Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, South Florida, and beyond.
by Abigail Finn
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 beachfront compound on Southampton’s Meadow Lane by noted international architects, an Orlando-area manse with a bowling alley one might consider “force-sensitive,” and a San Diego-area contemporary that blurs the line from outside in.
What’s Here: 2,600+ square feet of soaring luxury in Foster + Partners-designed 50 United Nations Plaza. The 3-bedroom condo showcases striking interiors by Rob Bowen, accented with solid white oak floors and bold wall treatments. Each room has motorized shades and its own thermostat, and there’s a Savant home automation system to keep everything under control.
What We Love: The grand, southwest-facing primary suite, boasting a 19’3″-long dressing room, a lavish windowed bath with a Foster-designed teak vanity, and a perfectly-framed view towards the Chrysler Building and Empire State’s spires.
Asking: $5,500,000, including the deeded valet parking space.
What’s Here: A full-floor, keyed-elevator loft at 32 West 18th Street, seamlessly assembled from two penthouses. The combined unit has 6,733 square feet of space inside and 946 square feet outside, split between east and westward-facing terraces. There are 5 bedrooms, a spacious home office, and a modern chef’s kitchen, soaring in tranquility high above the Manhattan skyline.
What We Love: Views of just about every vertical landmark in the city.
What’s Here: A 2-bedroom, 2-bath co-op duplex spanning two floors of a classic 1844 townhouse, located around the corner and a block down Pierrepont St. from the storied Brooklyn Heights promenade. There’s a vaulted, skylit ceiling in the great room, a terrace off the kitchen, and a private roof deck.
What We Love: A trio of classic wood-burning fireplaces, faced in stone, brick, and marble.
The Hamptons/North Fork
What’s Here: English beachfront elegance on 3+ acres, envisioned by internationally-renowned architects Beyer Blinder Belle with interiors by Andrée Putman. The classic, stuccoed main residence spans nearly 6,000 square feet with seven bedrooms — it’s augmented by a congruent guest house, a tennis court, and a pool and spa, all sharing those surreal ocean views.
What We Love: A perfect shingle thatch roof and other Cotswold-evocative embellishments that make the other side of the pond seem just a tad closer.
What’s Here: A pastoral paradise minutes from the roaring waves of the Atlantic and even closer to the shops of Jobs Lane. With its front porch and perfect symmetry, it’s hard to believe this 4-bedroom, 3-bath charmer hasn’t been here for over a century — the 2007-built residence blends seamlessly with .92 acres of landscaped grounds, which count an elegant gunite pool among its highlights.
What We Love: The bright primary suite, boasting hand-hewn beams and a spacious private balcony to glance the grazing horses yonder.
What’s Here: A renovated contemporary-build saltbox (c.1999), cresting 10 hilltop acres with wide-reaching views as far as the Catskills. It’s a ridge over from Rhinebeck and packs an ideal footprint for a country house: 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, a spacious indoor kitchen, and an even bigger outdoor one, set under a pergola and brimming with every imaginable feature.
What We Love: The solar-heated pool and adjacent avant-garde cabana, brilliantly complementing the home’s traditionalism.
What’s Here: Country charm with all the convenience of New York City’s northern suburbs, less than an hour from Manhattan by car or train. This classic 3-bedroom farmhouse enjoys 3 acres of pristine land with a pool, tennis court, and a detached 3-bay garage. You’ll find just over 2,800 square feet, with 3 bedrooms, a third bonus level, and a perfect rocking chair porch.
What We Love: Beamed ceilings, wide-plank wood floors, and other retained rustic-chic true to the home’s 1860 construction.
What’s Here: A rare waterfront compound, with a 3-bedroom, 3-bath main house and two 1-bedroom cottages. The eclectic, two-parcel property is a true Florida original, with a pool, ponds, and direct frontage on the Intracoastal. Patios, gardens and enchanting pathways fill the remainder of its lush grounds.
What We Love: A warm, timeless quality that’s hard to describe until you’ve experienced it for yourself.
What’s Here: An ocean view penthouse in Miami’s vibrant Brickell neighborhood with 3 bedrooms—all en-suite—and 3.5 baths, featuring resplendent interiors by the acclaimed Adriana Hoyos. Function follows form: 9-foot ceilings, blackout shades, and hurricane impact windows underscore the practical side of the sleek 1,600+ square foot condo.
What We Love: The rooftop pool and bar, business center, and other luxe amenities enjoyed by building residents.
Asking: $760,000 (with two assigned parking spaces).
What’s Here: A custom, recently renovated Southern Colonial on a sought-after corner lot in Watercolor, with 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, and a carriage house. Walnut floors, shiplap, and creative splashes of tile just some of the thoughtful accents you’ll find throughout the home’s interior, framed by two levels of wraparound porches.
What We Love: Abundant natural light that reflects the home’s bright sensibilities.
What’s Here: A 12-bedroom manse within the gates of Reunion Resort, overlooking the 14th hole of its Jack Nicklaus golf course. As if the luxuries of its 11,000+ square feet weren’t enough, the home carries an active membership that unlocks the club’s bucket list-level riches: a half-dozen onsite restaurants, a full-service spa, additional sets of links attributed to Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson, and a 5-acre water park.
What We Love: One-of-a-kind themed recreational spaces to spark envy in everyone’s inner child, namely a Disney arcade, a two-lane Star Wars bowling alley, a Harry Potter Hogwarts castle fort with a slide, and a bunk room themed to Pixar’s hit Cars.
What’s Here: A historic, tenant-occupied Logan Square townhouse on an oversized lot, just a stone’s throw from hopping Logan Boulevard. The first floor unit has been partially-duplexed, leaving the opportunity to leverage the tall basement to finish the job. It’s been upgraded with new windows and high-efficiency appliances.
What We Love: Big bay windows that add signature warmth and definition to this greystone-clad classic.
What’s Here: 4 bedrooms and 3 baths in the Inner Sunset, with storybook charm of the utmost sophistication. The 1937 Mission Revival row house showcases a restrained palette and rich period details, like its large arched windows and dreamy corner fireplace. A rooftop solar array helps with the bills and the Tesla charger, in the single-stall attached garage.
What We Love: The hidden patio, set down a flight of stairs from the back deck with terraced gardens and a fire pit — a true urban oasis.
Southern California/San Diego
What’s Here: Nearly 6,000 square feet of gorgeous, contemporary details, with 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. An impressive windowed kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances, and the upstairs terrace beckons stunning ocean views with full force. A guest house and a detached glass-doored garage round out the coastal compound feel.
What We Love: Retractible glass walls for true indoor-outdoor living.
What’s Here: A veritable timber castle, towering high above Lake Tahoe’s famously blue waters just minutes from Heavenly Village and the world-class casino stretch along Highway 50. The 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath residence boasts a detached guest house and an array of wrapping terraces to further embrace its dramatic setting.
What We Love: How a full-on boulder was utilized in the home’s construction.
What’s Here: A 2-bedroom, 2-bath residence within gated Kanaloa at Kona, licensed with a short-term vacation rental permit. The Polynesian-style condo overlooks scenic He’eia Bay and has recently been renovated with modern Hawaiiana decor. Resort amenities include a trio of pool areas, BBQ areas, tennis courts, and a concierge desk, serving residents and guests.
What We Love: Dolphin-watching and surf-spectating on the lanai, with locally-farmed coffee or a Mai Tai in hand.