Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
March 22 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: An artful two-bedroom in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, an East Hampton retreat dating to the 18th century, a sprawling Brick Georgian estate in the Hudson Valley, the only single-family residence on Miami Beach’s Ocean Drive, and a striking Contemporary in Hawaii that overlooks the turquoise waters of Oahu’s North Shore.

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RENO/TAHOE     |      HAWAII      |     CHICAGO     |     DENVER    |    PHOENIX/SCOTTSDALE

What’s HereA two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath loft at 76 Madison, a premier conversion in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood. No expense was spared in the recent gut renovation by Elle Decor 2020 A-list firm Brockschmidt & Coleman, the result showcasing wide plank white oak floors, 10-foot beamed ceilings, and retained industrial details—it’s an enviable canvas for artful NYC living.

What We Love: It’s just one floor below penthouse level. (There’s also additional space above the ceiling that, pending board approval, could be used to create a loft, storage area, or a skylight).

Asking: $3,450,000. 

Charlotte Van Doren
m. 917.603.9489
o. 212.323.3202

What’s Here: A spacious 2,445-square-foot loft at 70 Vestry, the iconic RAMSA-designed loft building by Hudson River Park and the Tribeca waterfront. You’ll find three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, and a downright stunning eat-in kitchen with courtyard views, boasting Bardiglio Luco marble counters with Calacatta Milano marble accents. Did we mention the in-building parking space?

What We Love: Full property management by RELATED, with full-time concierge and Luxury Attaché lifestyle services.

Asking: $7,995,000. 

Maria Pashby
m. 917.520.0592
o. 212.893.1436

Joanna Pashby
m. 917.623.9123
o. 212.893.1442

Zach Haigney
m. 774.270.1338

What’s Here: A restored jewel box brownstone just blocks from Prospect Park, delighting with its modern remix on dreamy period details like mahogany pocket doors and grand-proportioned rooms with original moldings and millwork. The garden level extends from the front courtyard to a spacious backyard, comprised of a home office, eat-in kitchen, and adjacent family room. There’s also a spacious deck that overlooks the gardens, accessed off the living room.

What We Love: Dreamy wall coverings, statement light fixtures, and a myriad of other entrancing details that add spice with sophistication.

Asking: $3,995,000. 

Bryan Rettaliata
m. 631.338.0979

Sarah Shuken
m. 917.685.3231
o. 718.923.8068

Susanna Studwell
m. 520.404.7582

What’s here: A private, five-bedroom retreat that’s just across Georgica Pond from some of the most famous beaches in the Hamptons. The stunning property features a pool, pergola-covered zen gardens, and an expansive back porch, all enjoyed with considerable privacy.

What we love: An ideal layout that positions the kitchen as the true heart of the home, opening to the family room on one side and the living room on the other by way of a bay-windowed breakfast nook.

Asking: $6,500,000. 

Michael Schultz
m. 917.882.8338
o. 631.899.0254

What’s here: A historic homestead in Springs, originally built in the 1720s, that puts the best of East Hampton within easy reach. Numerous additions and renovations haven’t detracted from the home’s period character, with details like beamed ceilings, wide plank pine floors, and a raised hearth with a classic wood-burning stove.

What we love: The compound feel: The property has a small cottage, moved from a farm in Wainscott, and 600-square-foot artist’s studio alongside the saltwater pool.

Asking: $1,400,000. 

Jennifer Hoopes
m. 347.526.1869

What’s Here: A modern 6,100-square-foot Brick Georgian evocative of the great country homes of Mott Schmidt, set on 30 acres of sprawling forest and trails at the center of Old Chatham. Complementing the four-bedroom manse is a three-story barn, an enviable home office or studio space, and a pool.

What We Love: Dual main suites on both the east and west wings, replete their own private libraries and sitting rooms. 

Asking: $2,400,000. 

Karolina Czekaj
m. 914.456.9154
o. 845.677.0505

Paula Redmond
m. 914.456.9154
o. 845.677.0505

What’s Here: An exceptional four-bedroom Colonial, in Northern Westchester, on nearly an acre of landscaped property. The home’s just over 3,100 square feet are filled by four bedrooms, a formal dining room, a sunny and open chef’s kitchen, and numerous cozy spaces to work, play, and entertained. Out back, there’s a large pergola with a built-in grill. 

What We Love: The finished basement, which opens to the backyard, is a blank canvas for whatever you can imagine.

Asking: $1,150,000. 

Wendy V. Phillips
m. 914.589.1206
o. 914.762.0070

What’s Here: A stunning point lot estate on the Intracoastal Waterway with sweeping views from every room. Beyond the classically-elegant, five-bedroom manse, the landscaped grounds add a pool, spa, and a large loggia with an outdoor kitchen. It’s a tropical oasis at the center of everything South Florida life has to offer.

What We Love: The 330 feet of water frontage.

Asking: $9,200,000. 

Candace Friis
m. 561.573.9966

Phil Friis

What’s Here: The only freestanding single-family home on South Beach’s famous Ocean Drive. Built in 1930 and reconstructed by developer Todd Glaser, this iconic landmark enchants with soaring ceilings, wide-plank white hardwood, and curvaceous forms. A double-height great room and multiple greenery-filled terraces add to the allure.

What We Love: The swoon-worthy rooftop pool, with its adjacent patio and summer kitchen.

Asking: $10,900,000. 

Eloy Carmenate

Mike Duchon

What’s Here: A modern take on Nantucket style in the Wind Rose district of WaterSoundBeach, offering nearly 3,000 square feet of modern living space minutes from the Emerald Coast’s sparkling beaches. Expect to find sun-drenched open living spaces, a cozy study, and an elevator.

What We Love: Over a thousand square feet of porch space.

Asking: $2,395,000. 

Jim Steckel
m. 850.866.7214
o. 850.231.5030

Jacob Watkins
m. 850.797.8694
o. 850.231.5030

Hilary Farnum-Fasth
m. 850.685.0171
o. 850.231.5030

What’s Here: A modern six-bedroom residence in the gated community of CasaBella, featuring soaring ceilings, a custom statement staircase that carries you from the great room to the gorgeous upstairs, and an oasis of a backyard with oversized pool and summer kitchen. 

What We Love: The two-story great room with double height windows, bringing a bit of that lush landscaping inside.

Asking: $2,374,900. 

Matt Tomaszewski
m. 407.719.5956
o. 407.749.6200

Chocky Burks
m. 407.493.2748

Steve Healy
m. 407.230.1441
o. 407.749.6200

What’s Here: A gorgeous two-bedroom in the clouds, with two-and-a-half bathrooms, a tastefully remodeled kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances. The unit boasts hardwood floors throughout, and unlocks such enviable resident amenities as an indoor pool and a scenic grilling terrace. 

What We Love: Sweeping, unobstructed views of Lake Michigan, Grant, and Millennium Parks, and the Michigan Avenue skyline.

Asking: $1,250,000. 

Tyler Stallings
m. 513.680.3924
o. 312.528.9200

What’s Here: A charming front-porch classic that once served as a town meeting house, today transformed into a delightful three-bedroom home. The home well-flexes its cozy footprint: There’s a welcoming home office and a a spacious living room with a wood burning fireplace.

What We Love: The brand new deck off of the kitchen that overlooks the private, landscaped backyard. 

Asking: $1,699,000. 

Julie Mendonca
o. 415.328.0147

What’s Here: A sprawling four-bedroom rambler in the heart of Ranch Santa Fe designed with an emphasis on indoor-outdoor living. Highlights include a 600-bottle wine cellar, solar panels, 50 amp Tesla charger, and a spacious pool and spa surrounded by ample patio space.

What We Love: The separate one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest house. 

Asking: $3,350,000. 

Susan Meyers-Pyke
m. 858.395.4068

Cara Sipan
m. 619.335.0264

What’s Here: A serene lakeside compound on the west shore of Lake Tahoe featuring a two-bedroom, two-bath main house and two detached one-bedroom, one-bath guest cabins. The property captures an “Old Tahoe” feel with all the modern style and amenities today’s buyer demands, all before a breathtaking backdrop of turquoise waters and distant Sierra peaks.

What We Love: 100′ of sand beach.

Asking: $8,150,000. 

Darin Vicknair
o. 530.308.2538

Michael Oliver
m. 530.308.9810
o. 530.581.1100

What’s Here: A one-of-a-kind modern estate on 150 prime feet of ocean frontage facing towards the scenic Mokolua Islands. This contemporary compound consists of a four-bedroom main house and a separate guest cottage, both sharing an unbeatable outdoor entertaining area with lush lawns, a pool, and a spa.

What We Love: Floor-to-ceiling windows to. bring ocean views to every room.

Asking: $25,000,000. 

Ruthie Kaminskas
m. 808.377.0443
o. 808.589.2040

What’s Here: A bright, open townhome surrounded by city and mountain views. This cherry residence  features three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a home office, a two-car garage. The chef’s kitchen that opens to a comfortable living area with gas fireplace. 

What We Love: The private rooftop deck.

Asking: $710,000. 

Dave Browning
o. 303.399.7777
m. 303.946.9412

What’s Here: A warm and welcoming three-bedroom home in the guard-gated community of Candlewood Estates at Troon North, featuring open, free-flowing interiors with coffered ceilings and unique Pueblo-style built-ins that help set the mood for this glamorous desert home.

What We Love: The resort-style backyard, filled with a lagoon-style pool with waterfall, putting greens, a built-in grill, and a fire pit.

Asking: $1,250,000.

Kristen Petronio
m. 602.370.2774
o. 480.794.1694