Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
May 24 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 Gramercy penthouse overlooking Manhattan, a charming cottage by the water on the North Fork, an ornately detailed home in the Hudson Valley, and a sanctuary among the redwoods in Northern California.


What’s Here: A pre-war penthouse with picturesque glimpses of the park and Manhattan skyline, visible from every room and a wraparound terrace. This re-imagined residence sits 17 stories up with an eat-in kitchen, oversized casement windows, one king-size primary suite, and a second suite that can easily convert to a den via a retractable wall.

What We Love: That expansive terrace, which is accessible from every room. 

Asking: $7,200,000. 

Stuart Moss
m. 646.642.0603
o. 212.821.9140

What’s Here: A fantastic five-floor townhouse found in the heart of Manhattan’s West Village. It claims five bedrooms and four outdoor spaces across 6,000 square feet of interior and exterior living space. There is also a separate, spacious garden-level suite that can be utilized for guests or be rented out.

What We Love: The palatial parlor level, complete with soaring ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace.

Asking: $16,500,000.

Meris G. Blumstein
m. 917.613.8553
o. 212.539.4966

Sydney Blumstein
m. 917.435.3697
o. 212.539.4982


What’s Here: A skyward townhouse perched atop a converted DUMBO warehouse. Walls of stunning floor-to-ceiling blackened steel casement windows will impress you from the moment you enter, but the allure does not end there. This home boasts four vast bedrooms, a sleek chef’s kitchen, and a plethora of appealing amenities. 

What We Love: Private terraces on two levels, offering iconic sunset views over Manhattan.

Asking: $5,950,000.

Deborah L. Rieders
m. 917.494.2503
o. 718.923.8001

East End

What’s Here: A veritable estate in The Hamptons spread out across 10,000 square feet and 4.5 glorious acres. Behind a gated front entrance and through a soaring entryway, this home has space for days with seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms in total. Out in the backyard, a two-story pool house flanks a heated saltwater pool and private tennis court.

What We Love: The grand staircase that carries you to a primary suite, highlighted by a fireplace, private balcony, wet bar, and more.

Asking: $6,495,000. 

James K. Peyton
m. 917.882.5589

John Frangeskos
m. 914.602.3656
o. 631.537.7773

What’s Here: Surrounded by lush landscaping and nearby the Long Island Sound, a serene Southold cottage. Built in 1927 and set among hydrangea trees and wisteria, this three-bed, two-bath dwelling has charm written all over it. Beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, two stone fireplaces, and a shingled exterior only seal the deal.

What We Love: A bright, wainscoted sunroom that is picture-perfect for entertaining. 

Asking: $995,000. 

Sheri Winter Parker
m. 631.848.7730
o. 631.899.0613

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: A vivacious Victorian-style home that is unmatched in its attention to detail. Intricacies like coffered ceilings, decorative moldings, and multi-faceted wood flooring help make this c.1875 five-bedroom a singular one. Elements such as a dumbwaiter, saloon doors, and an antique wall phone lend tons of throwback character to this former bed-and-breakfast.

What We Love: The cozy, covered porch that looks ready-made for enjoying a morning cup of coffee. 

Asking: $745,000. 

Lawrence P. O'Toole
m. 917.576.5832
o. 845.684.0304


What’s Here: Historic and recently renovated, a Queen Anne that dates to 1847. Nestled along the Hudson River in Upper Nyack, a gated driveway leads to amenities like a detached two-car garage (with a Tesla charging station), a basketball court, and even a private beach. Inside, you’ll find modern comforts like a home theater and a steam shower existing alongside classic touches such as stained glass windows and crown moldings.

What We Love: The asymmetrical, technicolor exterior that looks straight out of a storybook.

Asking: $3,900,000. 

Ryan Paige
m. 845.825.4478
o. 845.358.9440

Adam Blankfort
m. 845.641.3255
o. 845.358.9440

South Florida

What’s Here: A grand West Palm Beach home with a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Situated upon a triple lot with a gated entry, the property’s main house boasts four bedrooms, original oak flooring, a comfortable home office, and two primary suites. Beyond the principal residence, a guest house provides two more bedrooms.

What We Love: The vast amount of palm trees and patio space that surround the pool.

Asking: $2,475,000. 

Don Todorich
m. 561.373.1791

What’s Here: This welcoming coastal home offers all of the modern amenities you could ever need. Only one block off of the Intracoastal Waterway, a recent top-to-bottom renovation provides a three-bedroom main residence with porcelain floors, a metal roof, hurricane impact windows, and a saltwater pool for good measure.

What We Love: The cozy one-bed, one-bath detached guest cottage.

Asking: $2,390,000. 

Jennifer Kilpatrick
m. 561.573.2573

Gayle Clark
m. 561.929.6545

Northern California

What’s Here: A private sanctuary residing among redwood trees in one of the most coveted parts of Terra Linda. Get the best of both the indoor and outdoor worlds with three bedrooms, an updated kitchen, a covered atrium, and a spacious yard that is one with nature. 

What We Love: Right across the street, over one thousand acres of preserved land are ideal for hiking and exploration. 

Asking: $1,585,000. 

Stephen Pringle
m. 415.720.7832
o. 415.496.2600


What’s Here: A whole lot on only one level. From a private elevator, enter this full-floor penthouse that has ample area for entertaining, dining, and whatever else you may endeavor to do with over 4000 square feet to work with. Three bedrooms, an open kitchen, and numerous building amenities will bring you in, while walls of oversized windows and a sun-soaked great room will make you want to stay.

What We Love: Absolutely unbeatable views of the ocean from two outdoor lanais on the 38th floor.

Asking: $5,360,000. 

Joan Eva Atamian
o. 808.798.2022


What’s Here: A desert oasis in the form of this vintage cottage. The home was constructed in 1946 and has been lovingly updated with its innate charm in mind. It boasts two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, a country kitchen, and oversized windows that perfectly frame their views.

What We Love: The spacious backyard, which offers plenty of shade to help beat the heat.

Asking: $400,000. 

Craig Young
m. 480.773.2183
o. 480.794.1694