Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
June 7 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 Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: A colorful two-bedroom in Upper Manhattan, a glassy East Hampton beach house, an 18th-century charmer in one of the Hudson Valley’s most sought-after cities, and a meticulous South Florida oceanfront.


What’s HereThe kind of gleaming condominium you usually only see on the glossy pages of a magazine. Sitting atop the historic Merchants House Condominium on North Moore Street, this four-bed, four-bath triplex is impeccably renovated with enticing amenities. With 4,100 square feet, three levels, and 16-foot high ceilings, this home allows you plenty of space to perfect your base in the Triangle Below Canal Street.

What We Love: The glass-enclosed spaces overlooking the bright living area, a refreshing take on the home office.

Listing: Danny Davis, Lisa Balbuena, and Lisa Resnick.

Asking: $6,480,000.

What’s HereA vibrant corner unit in the Morningside Gardens cooperative complex. Upon crossing the threshold into this home, you’ll be bathed in a warm ambiance fostered by high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. Basking in that glow are two bedrooms with ample closet space, a newly renovated bathroom, and a custom kitchen complete with blue cabinetry and detailed tiling.

What We Love: Among many other amenities, if you want to fill your home with some genuinely original artwork, the building offers a professional ceramic and woodworking shop. 

ListingJessica CloonanLarry Schier, and Marissa McGowan.

Asking: $775,000. 


What’s Here: The top-floor corner penthouse of your very specific, home-centric dreams. This converted factory loft is rife with pre-war charms: exposed brick, original wood beams and ceilings, and oversized factory windows that invite natural light in. Adding modernity are touches like a gas fireplace, spa baths, and completely redone oak flooring throughout. You even get a swing!

What We Love: The 11 oversized factory windows that bathe this home in natural light from sunrise to sunset. 

ListingJessica BuchmanBryan Rettaliata, and Susanna Studwell.

Asking: $2,195,000. 

East End

What’s Here: A refined, modern estate nestled on a picturesque acre in the Hamptons. Inside and out, this property gets the most out of its space: six distinctive bedrooms, expansive limestone patios, wine cellar and home theater on the lower level, outdoor kitchen for al fresco dining, and more. 

What We Love: An entire wellness wing that includes a full gym, massage room, and bathroom with a steam shower.

ListingRandi R. BallDebbie Brenneman, and Charlie Esposito.

Asking: $18,500,000. 

What’s Here: Incredible blue views in every room. Completely redeveloped in 2016, this stunning Shelter Island retreat basks in natural light and timeless laid-back elegance. There’s a double-height living area, a brass and mahogany-accented kitchen, and five bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms—a separate barn functions as a three-car garage with a one-bedroom apartment atop it.

What We Love: A private deep-water dock on West Neck Harbor, off Peconic Bay.

ListingTim Davis and Rebecca M. Shafer.

Asking: $5,800,000. 


What’s Here: A beautiful and charming Colonial-style home that is truly a piece of history. Built in 1810, 351 Elm Road was the first house built in incorporated Briarcliff Manor. It offers four bedrooms, a formal living room that showcases massive Georgian windows, a home office, and a spacious backyard with heated pool. 

What We Love: The beautiful French Doors that open to the magnificently landscaped outdoor space. 

ListingAlexandra Shaw.

Asking: $1,200,000. 

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: A c.1723 historic masterpiece that miraculously survived the British burning of Kingston, which briefly served as the first capital of New York State. Ideally located in the heart of the Stockade District (or “Uptown Kingston”), this charming five-bedroom home boasts original beams and hardware, a lovely back patio, and parking space for four cars. Unlike the Royal Army, however, this central location simply can’t be beat.

What We Love: It’s a conjoined home, offering full-residential and residential-commercial possibilities.

ListingLawrence P. O’Toole.

Asking: $860,000. 

South Florida

What’s Here: A bonafide oceanfront compound, constructed in 1926 and meticulously maintained since. At over 12,000 square feet, this seven-bed home has delectable offerings such as cypress cathedral ceilings, a rooftop terrace, and commanding views of the Atlantic.

What We Love: An oceanside office to upgrade your “work from home” setting to a new level.

ListingCandace Friis and Phil Friis.

Asking: $28,500,000. 

What’s Here: Indoor and outdoor life in perfect coastal harmony. Up hardwood staircases, the primary suite features abundant closet space, a marble bathroom, and a covered balcony imploring you to watch many a sunset. Meanwhile, a covered loggia—complete with a summer kitchen—makes for the perfect locale for open-air, poolside entertaining. A trip down toward the water reveals an exclusive dock with a boat lift, providing direct access to Lake Ida.

What We Love: The beach is just minutes away.

ListingJennifer Kilpatrick.

Asking: $3,250,000. 

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: More than 6,000 square feet of scrupulously-designed living space, encompassing eight bedrooms, a spacious living area accented with box-beam coffered ceilings, and a kitchen of grand proportions. You’ll find it all behind the gates of Seclusion Dunes, a vibrant master-planned community, along with a private lagoon-style pool.

What We Love: The rooftop viewing deck, the perfect place to enjoy those idyllic Emerald Coast sunsets. 

ListingJacob Watkins and Hilary Farnum-Fasth.

Asking: $4,500,000. 

Northern California

What’s Here: A gorgeous new construction nestled in the trees, featuring five bedrooms, a bright and oversized great room, a chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, and an elevator. The opulent primary suite boasts a private covered patio, and there’s a true oasis of a backyard, replete with a heated pool and ample lounging space.

What We Love: The dramatic 25-foot glass accordion wall, leading you from the living room to the covered outdoor entertaining area.

ListingHolly Welch.

Asking: $6,350,000.


What’s Here: An bright, four-bedroom mountain home in the Montreux Golf and Country Club. You’ll find modern elegance throughout, augmented with a cozy home theater and a large wine cellar. You can also, however, screen movies outside: there’s a large built-in screen on the patio, alongside a built-in grill and a wood-burning fireplace.

What We Love: The large primary suite, outfitted with all the accents to remember why you’re here.

ListingDaphine MacLean.

Asking: $5,549,000. 


What’s Here: A modern, four-bedroom beach home on six acres of secluded land, offering an unprecedented 225 feet of ocean frontage with stunning views of Molokai’s famed Papohaku Beach. The gated residence takes full advantage of the views from the moment you open the front door. Other highlights: skylights, wood-beamed ceilings, and an expansive lanai.

What We Love: The “endless pool” over the Pacific. 

ListingJeanne Dunn.

Asking: $3,850,000.