Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
March 1 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 some of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this round: A mansard-roofed Brooklyn Heights townhouse known for its role in a classic rom-com, a spacious Sag Harbor bayfront, a historic gingerbread farmhouse in suburban Westchester County, a colorful neighborhood home in West Palm Beach, and a hillside Mission Revival off LA’s famed Sunset Boulevard that’s ready for its close-up.


What’s Here: 1,800+ square feet of soaring luxury at 25 Park Row, a modern condominium showcasing a contemporary interpretation of Art Deco style in the heart of the Financial District. This three-bedroom, three-bath residence comes accented with wide plank Italian oak floors, oversized casement windows, and  gorgeous custom kitchen that offers a cantilevered island and Calacatta Gold marble countertops.

What We Love: The grand, private balcony with sweeping views of 1 World Trade Center and up the Hudson River to Midtown.

Asking: $4,240,000.

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o. 646.933.4625

What’s HereA darling alcove studio in vibrant, convenient Kips Bay, the Flatiron and Midtown East-adjacent neighborhood that some forget is also but a few minutes’ ferry ride from Williamsburg and Long Island City. The remodeled co-op has an open-concept floor plan, parquet wood floors throughout, and abundant storage space.

What We Love: Resident amenities like a fitness center and beautifully-landscaped rooftop.

Asking: $495,000. 

Sylvia Dimova
m. 212.470.0746


What’s Here: The picture-perfect, c.1829 brownstone on the corner of Cranberry and Willow Streets, known in the neighborhood as “the Moonstruck house” for its role in the beloved 1987 romantic comedy (which won Cher an Academy Award for Best Actress). Beyond its fifteen minutes of fame, the home shines plenty in its own spotlight: Impeccable effort has been exerted to restore the five bedroom, 4,445-square-foot townhouse to the pinnacle of today’s style with exquisite attention to detail—no two rooms are alike.


What We Love: Steel-corseted stairs, concealed steel beams, and other sturdy infrastructural upgrades that stand ready to hold up that Mansard roof for another 200 years.

Asking: $12,850,000. 

Karen Talbott
m. 718.809.1293
o. 718.832.4157

Kyle Talbott
o. 718.832.4140

East End

What’s Here: A modern oceanfront on 1.2 acres in the Westhampton dunes with six bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths, and water views throughout. An architecturally-intriguing exterior reveals nearly 6,000 square feet of modern, open interior space, with an elevator connecting all three floors. The spacious, elevated back patio includes a pool and spa, pergola-topped dining area, and Ipe ramp down to the beach.

What We Love: Deeded right-of-way to the bay, in addition to your 120 feet of Atlantic-facing frontage.

Asking: $10,999,999.

Mark Schindler
m. 516.885.2577
o. 631.723.4433

Vance Schindler
m. 631.903.0818

What’s Here: A 1.3-acre waterfront enclave in North Haven, just minutes outside Sag Harbor Village, with an eight-bedroom shingled residence and unbeatable views out to the bay. The modern residence boasts a three-season screen porch and a lower level with a gym, sauna, and more. Out back, there’s an infinity-edge pool and spa flanked by stone steps on either side, revealing a garden patio looking towards the dock.

What We Love: The grand main suite, with 13-and-a-half foot ceilings, a fireplace, and a private balcony with water views.

Asking: $10,500,000. 

Mala Sander
m. 917.902.7654
o. 631.899.0108

Nicole Hechter
m. 917.514.5874

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: A charming 1930s-vintage residence—modern, by Rhinebeck standards—just a few blocks from the Beekman Arms and all the vibrant town center has to offer. Surrounded by lush perennial gardens, the home offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a cozy living room with wood-burning fireplace, and a perfect home office.

What We Love: The skylit, glass-walled dining area that lets you eat in the garden year-round.

Asking: $860,000. 

Julia Crowley
m. 845.797.1262
o. 845.876.6676


What’s Here: A six-bedroom Italianate farmhouse dating to 1840, filled with updated amenities and boundless charm. You’ll find wide-plank wood floors, antique fireplace mantels, and priceless period details. Balancing out the convenience are an attached two-car garage and a fully-loaded mudroom with built-in cabinetry. It’s all on an acre of landscaped property.

What We Love: The conspiracy of curb appeal, plotted by the two-story bay window, bracketed front porch with dual staircases, and the brick-lined circle drive.

Asking: $1,575,000. 

Heidi Henshaw
m. 914.224.1493
o. 914.762.0070

South Florida

What’s Here: A tri-level, three-bedroom waterfront townhome on Fort Lauderdale’s Hendrick’s Isle, replete with a private salt water pool and dockage on the city’s own “Little Venice.” Located a shell’s throw from Las Olas Boulevard and the beach, this remarkable property boasts six terraces, including a large roof deck reached via floating staircase.

What We Love: Not one, but two private boat docks outfitted with fresh water and electricity. 

Asking: Price upon request.

Ross Milroy
m. 305.788.1220

What’s Here: A charming, beautifully-renovated Mission Revival in the city’s Grandview Heights neighborhood, reached by a brick walkway and drive and surrounded by lush gardens. This three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home is simply delightful at every turn, from the open, remodeled kitchen to the spacious backyard with a patio and pool.

What We Love: Rose-colored accents that remind you to keep a positive outlook as you walk out the door.

Asking: $895,000. 

Dan Todorich
m. 561.373.1791

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: 6,500 square feet of superior construction and attention to detail directly across the street from a private beach. This unbeatable Emerald Coast retreat offers a roomy eight bedrooms, including a luxurious main suite with cypress ceilings and a private balcony. The chef’s kitchen commands immediate attention with its quartz countertops, gold accents, and statement Venetian-plastered range hood.

What We Love: The double-deck pool house, with a guest suite above.

Asking: $3,650,000. 

Mickey Whitaker
m. 850.499.3535
o. 850.231.5030

Rob Augustine
m. 850.226.3727
o. 850.231.5030

Central Florida

What’s Here: The Webster-Wagner House: A 10-bedroom, 8,300-square-foot masterpiece bringing together a century of residential style on a gated half-acre in downtown Winter Park. The charming home, dating to 1920 and completely renovated in 2009, beckons with the timeless curb appeal of its white shutters and wraparound front porch. Once inside, you’ll find the interiors to be every bit up to present-day standards, with upgraded systems and a fabulous gourmet kitchen.

What We Love: The retractible glass wall in the living room, revealing the pool, formal gardens, and gazebo out back.

Asking: $3,995,000. 

Chocky Burks
m. 407.493.2748
o. 407.749.6200

Steve Healy
m. 407.230.1441
o. 407.749.6200

Matt Tomaszewski
m. 407.719.5956
o. 407.749.6200


What’s Here: The sunny top-floor duplex of a modern Wrigleyville row house, built all with the elegance of one four times its age. The three-bedroom, three-bath condo includes a double-height family room with soaring cathedral ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and a lofted entertaining space.

What We Love: The spacious terraces on both levels, accounting for sizable private outdoor space in the heart of a very sizable city.

Asking: $699,000. 

Andrew Schneider
o. 312.528.9200

Northern California

What’s Here: More than 4,200 square feet of suburban serenity and picturesque sweeping views on two gated acres of western Sonoma County, with four bedrooms, an enviable chef’s kitchen, and a three-car garage. The thousand-square-foot downstairs guest suite makes overnight entertaining a breeze. Both levels flow effortlessly out to the zen-like grounds, landscaped with wandering footpaths, a fire pit, and a pond.

What We Love: The custom-built, temperature-controlled 1,300 bottle wine room.

Asking: $1,900,000. 

Laura Hall
o. 707.478.0027

Southern California

What’s Here: A 1927 Mission Revival classic perched in the hills above Sunset Boulevard, offering more than 3,300 square feet with three bedrooms. There’s a full-floor main suite, a private office, and a courtyard entrance to a third bedroom. The canvas-canopied terrace—and the rooms leading to it—enjoy wide-reaching views over the valley below.

What We Love: That classic, old-LA elegance you just can’t get enough of.

Asking: $3,450,000. 

Pam Norrell

Lake Tahoe/Reno

What’s Here: A modern, brand-new mountain home on a level lot, showcasing a sleek open-concept layout, high-beamed ceilings, and a modern kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances. The home’s raw-timber exterior captures that true Sierra-Nevada feel, and the sunny front deck is the perfect place to take in those distant peaks. And say, how about the convenient location halfway between Tahoe City and Incline Village?

What We Love: Private beach access.

Asking: $1,395,000. 

Sean Collins
m. 530.368.5511


What’s Here: A sun-drenched penthouse in a resort villa overlooking the west shore of Hawaii’s Big Island, affording turnkey indoor-outdoor living in the most breathtaking of surrounds. Mahogany floors and soaring, skylit ceilings pair with crystal blue ocean views and private beach access for a truly perfect package.

What We Love: The perfectly-sized outdoor kitchen, outfitted with a hooded gas grill and wooden cabinetry.

Asking: $2,328,000. 

Annie Mendoza
m. 808.557.5831
o. 808.589.2040


What’s Here: A two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo down a quiet and charming tree-lined street in Cherry Creek. You’ll find an open kitchen with brand-new cabinetry, a sunny great room with a fireplace, and a delightful private balcony. Community amenities add a shared courtyard and a fitness center.

What We Love: The barn-style pocket door partitioning the living area from the guest bedroom.

Asking: $579,000. 

Gina Cornelison
m. 303.520.0128
o. 303.399.7777


What’s Here: The convergence of carefree living and classic southwestern elegance. This four-bedroom stunner sits surrounded by pristine, unspoiled desert and mountain views, with a gated courtyard entry welcoming you through a flagstone porch. Pueblo-style charm is everywhere, from its cozy hearths to the French-doored den.

What We Love: The sun-kissed main suite, with its romantic fireplace and opulent private bath.

Asking: $750,000. 

Melissa Massey
o. 480.794.1694
m. 480.254.6959