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, from New York City to Florida to Hawaii. Among this week’s picks: A hip Williamsburg conversion defined by indoor-outdoor living, an elegant oceanfront manse in the Palm Beaches, an iconic retreat in the redwoods of western Sonoma County, and an off-the-grid retreat on Oahu’s North Shore.
What’s Here: A soaring 4-bedroom penthouse at Five Five Zero, a sleek new West Chelsea condominium in the coveted corridor between the High Line and the Hudson. The sophisticated two-story residence, reached via keyed elevator, enjoys northern, southern, and western exposure through industrial-style casement windows, flooding the home with natural light and dramatic views across the river. Additional highlights include a spacious kitchen with custom Italian cabinetry, a spa bath with soaking tub, and a gas fireplace.
What We Love: The 541-square-foot terrace, big enough to furnish with a full dining set and lounge pieces with room to spare.
What’s Here: An 1855 Italianate townhouse that, beneath its classically Greenwich Village exterior, has been transformed into a veritable urban oasis inside and out. The garden level of the 9-bedroom, 6.5-bath residence boasts 17-foot ceilings, held aloft by a lattice of wood beams and double-height exposed brick walls. While currently configured as an owner’s triplex with 4 rental apartments, its 5 floors and 6,000+ square feet offer no shortage of combinations to consider.
What We Love: The lush, zen-like backyard with a waterfall, fountain, and custom-built aviary — there’s also a duo of terraces on the 3rd and 5th floors.
What’s Here: One of North Brooklyn’s most unique residences, a former garage and wood shop that’s been meticulously transformed into an innovative 2-bedroom home emphatic on indoor-outdoor living. The sleek, midcentury-inspired living area, which features 28-foot ceilings and a Preway fireplace, shares seamless access to a central courtyard with the main suite — the latter includes a spa-like bath with an open shower and sunken Jacuzzi tub. Ascend the floating staircase and you’ll discover a full, second suite, spacious front terrace, and a catwalk to the sunny roof deck.
What We Love: How parallel sets of NanaWalls, on opposing sides of the courtyard, create an open-air hallway, backed up by a proper glassed-in one that preserves the effect through inclement weather. (Did we mention that deck was upcycled from reclaimed Coney Island boardwalk sections?)
The Hamptons/North Fork
What’s Here: A 2-acre slice of prime East Hampton estate country with more than 300 feet of frontage on a tributary of storied Georgica Pond, replete with a 7-bedroom shingled contemporary residence. The 5,000+ square foot home revolves around its double-height great room, with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to the free-form rock pool and bucolic grounds. A cozy library boasts a wood-burning fireplace, and a finished basement adds a gym, sauna, and access to the garage.
What We Love: Being minutes from town while feeling far from it.
What’s Here: 3,000 square feet of stylish new construction, set on just over half an acre a stone’s throw from Little Peconic Bay. The 4-bedroom, 4-bath Modern Craftsman features an open, free-flowing interior that’s as welcoming as it is practical, accented with subway tile, cable railings, and other thoughtful splashes of contemporary style. A community beach and marina ensure the best of North Fork living is never far out your Dutch door.
What We Love: The classic screen porch, perfect for catching some fresh air once you’ve closed the pool for the season.
What’s Here: 350 timeless acres in Columbia County, reached down a private, tree-lined drive, surrounding a late-20th century, 6,000-square-foot main residence. The rolling compound, called Artemis Farm, comes replete with an updated guest house and numerous barns, along with paddocks, fenced vegetable gardens, and a greenhouse to live any country lifestyle you can design—all barely two hours outside Manhattan.
What We Love: The 2+ linear miles of Roeliff-Jansen Kill (and two tributary streams) that lie on the property, adding to the scenic draw.
What’s Here: An ideally-located, custom-built home in Westchester’s Rivertowns, with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and gracious open-concept living space. There’s a private first-floor home office, and a spacious backyard with an expansive patio, outdoor kitchen, and fire pit. Sidewalks down to Broadway connect Irvington’s vibrant village and its scenic waterfront — and a speedy commute to Manhattan via Metro-North’s Hudson Line.
What We Love: The blend of storybook looks and turnkey contemporary construction.
What’s Here: Unmatched privacy and elegance with an unbeatable Gulf Stream oceanfront address, set behind gates and a herringbone brick driveway. The 5-bedroom Mediterranean offers 8,000 square feet of formal and casual luxuries, including a first-floor main suite with a private den, a richly-decorated gourmet kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, and no shortage of richly-appointed living space.
What We Love: The elegant ocean view loggia, overlooking the coral-decked pool with an outdoor fireplace and grilling station.
What’s Here: An impeccable waterfront townhouse on Hillsboro Inlet, complete with 150′ of private dock space on Intracoastal waters to accommodate multiple vessels. The 4-bedroom residence offers more than 4,000 square feet across four levels, all connected via elevator. There’s a home theater, an office with extensive wood built-ins, and marble-floored terraces outside, not to mention the roof deck above it all.
What We Love: The private pool and spa, which shares the home’s generous water views.
What’s Here: An incredible new construction estate with 5,600 square feet of pristine living space, coupling with the 1-bedroom carriage house to offer a total of 6 bedrooms, 6 full baths, and 2 half-baths. White oak floors, exposed-beam ceilings, and a standout curved staircase infuse warm modernity throughout, and it’s splashed in natural sunlight by the home’s many towering windows. A spacious pool area, screen porch with sliding doors and a fireplace, and a summer kitchen complete the grounds.
What We Love: The open-air tower, a unique architectural touch offering rare panoramas over Rosemary Beach.
What’s Here: A furnished, builder’s-model home on just over half an acre, with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and free-flowing living space. Sliding glass walls allow seamless access to the spacious backyard, with its infinity-edge spa, salt water pool, and a detached guest suite that could also act as a distraction-free home office. The chef’s kitchen features Thermador stainless appliances and quartz countertops; there’s also a fully-loaded outdoor kitchen on the lanai, for all those ambitious cookouts.
What We Love: Crestron wiring that makes this stunner almost as smart as its buyer.
What’s Here: An unbeatable south-facing combined unit with not only 1,900 square feet of living space, but two 18-foot terraces. Convertible to a 3-bedroom, 2-bath unit, the rare offering in the city’s New Eastside neighborhood enjoys postcard-perfect views of the skyline, Maggie Daley Park, and out to Lake Michigan. There’s hardwood flooring throughout, in-unit laundry, and a spacious gourmet kitchen with all-stainless appliances.
What We Love: The gently-barreled ceiling in the main living area, a defining feature of this unique habitat in the sky.
What’s Here: A contemporary retreat on 7.2 acres in the woods of western Sonoma County, with more than 2,500 square feet of sun-drenched interior. The soaring great room, beautifully-detailed with a spiral staircase, features double-height windows and doors out to the wraparound redwood deck. Out back, a sunny meadow offers ample space for a pool or whatever other personal touches you might conjure up.
What We Love: The spacious studio suite, complete with its own separate entrance.
What’s Here: A 3-bedroom mountain retreat with 3,700+ square feet of ski resort-style style and amenities. Inside, there’s a billiard room, a home theater, a poker room with a bar, and a double-height great room with the home’s signature stone fireplace. Outside, there’s an expansive landscaped backyard with a waterfall and a fire pit. Decks and terraces climb the sides of the home, adding even more space to relax and unwind.
What We Love: The rooftop loft (and its unbeatable views of the Sierras).
What’s Here: A newly-built, off-the-grid retreat on the North Shore of Oahu, bringing sustainable living to 5+ acres of ocean-view land conveniently close to the shopping of Turtle Bay and the world-famous Banzai Pipeline. The 5-bedroom, 4-bath residence is powered by 129 owned photovoltaic panels, supported with a trio of inverters and two backup generators. A garage with a workshop and electric car charging, along with a farm shed, round out the property.
What We Love: There’s truly no better place to live with minimal impact and symbiosis with land.
What’s Here: A thoroughly modern single-family home on a corner lot in Platt Park, with more than 2,700 square feet, 4 bedrooms, and 2.5 baths. On the main level, you’ll enjoy open-plan living space that carries effortlessly from the lounge area by the fireplace, past the dining space, through the kitchen, and out accordion doors to a fire pit-fitted back patio. A fully-furnished lower level adds a private guest suite, along with additional recreation and entertaining space.
What We Love: It’s wired — specifically with remote-control shades, built-in speakers, and a Control4 home automation system.
What’s Here: Southwestern sophistication with a true painted desert backdrop, enjoyed through picture windows inside and all across the 5+ acre ranch. The adobe main residence boasts beamed ceilings, Saltillo tile floors, and a soothing natural palette. Few spaces are more inviting than the family room, extending off the kitchen with its corner beehive fireplace and dramatic mountain vistas. A roof deck, covered patio with hot tub, and more round out this quintessentially Arizona property.
What We Love: The magnificent entertainer’s courtyard, a tranquil oasis with unobstructed views of Pinnacle Peak.