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 Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: a contemporary gem in Marin County, six whole floors of a Greenwich Village townhouse, a charming estate in the Hudson Valley, a Williamsburg shoe polish factory-turned duplex loft, un château à Water Mill, and a 1925 Mediterranean treasure in the Hollywood Hills.
What’s Here: This Upper West Side abode is tucked inside a pre-war brick and limestone Renaissance Revival designed by Gaetan Ajello, an architect renowned for his designs throughout this storied neighborhood. Alongside high ceilings and patterned hardwood floors, the home’s four bedrooms can be converted to three bedrooms and a windowed home office. Classic but with the flexibility that modern life requires, this West End home is certainly not in a dead-end world.
What We Love: The standout dining room—complete with dentil moldings—is massive and ready to accommodate your most exquisite dinner party.
Listing: Lisa Fitzig.
What’s Here: A four-bedroom townhouse that’s convenient to everything and everywhere in Greenwich Village. Up and down six entire floors, find about all you could want from a modern home, from a state-of-the-art kitchen to multiple fireplaces to a wine cellar to not only a private garden but a private roof terrace too. Because while six floors are cool, you know what’s cooler: six floors that include 1,600 square feet of intimate outdoor space.
What We Love: For ultimate personal luxury, the entire third floor of this home is devoted to the primary suite, including a stately bedroom, whole banks of closet space, and a windowed bathroom bedecked in marble.
Listing: Corcoran Sunshine.
What’s Here: A gorgeous duplex loft plunked down into a refurbished factory setting, the c.1914 Esquire Building. As you might expect for one inside a converted shoe polish factory, this home overflows with character and details. Wide-open with poured concrete floors, double-height ceilings, and exposed brick, this loft is ready to be configured any way your creative Brooklyn spirit imagines.
What We Love: With so much space upon entering, your eyes will ultimately be drawn to the oversized windows flaunting views of Manhattan across the river.
Listing: Stanley Krauze.
What’s Here: Say oui oui to this seven-bedroom Water Mill property, reminiscent of a countryside chateau. Upping the European estate feels are French-import gray and cream foyer tiles and the expansive outdoor courtyard bordered by a pair of terraces ideal for dining and entertaining. Adjustments to landscaping and elevation ensure pristine privacy across all five acres.
What We Love: Positively museum-like in scale, this home has more than enough space to be the Louvre or Musée d’Orsay to your personal, eclectic art collection.
Listing: Arlene Reckson.
What’s Here: A three-bedroom, two-bath that fully communes with the nature around it. Boasting peaceful, panoramic views of Three Mile Harbor and Gardiner’s Bay, this home pokes out of a green expanse on the East End. Accessible through multiple sliding glass doors, a wraparound deck sets the stage for optimal indoor-outdoor living. For a little more privacy in your exterior relaxation, the primary suite has its own terrace and a series of waterside views to enjoy.
What We Love: Given your seaside positioning, a full slate of water-based activities are open to you—swimming, fishing, sunbathing, and more.
What’s Here: Relax on this gorgeous estate with 7,690 square feet of living space in the Hudson Valley, just ten minutes away from Millerton. At the heart of the house is a beautiful, well-appointed Provence-style kitchen featuring a fireplace with a limestone mantle made in France, a Lacanche stove with seven burners and three ovens, and two Miele dishwashers–a gourmand’s dream.
What We Love: The property has every imaginable amenity, including a heated saltwater pool, hot tub, tennis court, basketball court, six-stall barn, outdoor riding ring, and a pond.
What’s Here: This enchanting three-bedroom, three-bath in Orlando’s Colonialtown was originally built in 1901 and has been thoughtfully expanded and updated twice in recent years. The result is a house that retains the period charm of the original but with all of the modern necessities, including a renovated farmhouse kitchen, electrical and lighting upgrades, and a water filtration system.
What We Love: French doors from the back of the home lead out to the well-designed backyard (complete with outdoor seating) and a new brick paver driveway runs along the side of the house, leading to the carport.
Listing: Paul Richards.
What’s Here: The South Beach lifestyle, either from the comfort of home or the beaches and nightlife right outside of it. Within a c.1936 landmark building, this townhouse soars with 20-foot-high ceilings and sprawls with an open floor plan. Life in the Setai Residences comes with numerous amenities, including access to pools, a gym, a spa, and a direct link to the beach.
What We Love: A vast terrace forms the perfect outdoor space, bolstered by its ocean views to one side, and the Miami Beach cityscape to the other. And, of course, there is a jacuzzi too.
What’s Here: Tropical privacy in this two-bedroom condo. Recently renovated, it features a spacious living and dining area, a contemporary kitchen, and a tranquil enclosed balcony. With views of the Intracoastal waterway, this home allows you to soak up the best of what Southern Florida has to offer—including plenty of sunshine.
What We Love: With life a mere ocean breeze away from it, you’ll quickly find out what puts the “beach” in Delray Beach.
What’s Here: An elegant four-bedroom Mediterranean-inspired home in the Hollywood Hills has been meticulously renovated with all the modern luxuries, while maintaining its classic architecture from the Golden Era. Designed by Franz Herding in 1925, the house has an open-plan dining room with a terrace overlooking the sparkling pool. The landscaping is a perfect match for the house, with a mix of palm trees, succulents, and bougainvillea surrounding the outdoor spaces.
What We Love: The lower-level guest house has its own separate entrance next to the pool.
Listing: Lytel Young.
What’s Here: A 3,116 square feet contemporary oasis built to take advantage of San Anselmo’s spectacular setting and climate, in temperate Marin County. Walls of glass and windows create seamless indoor-outdoor living in this modern, three-bedroom home designed by Neville Price. The house includes a guest suite, with its own kitchen, full bath, and private entrance.
What We Love: The kitchen and living area, as well as one of the bedrooms, all open directly to the expansive, secluded terrace.
What’s Here: A four-bedroom, four-bath house in Denver’s North Capitol Hill with many environmentally friendly features and a flexible floor plan makes this the ideal house for a live-work space. Owned solar panels provide low-cost utilities and the three-car garage has 220v charging outlets for electric vehicles. The house is also zoned for mixed commercial and residential use if the buyer is interested in using the main floor as an office space.
What We Love: Each of the three levels has a deck or patio to enjoy Colorado’s sunsets, with the ground floor leading to a sunken outdoor dining area in the back yard.
Listing: G. Dagley Arnold.
What’s Here: This roomy four-bedroom, sun-drenched house in Lake Tahoe’s Agate Bay has the rustic appeal of a mountain lodge, but with all the niceties needed so you won’t have to rough it for even a minute. The generously-sized bedrooms are on the first floor, while the great room upstairs combines a chef’s kitchen with the dining and living area, all set under exposed, vaulted ceilings.
What We Love: The property includes a valuable and rare pool membership to the Agate Bay Pier & Swim Club–memberships are only included with certain Agate Bay properties and difficult to access otherwise.
Listing: Brendan Boyle.
What’s Here: This 3.75 acre-estate features a four-bedroom ranch house, as well as a separate one-bedroom, one-bath home. Both houses are set on the bluffs of Kalihiwai, on Kauai’s North Shore, with glorious views of the ocean vistas of Kalihiwai Bay and the Hanalei Mountains. From the hilltop, the property slopes down into a valley, with a waterfall and terraced ponds, all visible from the houses above.
What We Love: The mature landscaping on the property includes avocado, banana, lychee, mango, starfruit, coconut, and orange trees–pick your own fresh fruit salad every morning.
Listing: Joyce D. Wright Funk.