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 parkside residence on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, a Sonoma-area vineyard that’s been family-owned for 150 years, a mid-century modern marvel in Montauk, a historic suburban estate in Westchester’s Briarcliff Manor, and a mill house with a waterfall just south of Kingston—the gateway to the Catskills.
What’s Here: Parkside real estate in the truest sense. Tucked into an Art Deco building designed by George F. Pelham—the architect behind many iconic UWS structures—this home is literally across the street from Riverside Park. If you’re searching for a balance of classic and contemporary, look no further. Nine-foot beamed ceilings rise above a state-of-the-art kitchen, while oak hardwood and herringbone floors lead to radiant heat bath floors.
What We Love: While the vast beauty of Riverside Park is essentially the home’s front yard, the verdant wonder of Central Park is its friendly neighbor down the street.
What’s Here: Stretching north-south, with abundant natural light pouring in from both ends, this apartment cultivates a singular style. French doors open onto a bright bedroom at its north pole, a room easily modified into a living area or home office if needed. As you span down the length through multi-purpose space, the galley-style kitchen provides a place to cultivate culinary curiosity. The primary suite sits behind a quaint sliding screen door in the rear, offering a tranquil retreat from everything preceding it.
What We Love: Scandinavian flavor gets a punch of vintage Village character in a way that makes you wonder why these two styles don’t mingle more.
What’s Here: A Williamsburg triplex existing in perfect symmetry. Over three floors, this home looks as if it were precisely carved out of a giant, townhouse-sized block, no detail ignored. There’s room for a home office, a laundry room, modern cooking and dining areas, and three spacious bedrooms, all within the refined borders of hardwood floors and exposed beam ceilings. The top floor takes “prewar charm” to the next level—no pun intended—where industrial skylights guarantee a consistently warm ambiance from above.
What We Love: As if 2,400 square feet worth of interior weren’t enough, the home also boasts an expansive private terrace.
Listing: Mary Wyatt.
What’s Here: Off the shores of Shinnecock Bay, luxurious living in Southampton. This striking six-bedroom home is sun-drenched from head to toe through its multitude of windows. Each of its three levels offers copious interior and exterior space for entertaining, which is not to mention a deck down by the bay for kayaks, paddleboards, and the like.
What We Love: Overlook sparkling waters from within sparkling waters as you view Shinnecock Bay while floating in a cascading infinity edge pool.
Listing: Jen Daddi.
What’s Here: A mid-century modern marvel in Montauk. Try saying that five times fast. Ever so fine-tuned, the home blends stylish elegance with a down-by-the-water vibe that can only be encapsulated by the word beachy. Suddenly, life at “the end of the earth” doesn’t seem half-bad.
What We Love: Sunsets look to be nightly appointment viewing, either through the west-facing glass walls of the living room or from a lounge chair on the deck.
Listing: Helen Stubbmann.
What’s Here: 117 magnificent, forested acres in the heart of the Hudson Valley’s Ulster County. The Black Creek runs through the property and flows into a stunning waterfall and two large ponds. There’s also a mill house and several outbuildings, all of which can be finished according to the new owner’s specifications.
What We Love: The serene location next to the John Burroughs Nature Sanctuary protects the property’s secluded surroundings.
What’s Here: Five acres in bucolic Orange County horse country with an 1860 Colonial farmhouse in the center. The four-bedroom, three-bath home has its original pocket doors and four fireplaces. The property also has a three-car garage, a three-stall heated equestrian barn, an above-ground pool, and a 3,000 square-foot workshop with plumbing.
What We Love: The bricked garden terrace and the impressive wine cellar make a perfect pair for hosting drinks al fresco.
Listing: Sanford Glazman.
What’s Here: A six-bedroom, six-bath Southern Colonial, sited in the perfect spot in this bucolic Westchester village. The c. 1900 house, dubbed “Little Mount Vernon,” was commissioned by town forefather Walter W. Law for his daughter. It retains charming period details, alongside a renovated interior with all the necessary modern conveniences.
What We Love: Though the house is surrounded by 2.75 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and grand stone walls, it’s also only five minutes from the train, at Metro-North’s Scarborough-on-Hudson station.
Listing: Heidi Henshaw.
What’s Here: Lavishness is a word that leaps to mind when looking across the marble floors of this estate. When gazing at any portion of it, actually. Absolutely eye-popping, it is a seven-bedroom home that is also a world unto itself. Highlights include a home theater, a wine cellar, a waterfront space, and a palm tree-encircled pool. Still, you’re bound to discover all that and more across nearly 20,000 square feet.
What We Love: Details like limestone columns and Venetian plaster walls make parts of this home feel straight out of a movie scene.
What’s Here: Charm, comfort, and flexibility on a 19,000 square foot corner lot. The home’s interior leaves itself open to many configurations; depending on individual needs, one person’s four-bedroom could be another’s three-bedroom with a cozy home office. Either way, there will be no compromising on outside space, which is in abundant supply. Any side around the exterior of this property offers opportunities to sit back, relax, and bask in the Florida warmth.
What We Love: Though the covered back patio, front porch swing, and crop of fruit trees all earn plaudits for this home’s exterior experience, top marks must go to the newest addition: the oasis within the outdoor oasis that is the swimming pool.
Listing: Jennifer Kilpatrick.
What’s Here: 7,000 square feet of waterfront living, with five bedrooms and a stunning view from each, overlooking the Halifax River. The heated, saltwater pool, and summer kitchen open to a large waterside patio, with a walkway across the lawn and onto the double-sided boathouse with two lifts.
What We Love: The super luxurious spa bathroom includes a soaking tub, rain shower, and sauna.
What’s Here: A nine-acre Pinot Noir grape vineyard and estate in Sonoma’s Russian River Valley. The ranch includes seven buildings located in a ring on the property, including a gorgeous four-bedroom main house, with an in-ground pool and a hot tub. There’s also a 700-case temperature controlled wine storage facility, plus well water for irrigation and solar power for the whole property.
What We Love: Just one family has owned the vineyard since 1870, caring for the land for the past 150 years.
Listing: Cory Maguire.
What’s Here: A majestic 3,764-square-feet Italian Villa that sits on a south-facing corner of The Strand, in the Orange County community of Hermosa Beach. This grand property has four bedrooms, five baths, plus a family game and screening room, and a large, private, rooftop deck.
What We Love: The outdoor living space includes a patio with a grill, fountain, and fire pit just a volleyball’s throw from the beach.
What’s Here: A five-bedroom, 4,026-square-foot house in Tahoe’s Incline Village that’s the perfect base for year-round or vacation living. The master suite includes a family room and a private office and the property is surround by park-like grounds and mature landscaping. It also includes an RV-boat pad with electricity and water.
What We Love: Owners have full Incline Village General Improvement District (IVGID) privileges, which include beach passes and reduced ski and golf rates.
Listing: Karen Bruno.
What’s Here: A bright, totally updated two-bed, two-bath condo in Denver’s Cherry Creek. Large windows flood the apartment with light, and the kitchen has new appliances, new quartz counters, and a professionally finished pantry. Monroe Pointe is a 24-hour concierge staffed building, with a gym, social room, and guest suites available for overnight visitors.
What We Love: The central location across the street from the Cherry Hill Trail.
Listing: Gina Cornelison.
What’s Here: A Spanish-Mediterranean manse with eight bedrooms, a pool, hot tub, private basketball court, and a library with a wood-burning fireplace. Nearly 4.3 acres of landscaped grounds surround the 9,400-square-feet main house, located in Scottsdale’s bucolic Prado Estates.
What We Love: The many patios on both the upper and lower levels, each with wide-reaching views—ideal for watching those desert sunsets.