office space.
What’s Here: A commuter’s dream Colonial, just a few blocks from Crestwood station on Metro-North’s Harlem Line, that’s been wonderfully brought up to date. The classic exterior reveals bright, sun-splashed interiors, featuring three bedrooms, a cozy living room, and an upstairs deck that overlooks the backyard.
What We Love: The three-season sunroom, framed with walls of windows and topped with a skylight.
What’s Here: 5,000 square feet of Palm Beach Island classicism, boasting six bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms. It perfectly embodies the timeless charm of the neighborhood, framed by a lush, private lot with elegant formal landscaping, a spacious backyard patio, and a pool with spa.
What We Love: The feeling of cosmopolitan seclusion at the heart of a name-brand resort city with a reputation that precedes it.
What’s Here: A gorgeous, Mediterranean-inspired intracoastal estate situated on close to an acre of land in the prestigious Manalapan Point. Spanning over 11,000 square feet with all floors connected via elevator, it features seven bedrooms—the lavish primary suite has a covered lanai with panoramic water views. A breathtaking infinity-edge pool completes the enchantment.
What We Love: The 150 feet of direct water frontage with a private dock.
What’s Here: A three-bedroom, three-bath beach cottage that’s been meticulously maintained from top-to-bottom. The Gulf Coast charmer boasts a spacious and welcoming front porch, high ceilings, crown moldings, a cozy living room with wood-burning fireplace, and an updated kitchen with sparkling quartz countertops.
What We Love: The expansive screened-in back patio for year-round entertaining.
What’s Here: 8,000 custom, fully-loaded square feet on Lake Butler, complemented by lush landscaping and a spacious backyard with a pool and spa. Set in the gated golf community of Keene’s Point, this spacious residence has seven bedrooms, seven-and-a-half baths, and unparalleled views of the lake from nearly every room. A game room with a built-in bar, screen porch, and outdoor kitchen are just some of the fun-forward features you’ll find in this luxurious property that’s designed to help you make the most of your days.
What We Love: A custom, covered dock to hop into a hull lot of fun — pun intended — on those calm, fresh waters.
What’s Here: An oversized, sun-drenched corner unit in the coveted Buckingham building, a true luxury oasis in the vibrant heart of the Windy City. Unit 1405 offers a bright and open floor plan, featuring a formal entry, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a modern kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, and access to all resident amenities — like the soaring, skylit fitness center and pool.
What We Love: The panoramic views of Lake Michigan and the skyline, perfectly showcased by the walls of floor-to-ceiling windows.
What’s Here: A charming beach cottage in Marin County, just a short drive up Highway 1 from San Francisco—it’s barely 60 miles from the Ferry Building. Situated on a lovely street with just nine homes, the gingerbread abode features four bedrooms and a spacious living space with beamed ceilings and big picture windows. Solar panels, added in 2018, minimize environmental impact, not to mention the PG&E bill.
What We Love: The oversized deck, perfect for toasting the sunset with local Tomales Bay oysters or a plate of Point Reyes Farmstead cheese.
What’s Here: 3,000+ square feet of modern, welcoming Studio City real estate, where minimalist hygge meets modernist chic. You’ll find four bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, a two-car garage, and a private backyard with a pool. An open concept interior and retractible glass walls invite the ideal indoor-outdoor lifestyle.
What We Love: The sleek, skylit kitchen, contrasting graphite-tinted cabinetry with light hardwood paneling and white quartz countertops.
What’s Here: A grand, rustic lodge on the west shore of Lake Tahoe that’s designed to keep you cozy and entertained no matter what the weather brings. Eight bedrooms and multiple dining areas fill just a fraction of the home’s 5,411 square feet, with a billiard room, cocktail parlor, and other spaces designed solely for recreational purposes. Close proximity to Tahoe City, along with all area ski resorts, make it an ideal year-round getaway.
What We Love: 185 feet of direct lake frontage, complete with private mooring.
What’s Here: Five acres of oceanfront bliss overlooking Kanaha Reef, a natural wonder flocked to by fishermen, kite surfers, and divers alike. The compound’s two-bedroom residence was designed to fuse seamlessly with its surroundings, offering a sun-drenched open floor plan, open-beam cathedral ceilings, and expansive covered lanais to maximize time outside.
What We Love: A par-3 golf green and bunker complex, designed by legendary course architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
What’s Here: An updated, top-floor unit in a historic brick building, located just south of Downtown Denver in the city’s hip Baker neighborhood. Beyond its unarguable charm, the residence offers a cozy bedroom with a study alcove that looks down onto its tree-lined street — a perfect work-from-home space. Deeded parking is included.
What We Love: The exposed brick, sliding barn door, and a decorative cast iron-clad fireplace original to the structure.
What’s Here: An elegant, newly-remodeled Scottsdale home in a quiet and friendly gated community, with five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, an exquisite kitchen with SubZero and stainless steel appliances, and a huge backyard, professionally landscaped with mature fruit trees.
What We Love: Stunning views of the mountains and city lights.