Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
November 30 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 some of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. Among this week’s picks: A landmarked Brooklyn brownstone, a Southampton estate with an indoor pool, a handsome two-bedroom houseboat in a San Francisco, a bright Mid-Century Modern in Marina del Rey, and a lodge-like Downtown Denver loft.


What’s Here: A chic three-bedroom loft in The Schumacher, the Morris Adjmi-led conversion of a former Romanesque Revival print warehouse on the sought-after block of Bleecker between Lafayette and Bowery. The main suite of the 2,131-square-foot condo overlooks the building’s iconic courtyard by Ken Smith, who designed the roofscape atop post-Taniguchi-expansion MoMa.

What We Love: Those 12-foot barrel-vaulted brick ceilings.

Asking: $5,700,000.

Sara Schwartz
m. 917.698.2555

Katja Knupfer

What’s Here: An unparalleled pre-war co-op, occupying the third and fourth floors of the famed Central Park Studios. 18-foot ceilings soar over the dramatic main living space, with an elegant staircase ascending upstairs to three bedrooms and a spacious loft mezzanine that doubles as a den. There’s a colorfully-tiled kitchen with a wet bar, and a library with a gigantic carved marble fireplace.

What We Love: The unique amalgam of sensibilities that’s part-uptown townhouse, part-downtown loft, and every bit a New York original.

Asking: $3,500,000. 

Sarah Thompson

m. 917.523.3419

Bernice Leventhal
o. 212.937.1699
m. 917.612.6258

Steven Lopez
o. 212.937.1650

m. 917.843.4206


What’s Here: A landmark brownstone, configured as an owner’s duplex and a trio of apartments. With six bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths in total, the 3,600-square-foot home invites many possibilities; there’s also a spacious backyard, accessed from the parlor-level kitchen and garden-level bedroom. The grand staircase still boasts its original banister, with the foyer still floored in an antique inlaid parquet.

What We Love: A seamless time-hopping aesthetic juxtaposing yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

Asking: $2,995,000.

Jennifer Rhodes
m. 919.259.3194
o. 718.923.8066

Sherilyn Abate
m. 347.739.7431

The Hamptons/North Fork

What’s Here: A farmhouse-nouveau remodel of a turn-of-the-century classic, seamlessly mingling vintage charm and modern sophistication. The newly-constructed wraparound porch adds a welcoming entrance to the four-bedroom residence, revealing warmly-appointed living space that includes a towering great room, skylit gourmet kitchen, and a cozy library.

What We Love: The unique al fresco dining room, set beside a robust stone fireplace under a grapevine-topped pergola—stepping stones link the adjacent cooking pavilion, armed with a wood-fired pizza oven, smoker, and Argentine grill.

Asking: $3,250,000.

Gina Suresus
m. 631.276.3520
o. 631.749.2521

What’s Here: 11,000 square feet of modern shingled elegance on nearly two acres, set just a few blocks from Cooper’s Beach on one of the village’s preeminent streets. The exceptional seven-bedroom residence spans three floors, showcasing high-fashion interiors and a litany of uber-luxe amenities to be enjoyed year-round.

What We Love: The indoor pool and basketball court.

Asking: $15,850,000. 

Tim Davis
m. 516.356.5736
o. 631.702.9211

Thomas P. Davis
m. 631.885.5739

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: By the Hounds Farm, a thriving 29-acre boarding and riding facility that was once the stables of Millbrook’s long-defunct Bennett College. The bucolic equestrian complex is comprised 12 paddocks, an indoor arena, and outdoor riding ring, with a duo of barns and a remodeled two-bedroom apartment.

What We Love: Endless opportunities no matter what lane you choose.

Asking: $1,350,000. 

Paula Redmond
m. 914.456.9154
o. 845.677.0505


What’s Here: A charming Tudor four-bedroom in a desirable Sound Shore community, where you’ll find an exciting downtown with shops, restaurants, and the scenic harborfront. The 2,000-square-foot home has a double-level deck and a spacious backyard, along with a finished basement for indoor recreational or home office space.

What We Love: The private entrance to neighboring Warren Avenue Park. 

Asking: $799,000. 

Debra K. Goodwin
m. 914.424.4518
o. 914.591.5600

South Florida

What’s Here: An exemplary specimen of innovative contemporary design that blurs the line between inside and out, maximizing the full Florida experience. 6,500 sleek square feet feature four bedrooms, a great room with walls of floor-to-ceiling windows, a bottom-floor main suite, and an stairs balcony overlooking the pool and gardens.

What We Love: A back loggia that doubles as an outdoor living room.

Asking: $5,495,000. 

Candace Friis
m. 561.573.9966

Phil Friis

What’s Here: A 3-bedroom oceanfront condo in a full-service building, completely renovated with no detail overlooked. There’s 9-foot ceilings, a wraparound terrace with three exposures, an opulent home office, and a modern statement kitchen. The 8.6-acre complex, which neighbors the town-owned, par-3 golf course, offers residents a gym, tennis courts, gatehouse security, and the essential private beach access.

What We Love: The no-expenses-spared details at every turn.

Asking: $2,998,000. 

Kerry Warwick
o. 561.310.2262

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: Classic neighborhood living by the beach, thoughtfully constructed by John Willis Homes. The three-bedroom (plus bunk area) home lies in gated Cypress Dunes, ideally located off 30A. The open, free-flowing floor plan envelops the living room, kitchen and dining area — the main suite lies in the first floor, with all additional bedrooms upstairs.

What We Love: The pair of porches: A welcoming front one, along with an expansive, screened-in counterpart out back.

Asking: $899,000.

Smith Burke
m. 850.610.0667
o. 850.231.5030

Central Florida

What’s Here: More than 3,400 square feet of new construction, set on a quiet dead-end street, fronting one of the canals of Lake Brantley. The five-bedroom, five-bath total includes main suites on both floors, with soaring ceilings throughout the home. There’s also a custom kitchen with oversized cabinetry and a wine cellar.

What We Love: Dinners on the back patio, with lights twinkling off the lake in the background.

Asking: $1,149,000.

Irina Carp
m. 407.969.9937
o. 407.749.6200

Dan Natoli
m. 407.595.8395
o. 407.749.6200


What’s Here: An outstanding one-bedroom, one-bath loft in the heart of the West Loop, featuring 10-foot ceilings and oak hardwood floorThere’s a gas fireplace inside, and a spacious balcony outside for grilling and lounging. Exposed ducts and poured concrete ceilings embellish the industrial-chic.

What We Love: Garage parking is included.

Asking: $295,999. 

Matthew Silver
o. 312.528.9282

Northern California

What’s Here: A two-bedroom Nantucket Shingle cottage in the form of a houseboat, moored in Mission Bay across the creek from the UCSF Boathouse. Paneled, wood-beam ceilings accent the main living area, where a spiral staircase ascends to the main suite, home office, and a duo of spacious balconies. While there isn’t a garage, it’s close enough to paddle a kayak out to McCovey Cove during Giants games and prospect for splash balls.

What We Love: A central location to enjoy the city’s most unique housing option — multiple tech HQs, Philz Coffee, and the 4th and King CalTrain station are mere blocks away.

Asking: $998,000. 

Wendy Watkins

m. 415.367.59973

Southern California

What’s Here: Mid-Century Modern style and ocean breezes—breeze blocks included. This Palm Springs-inspired stunner lies a stone’s throw from Marina del Rey, and it’s infused with all the right things. The open kitchen flows right into a living area with cone fireplace; a retractible wall reveals the landscaped backyard.

What We Love: The detached and equally-stylish guest home, adding an additional bedroom, bath, and kitchen.

Asking: $2,449,000. 

Laura Wong
o. 310.650.2296

Lake Tahoe/Reno

What’s Here: A majestic three-bedroom waterfront in gated Tahoe Keys,  a 740-acre marina community with nearly a dozen miles of inland waterways wandering off the south shore of Lake Tahoe. It’s designed to help you make the most of it: The Blue Spruce-framed property includes a “u”-shaped dock and a built-in fire pit.

What We Love: Taking in the crystal waters, blue skies, and mountain vistas off the back deck.

Asking: $1,499,000. 

Jeff Waldie
o. 530.318.3001


What’s Here: A spacious, sunny penthouse in Downtown Honolulu’s Executive Center, with soaring ceilings, and a chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The recently-renovated residence has a single formal bedroom, with an open loft space that functions as a second.

What We Love: The large wrapping terrace, offering ample entertaining space with even more generous views. 

Asking: $385,000. 

Patrick Chandler
m. 808.650.3040
o. 808.868.9555


What’s Here: A lodge-like penthouse in Downtown Denver with a seamless open floor plan, classic timber details, and a towering stone fireplace. There’s a spacious gourmet kitchen and a large private deck, sharing the mountain and skyline views enjoyed from almost every corner of the three-bedroom, three-bath residence.

What We Love: An “urban ski chalet” vibe you’ll never tire of.

Asking: $1,135,000. 

Gina Cornelison
m. 303.520.0128
o. 303.399.7777


What’s Here: A five-bedroom Mediterranean on a level 1.25-acre parcel, accented with wrought iron and travertine tiling. You’ll be greeted by a soaring domed entry hall, guiding you towards the enormous open kitchen and formal dining space. There’s an attached three-car garage, and two second-floor balconies.

What We Love: The private front courtyard, with fountains and a full outdoor kitchen.

Asking: $699,900. 

Georgia Schaeffer
m. 520.560.3333
o. 480.794.1694