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 charming Brooklyn carriage house, a point lot Palm Beach stunner with two sides of Intracoastal waterfront, and a vibrant San Francisco condo with crow’s nest views of the city.
What’s Here: 5,000 square feet with 4 bedrooms (5, including the den), 4.5 baths and 2,200 square feet of landscaped terrace, all masterfully designed by Archi-Tectonics’ Winka Dubbeldam. It’s one of just 11 residences in the tony full-service condominium, housed in an c.1887 Romanesque Revival by Puck Building architect Albert Wagner.
What We Love: The lush roof deck, replete with a bamboo tree wall, custom cantilevered grill, and an outdoor shower.
What’s Here: A rarely available 3-bedroom in a pre-war doorman co-op, sporting 2,100 sophisticated square feet by Million Dollar Contractor‘s Stephen Fanuka. There’s a wood-burning fireplace, a formal dining room, and the option to add a washer/dryer in-unit.
What We Love: The gallery entrance from a semi-private elevator landing.
What’s Here: A quintessential brownstone-Brooklyn carriage house, with front and back terraces and a curb cut for parking. Currently configured as swanky studio-office space, it’s easily convertible to a residential property—there’s already a chef’s kitchen, and the zoning allows for an additional half-floor and roof deck.
What We Love: Dreamy period details like authentic carriage doors, exposed brick, and beamed ceilings.
What’s Here: 9,788 square feet of modern shingled elegance in the heart of Quogue’s “Forum,” with 9 bedrooms and 11.5 baths. The park-like grounds, just shy of 2 acres, include an expansive poolside area, a sunken Har-Tru tennis court and a basketball court.
What We Love: The gigantic Roman-stepped pool and adjacent waterfall spa, bookended by a duo of matching pool houses.
What’s Here: A 6,000-square-foot Michael Davis remodel on 1.6 majestic acres fronting Parsonage Pond. The main residence boasts wide-plank wood floors, seamless flow out French doors to the pool and back patio, and an upstairs terrace off the primary suite.
What We Love: A lofty, spanking-new guest house with a lower level media room (and, for utility’s sake, the generator).
What’s Here: A turnkey, energy-efficient modern farmhouse with a free-flowing open floor plan. Heavy on curb appeal, it has three bedrooms, three baths, and a subway-tiled kitchen. It’s on a no-outlet street just blocks from town, completing the country feel.
What We Love: A laundry list of “green” amenities that make it run 80% more efficiently than the average resale home, like geothermal heating/cooling with MERV-13 air filtration.
What’s Here: 5,000 square feet of contemporary waterfront on Ibis Isle, with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a three-car garage, and a separate two-bedroom guest house. The half-acre point lot includes 315′ of frontage on two sides, hosting a private dock and 6,000 lb. boat lift.
What We Love: Looking out those glass walls over the pool and the sparkling waters of the Intracoastal.
What’s Here: A full-floor three bedroom condo, soaring nine stories above the Atlantic Ocean at Vistablue. The 3,300-square-foot residence boasts 10-foot ceilings, a Poggenpohl kitchen with quartz countertops, and a large terrace.
What We Love: The sleek Roche Bobois furnishings throughout.
Asking: $3,950,000 (which includes the private two-car garage and owner storage)
What’s Here: A modern, 5-bedroom beach house in Watercolor’s Phase 3 development, with a double front porch and salt water pool. Meticulous accents include white oak-plank floors, salvaged wood beams, and millwork from a family farm in Wisconsin.
What We Love: The covered back patio, an intimate poolside enclave with an outdoor fireplace and built-in barbecue.
What’s Here: 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and inspired transitional living spaces with castle-like proportions. Stepping stones cross the salt-water pool from the loggia, boasting a summer kitchen and spiral staircase to the upstairs terrace, to the spa and gardens beyond.
What We Love: A glassed-in, thousand-bottle wine room and the secret zen garden off the master bath with indoor–outdoor hot tubs.
What’s Here: A two-bedroom, two-bath oasis in the heart of The Loop, with sleek dark espresso-stained hardwood floors and stunning skyline panoramas. There’s in-unit laundry, and the kitchen has butcher block countertops and all-stainless appliances.
What We Love: The custom, leather-clad barn door that slides to reveal the main bedroom.
Asking: $399,000 (with parking available separately, for lease or purchase).
What’s Here: 1,412 open and colorful square feet in Noe Valley, including two bedrooms, two baths, and a single-car garage. With seven closets and a massive downstairs storage area, you’ll never feel squeezed in this expansive urban retreat.
What We Love: Three private outdoor spaces to soak up the perfect views over Dolores Heights, The Castro, and Lower Haight, with the downtown skyline and East Bay hills beyond.
What’s Here: 3,618 square feet of mountain style with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, tucked into a corner lot on a quiet street in Incline’s Lake View subdivision. There’s a fenced south-facing backyard, a wraparound deck, and a large garage with room for up to three cars.
What We Love: A central location half a block from the village center, with private lake beaches close by.
What’s Here: 5 bedrooms and 5 baths, 2 and 2 in a private guest wing. This veritable Big Island oasis spans 1.25 acres on the 12th fairway of the Francis H. I’i Brown South links, with park-like grounds and dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean and Mauna Kea.
What We Love: The double upstairs office, for work, and covered poolside lanai, for both work and play — a retractible glass wall forms a seamless bridge inside.