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 hidden garden one-bedroom in midtown Manhattan, a perfect Palm Beach new construction, a Mission-style bungalow in Venice Beach, a luxe three-acre retreat Hawaii’s Big Island, and a sleek Scottsdale condo at the center of the city’s Old Town district.
What’s Here: 3,300 square feet of bright, modern living in the Tribeca Historic District, set between soaring ceilings and gleaming wide-plank floors that pay homage to the neighborhood’s industrial roots. Highlights include the open kitchen, a double walk-in closet off the foyer, and an opulent primary bedroom—there’s four in total—with a spa bath.
What We Love: Those perfect north and west-facing casement windows, beckoning endless sunlight and views as far-reaching as New Jersey.
What’s Here: A one-bedroom unicorn co-op with an amenity sacred in any part of Manhattan (and all the more coveted here): A planted, fully-private 565-square-foot garden, replete with a pergola, irrigation, and lighting. There’s a part-time doorman in the building, along with laundry and a live-in super. Did we mention the recently-renovated kitchen?
What We Love: It’s immediately rentable post-managing agent review—no board approval required.
What’s Here: A classic c.1899 townhouse, with four levels of modern interior set behind a timeless stone façade and statement front door. The four-bedroom, four-bath beauty has a cozy great room with a fireplace, a spacious backyard, and a custom home office space big enough to meet the remote work and schooling needs of the entire household.
What We Love: The full line of outdoor spaces: A spacious backyard, two balconies, and a zen-liked turfed roof terrace.
What’s Here: A 6,000-square-foot modern residence on two acres in the Noyac hills, bordering 15 more of conserved lands. It’s entered through a dramatic gallery, where you’re greeted with the floating steel staircase that spans from the finished lower level to the scenic roof deck. There’s also an attached two-bay garage and a pool.
What We Love: The surreal rooftop deck, offering panoramic views over Peconic Bay from Robin’s Island to Jessup Neck
What’s Here: 2,700 square feet of new construction just outside one of the most beloved villages in the Hamptons, featuring five bedrooms, five full baths, and five half-baths. A front porch makes for a welcoming entrance, and the attached garage and lengthy driveway offer parking flexibility that can’t be underrated here. There’s also a heated gunite pool out back.
What We Love: Deeded access to a private beach (and mooring rights).
What’s Here: By the Hounds Farm, a thriving 29-acre boarding and riding facility that was once the stables of Millbrook’s long-defunct Bennett College. The bucolic equestrian complex is comprised 12 paddocks, an indoor arena, and outdoor riding ring, with a duo of barns and a remodeled two-bedroom apartment.
What We Love: Endless opportunities no matter what lane you choose.
What’s Here: A classic four-bedroom Colonial with a modern feel that’s an easy, scenic commute into Manhattan by train or car. The half-acre parcel gives that ideal balance of privacy and a neighborhood feel. 4,100+ square feet of interior follow a bright, open floor plan, with hardwood floors throughout.
What We Love: The summer-ready backyard with a pool, patio, and a pergola with a built-in grill.
What’s Here: A brand new, six-bedroom waterfront manse in the Venetian Islands that blurs the line between indoors and out, boasting 12-foot ceilings, sweeping city and water views, and an expansive second-floor terrace. Top-shelf highlights include Porsche Design lighting and a Boffi chef’s kitchen—there’s also a Savant home automation system to keep all running smoothly.
What We Love: The sleek poolside summer kitchen, overlooking the pool, spa, and Biscayne Bay beyond.
What’s Here: A brand new three-bedroom that’s just about ready for occupancy. The charming shingled residence has three baths, a sleek chef’s kitchen with quartz countertops, and an elevator connecting all floors of the home. The upstairs balcony, off the main suite, offers a delightful place to peer over the hedge rows over a morning cuppa.
What We Love: Being within blocks of world-class shops and restaurants, North Lake Trail, and the Breakers.
What’s Here: A newly-constructed, six-bedroom luxury beach house on an oversized corner lot straddling conservation land. The 5,500+ square foot residence is accented with warmly-decorated rooms, soaring ceilings, and seemingly unlimited porch space. It’s all the best elements of the coastal Walton County lifestyle under a single roof.
What We Love: Those double-stacked outdoor fireplaces, warming both levels of terrace (not to mention the soul).
What’s Here: Palm Court: An eco-conscious masterpiece by Phil Kean Design Group named National Association of Home Builders’ “New American Home” of 2017. The pod-style residence redefines indoor-outdoor living, with more than 8,000 square feet of modern interior flanking a central palm courtyard — yes, that’s a five-hole putting green — and a sparkling pool.
What We Love: A nearly 2,000-square-foot roof terrace, reached via a custom glass staircase imported from Belgium, that holds the more dramatic of the home’s two outdoor kitchens.
What’s Here: A three-bedroom at 340 on the Park, balancing a modern open-plan design with a prime downtown location overlooking Lake Michigan. The bamboo-floored showpiece features three bedrooms and an airy kitchen, and it’s all wrapped walls of floor-to-ceiling windows.
What We Love: The two southward-facing balconies.
What’s Here: A 2,585-square-foot charmer on a vibrant acre of prime western Sonoma County, overlooking surrounding neighboring tranquil farmland and distant rolling hills. There’s four bedrooms, three baths, and dazzling refinished hardwood floors. Double doors out back reveal a spacious back deck, leading to boxed gardens beyond.
What We Love: Sitting around the stove over a winter sunset, pairing wine and cheese with those watercolor vistas.
What’s Here: A wonderfully-renovated, three-bedroom bungalow along President’s Row, conveniently close to Abbott Kinney and Marina Del Rey. Recent renovations have infused a coastal-modern feel, which carries through all 1,851 square feet of the Mission Revival out a private backyard.
What We Love: The perfect marriage of location and style.
What’s Here: A three-bedroom mountain home that’s as perfect for ski weekends as it is in summertime. Sierra-Nevada sensibilities are everywhere: You’ll find soaring knotty alder ceilings, hickory floors, and a robust stone fireplace. An open-concept kitchen stands by with top-of-the-line appliances. HOA membership adds optional beach access and mooring for a nominal annual fee.
What We Love: The pergola-topped outdoor hot tub, a sensational place to splash down after a day on the slopes.
What’s Here: Ikena Lani: A lavish three-acre retreat at Anini Vista, on the north shore of Kauai, that’s centrally-located to some of Hawaii’s most famous surf breaks—not to mention golf, shopping, and endless other attractions. Defined by its calming indoor-outdoor sensibility, the estate is uniquely accented in hand-curated Asian artifacts, augmented with custom doors and Pyinkado hardwood floors. Expansive covered decks connect the main residence with a studio/workshop, gym, and sauna.
What We Love: The dramatic, bridged entry over a koi pond.
What’s Here: A five-bedroom Rocky Mountain retreat, composed of 10,500 square feet of custom lodge-inspired interior on 2.7 rolling acres. There’s five bedrooms, soaring ceilings, and a stunning backyard with a pond and a fire pit. Features like a two-story, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace make this house more than a home: it’s a feeling.
What We Love: An indoor lap pool, complete with a waterfall, that blends seamlessly into the home’s great room.
What’s Here: A handsome two-bedroom condo in Old Town Scottsdale, showcasing industrial-chic accents like concrete floors, exposed ducts, and a barn door to split the primary bedroom and bath. Those good looks are form-follows-function: The home was specifically designed to be low-maintenance throughout.
What We Love: It’s available furnished (for an additional cost).