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 elegant Park Slope townhouse, a high-fashion village charmer in the Hamptons, a West Palm Beach retreat that brings together the best of old and new, a Hollywood penthouse with true movie star looks, and a British Virgin Islands that blends seamlessly with its natural surroundings.
What’s Here: An exquisite full-floor condo in a character-filled pre-war building. Unit 10FL spans more than 4,000 square feet, featuring five bedrooms, a gracious entrance gallery, an eat-in chef’s kitchen with eye-catching Calacatta Gold marble countertops, and two working gas fireplaces.
What We Love: The fabulous, open exposures in every direction.
What’s Here: A sleek three-bedroom loft in a timeless cast iron building at the heart of the Historic District. You’ll find exposed brick, resplendent Indonesian Palm flooring, and a spiral staircase in the main living area, with glass-walled balconies on three sides. The primary suite boasts stunning built-in storage, and there’s a cozy office nook to WFH in style.
What We Love: The 17-foot ceilings and oversized windows that bright an effortless airiness.
What’s Here: A richly-detailed, c.1901 neo-Federal townhouse on one of the most coveted blocks in Park Slope. The stunning five-bedroom residence has been meticulously restored in form and function. You’ll find (among other things) five bedrooms, four terraces, a custom-designed home office, and a finished basement as show-worthy as the rest of the home. A deeded car condominium, just a few blocks away, is available separately.
What We Love: The perfect mansard roof and its landscaped roof terrace (along with the skylit top floor below).
What’s Here: A timeless village classic, conceived by interior design legend Stephen Gambrel to echo the charm and vernacular of a vintage seafarer’s residence while offering unmatched luxury and precision. Located a stone’s throw from Main Street, the swoon-worthy home offers three bedrooms, a handsome paneled dining room, and a magazine-worthy kitchen.
What We Love: The lush, intimate backyard, boasting a handsome pool flanked by a beautiful stone potager.
What’s Here: A bay-front beauty at the far end of Long Island’s North Fork, overlooking Orient Harbor and Shelter Island with generous oversized windows and its spacious back deck. The midcentury three-bedroom makes efficient use of its 1,400 square feet, with a sunny open-concept living area and a basement that can easily hold a home office, gym, or storage. The half-acre backyard adds a heated pool and a fire pit.
What We Love: 100 feet of beachfront.
What’s Here: Wyndclyffe House, a 2003-built take on a classic Hudson River estate staring at the face of the Catskills. More than 7,600 square feet of sumptuous living space showcase soaring vaulted ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, and other lavish accents. An exquisite garden by noted landscape designer Hoichi Kurisu provides a fitting entrance to the home’s dramatic setting.
What We Love: The property’s restored 1870s carriage house—a holdout from the previous manse here.
What’s Here: Perfectly nestled in Miami Beach’s exclusive Altos Del Mar, 7737 Atlantic Way is a gorgeous Spanish Mediterranean estate that totals more than 7,000 square feet across three stories. Located in Miami’s only gated oceanfront residential community, the home features seven bedrooms, a handsome wine cellar, and a spacious outdoor entertainment deck encompasses a summer kitchen, stunning garden, and private ocean access.
What We Love: Taking in the sparkling ocean views from the oversized heated pool.
What’s Here: A 21st century oasis crafted from a classic 1940s bungalow. With its custom-beamed ceilings, unique landscaping, and various statement accents, this three-bedroom beauty is as visually stunning as they come. It’s all set on a spacious, private lot in the heart of Old Northwood, minutes from the exciting restaurants, cafes, and boutiques the vibrant village has to offer.
What We Love: The detached guest home, gutted and ready to be transformed into your dream space.
What’s Here: A custom-built four-bedroom house in The Vias of Winter Park—simply “The Vias,” to locals. You’ll be greeted by a winding brick walkway and a charming covered front porch. Out back, three sets of French doors reveal the delightful backyard, replete with a formal patio, oversized pool and spa, and a loggia with a built-in grill.
What We Love: Have you ever seen a more perfect front door?
What’s Here: A six-bedroom Beaux Arts masterpiece on one of the finest blocks in Presidio Heights. Conceived by noted San Francisco architect Edward Eyestone Young in 1922, the home showcases original hardwood floors and ornamental plaster ceilings, not to mention “peek-a-boo” views of the Golden Gate Bridge. You’ll be wowed from the second you see its yellow façade.
What We Love: The round formal dining room, sporting custom hand-painted wallpaper.
What’s Here: A two-bedroom penthouse at the W Residences Hollywood that’s sure to make all who enter feel like a movie star. The 1,860-square-foot unit features floor-to-ceiling windows, a sleek chef’s kitchen with state of the art appliances, and an opulent primary suite with perimeter lighting and access to the wrapping terrace.
What We Love: Watching Tinseltown’s nighttime sparkle.
What’s Here: A turnkey Sierra retreat just outside Heavenly ski resort and Ski Run Marina Beach, with five bedrooms and generous entertaining spaces inside and out. Oversized windows perfectly frame lake and mountain views, complemented with soaring ceilings that underscore a true feeling of high-elevation luxury.
What We Love: Beams and paneling to layer in even more inherent warmth.
What’s Here: A truly special estate on Kauai’s southern shore, comprised of more than three private acres at the end of a long, tree-lined drive. Two lava rock ponds reveal the entrance to the main house, which offers five bedrooms, extra-tall ceilings, and endless windows to take in the sweeping views. There’s also a guest house, two separate garages, and a delightful pool.
What We Love: The edible landscaping: Grapefruit, pomegranate, lychee, and more are present throughout the property.
British Virgin Islands
What’s Here: “Water’s Edge,” perched high on the north side of the island and well deserving of its name. Sweeping ocean views are only the beginning. The home effortlessly blends natural stone and glass elements to create a true oasis, boasting four bedrooms, a striking infinity-edge pool, and oversized, retractable windows between them to invite the best of indoor-outdoor living.
What We Love: Quite literally, everything.