Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
March 29 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 modern Brooklyn townhouse, a vintage classic on Sag Harbor’s historic Captain’s Row, a mid century-inspired waterfront on Miami’s Venetian Islands, a charming contemporary north of Los Angeles, and a dreamy compound on Hawaii’s Big Island embraced by an income-producing avocado farm.

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

What’s HereA stunning renovation combining two properties into a singular five-bedroom, 2,900-square-foot residence. You’ll find dual primary suites, a spacious chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and four-and-a-half bathrooms (no, we didn’t miscount).

What We Love: Sweeping city-and-river views spanning three exposures.

Asking: $4,250,000. 

Sid Gandotra
m. 201.281.9651

What’s Here: A très-chic one-bedroom penthouse in The Broadmoor, the storied c.1925 co-op between 8th and 9th Avenues, showcasing 750 stylish square feet of transformable open-concept interior. There’s a gas fireplace, a wraparound terrace, and oversized windows that flood the unit in natural light all day long.

What We Love: The thousand-square-foot private roof deck. 

Asking: $1,095,000. 

George Laskaris
m. 917.375.0989
o. 212.444.7942

What’s Here: A standout three-floor townhouse at the center of South Brooklyn’s beloved waterfront neighborhood, pairing seamless modern living to the neighborhood’s urban-seaside-village feel. The four-bedroom residence boasts wide-plank white oak flooring throughout, a sleek chef’s kitchen, and a spacious roof deck—not to mention a backyard.

What We Love: The parking space, ensuring breezy runs to Whole Foods in neighboring Gowanus or big-box stock-ups in Industry City (it’s just as close).

Asking: $2,775,000. 

Christopher R. Sheller
m. 917.576.2985
o. 718.765.3792

Juliette E Pannone
m. 646.721.0113
o. 718.765.3793

What’s here: 7,200 square feet on 1.6 acres of waterfront tranquility on Northwest Harbor. The seven-bedroom home offers elegant, free-flowing living space surrounded by manicured gardens, replete with a heated pool and a trail down to the private beach. Who wouldn’t want the distant twinkle of Cedar Point Lighthouse as their nightlight?

What we love: A discrete guest wing that forms a veritable mini-villa, an ideal setup to share your enclave with ease.

Asking: $8,995,000. 

Debbie Brenneman
m. 631.553.7324
o. 631.537.4135

Charlie Esposito
o. 631.537.4148

Michael Esposito
m. 631.255.1894
o. 631.537.7773

What’s here: A rare chance to own a Captain’s Row icon. Dating to 1850, this 2,500-square-foot charmer has a laundry list of classic architectural details that provide the perfect canvas for a 21st century transformation—and with a simply unbeatable location.

What we love: The barn-style garage, adding further to the property’s potential.

Asking: $1,300,000. 

Alyssa K. Mazzola
m. 917.822.9305

What’s Here: A grand timber lodge on 19 acres of northern Dutchess County, meticulously maintained with all the rustic charms the Hudson Valley is known for. You’ll find three bedrooms, a great room with a towering fireplace and beamed cathedral ceiling, and a spacious game room that carries out to a stone terrace. It’s an ideal retreat rain or shine, summer or winter, weekend or all-week.

What We Love: The trails that meander through the property.

Asking: $1,187,000.

Paula Redmond
m. 914.456.9154
o. 845.677.0505

What’s Here: A classic mid-century raised ranch on a spacious central lot that’s chock full of cheerful, sophisticated upgrades, featuring five bedrooms within its nearly 3,500 square feet of refreshed interior space. There’s a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace that divides the living and dining rooms, and a finished lower level for endless possibilities.

What We Love: The double-height windowed entry.

Asking: $1,469,000. 

Pamela D. Eskind
m. 914.260.2054
o. 914.591.5600

What’s Here: A true statement home in the Venetian Islands with 360-degree views of Biscayne Bay. You’ll be welcomed through a tropical garden entrance, accented with a breeze block wall of Insta-worthy proportions. Did we mention the infinity pool overlooking the dock?

What We Love: Catching sunsets behind the city from the rooftop hot tub.

Asking: $15,900,000. 

Julian Johnston
m. 305.502.3985

What’s Here: An exceptional two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo with dramatic ocean views. The modern residence features Porcelanosa floors, cove-style architectural lighting, and a sleek chef’s kitchen with custom island and wine fridge; there’s also a steam shower in the primary suite.

What We Love: It’s available furnished.

Asking: $1,199,000. 

Ty Theta Trottill
m. 561.818.0888

What’s Here: Nearly 4,000 square feet of pristine living by the beach. Situated on one of the most sought-after lots in all of Grayton Beach, this bright residence affords grand open-concept living, with a porch on every level each with breathtaking views of the water Also included: An elevator and a private pool. 

What We Love: Being neighbors with the sugar-white sands of those Emerald Coast beaches.

Asking: $4,950,000. 

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 six-bedroom residence of grand proportions, Tucked behind the gates of the exclusive Reserve section of Alaqua Lakes on just shy of an acre. There’s a spacious home office, an opulent main suite with a sitting area and a fireplace, and a screened-in lanai with a pool.

What We Love: It’s on the 18th green of Legacy Golf Club—talk about a hole in one.

Asking: $2,300,000. 

Ellen Bessette
m. 407.496.0076
o. 407.749.6200

Kathy Stoner
m. 407.312-9672
o. 407.749.6200

Kara Grebler
m. 321.696.9943
o. 407.749.6200

What’s Here: A two-residence townhome with a front porch and curb appeal to the max, located a stone’s throw from shopping, entertainment, and transportation in this vibrant Chicago neighborhood. There’s three bedrooms per unit, and an unfinished basement ripe for re-imagining.

What We Love: The large rooftop deck.

Asking: $899,000.

Andrew Schneider
o. 312.528.9200

What’s Here: An updated three-bedroom in Parkside (the iconic neighborhood between the better-known Sunset District and Lake Merced) with a formal dining room, a modern skylit chef’s kitchen, and a finished lower level that acts as the private primary suite. THe latter offers access out to an expansive, landscaped backyard with a patio.

What We Love: The parquet floors, arched doors, and other details that are plenty easy to love.

Asking: $1,598,000. 

Dan Healy
m. 415.699.0552

Caroline Scott
m. 415.244.9754

What’s Here: A sprawling modern four-bedroom on a charming tree-lined street just below Ventura Boulevard, accented with rich woods and a relaxed palette. Intimate, stylish outdoor spaces are surrounded by lush vegetation and canopies of trees—there’s even an outdoor shower.

What We Love: The zen-like guest house.

Asking: $2,695,000. 

Peter Lorimer
o. 310.788.0700

Cindy Lorimer
o. 310.788.0700

What’s Here: A newly-remodeled, mid-century lake house with filtered views of Tahoe’s famously blue waters, outfitted with four bedrooms, three baths, and a spacious gourmet kitchen. The three-car garage adds ample room for fleet and fun.

What We Love: The rooftop deck with a fire pit, an ideal place to cozy up on a cold night. 

Asking: $1,495,000. 

Bill Leeder
m. 530.386.0598

Nora Leeder
m. 530.386.0599

What’s Here: A 3.47-acre compound with three distinct dwellings, all surrounded by an operating avocado orchard. Dubbed Hale Nui, or “House of Abundance,” the property features a four-bedroom, plantation-style residence, a two-bedroom Mediterranean villa, and a four-bedroom Hawaiian-style guest cottage.

What We Love: Every little detail for enchanting resort-style living in form and function, from the lanai bar and koi pond to photovoltaic solar panels and an electric car hookup.

Asking: $3,188,888. 

Jenni Lee
o. 808.589.2040

What’s Here: A meticulously renovated four-bedroom home in Roxborough Park, complete with bright and airy open living spaces, a cozy home office, a spectacular main suite with its own balcony, and a beautifully-landscaped backyard oasis. 

What We Love: The charming courtyard, offering incredible views of downtown Denver and surrounding red rock outcroppings.

Asking: $869,900. 

Jim Doerr
o. 303.399.7777
m. 303.596.8705

What’s Here: A beautiful, updated Scottsdale ranch home with four bedrooms, a formal dining space, a sunny and spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a resort-style pool surrounded by covered patios for dining and entertaining.

What We Love: The large and open floor plan, well-accented by its vaulted ceilings. 

Asking: $730,000. 

Kristen Petronio
m. 602.370.2774
o. 480.794.1694