Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
September 21 Edition

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 Brooklyn townhouse with a home theater, a Mediterranean compound in a storied Lower Westchester river town, and a lakeside retreat on the Nevada side of Tahoe, replete with its own private pier and a sandy beach.


What’s Here: An artful melange of pre-war irreplaceables, like pocket doors Venetian plaster walls, and luxe modern upgrades. The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence sits the 11th floor of a full-service Lenox Hill co-op — there’s a wood-burning fireplace, cozy library, and expansive views over Park Avenue to Central Park and the Midtown skyline.

What We Love: The corner main suite, with east and northward-facing views and five custom built-in closets for a full wardrobe of uptown style.

Asking: $6,975,000. 

Cathy Franklin
m. 917.863.8209

Alexis Bodenheimer
m. 917.446.6506

Marion Smith
o. 212.323.3238
m. 917.952.2367

What’s Here: 4,389 square feet of sophisticated interior with 6 bedrooms and 5 baths, along with 795 square feet of outdoor space. It’s the only full-floor unit in 124 West 16, a lofty new condominium clad in upstate-quarried bluestone that channels the look and feel of the neighborhood’s classic industrial buildings and uniquely cantilevers over a historic church.

What We Love: The lengthy 49 x 9′ main terrace accessed by the entire north side of the unit, framing postcard-perfect views of the Empire State Building with a border of water towers and open sky

Asking: $11,995,000.

Nicole Hechter
m. 917.514.5874
o. 212.444.7800

Masayo Hashimoto
o. 212.444.7800


What’s Here: Four levels of classic Brooklyn brownstone (five, including the finished cellar), with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. It’s half a block from the shops and restaurants 5th Ave. and three from Prospect Park — but with an expansive turfed backyard, kitchen-adjacent deck and a top-floor terrace off the primary suite, there’s ample space to be outside without ever leaving home.

What We Love: Practical, comfort-forward considerations like an oversized laundry room with dual washers/dryers and a finished lower level with a media room.

Asking: $3,500,000.

Deborah L. Rieders
m. 917.494.2503
o. 718.923.8001

Sarah Shuken
m. 917.685.3231
o. 718.923.8068

The Hamptons/North Fork

What’s Here: A traditional 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom home with a not-so-traditional crown: a dreamy ocean-view roof deck, reached via spiral staircase. It’s a shell’s throw from the beach in Amagansett’s coveted Beach Hampton Dunes section.

What We Love: Upstairs desk space with sliding doors out to a sunny terrace, a perfect midday escape from the work-from-home grind.

Asking: $4,200,000.

Erin Keneally
m. 631.807.5651
o. 631.899.0363

What’s Here: 2,200 welcoming square feet of modern farmhouse charm, conveniently close to the North Fork’s finest vineyards and attractions. The 4-bedroom, 2-bath residence, flanked by a front porch, sits immersed in nearly two acres of garden wonderland with a heated salt-water pool.

What We Love: The antique barn and additional vintage outbuilding, ripe for adapting as office/studio space or pursuing that dream you’ve been putting off for too long.

Asking: $1,195,000. 

Sheri Winter Parker
m. 631.848.7730

o. 631.899.0613

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: 13 acres of peace and privacy, halfway between Rhinebeck and Millbrook. The post-and-beam residence boasts 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, soaring great room with cathedral ceilings, and a spacious primary suite with its own deck — there’s also a detached 2-car garage with upstairs space that can be easily transformed into a tranquil remote office.

What We Love: Wandering the lush grounds, which boast an arbor dining patio and 20′ x 40′ pool.

Asking: $1,200,000. 

Paula Redmond
m. 914.456.9154
o. 845.677.0505

Laurel Kerr
m. 845.901.4329
o. 845.876.6676


What’s Here: A veritable 2+ acre compound moments outside one of Westchester’s most storied river towns, located at the end of a cul-de-sac with access to the adjacent Croton Aqueduct Trail. The Mediterranean Revival main residence (c.1912) is complemented by a congruent guest house, together totaling 11,000+ square feet with 7 bedrooms and 7.5 baths.

What We Love: The indoor pool and spa, housed in a skylit wood-paneled pavilion.

Asking: $4,495,000.

Cindy A. Kief
m. 914.772.7880
o. 914.591.5600

South Florida

What’s Here: Bermudan-inspired getaway at the near-north end of Palm Beach. The 5-bedroom, 6.6-bath residence couples the Bahamian sensibilities of designer Amanda Lindroth with a lushly-landscaped backyard, replete with a loggia and pool.

What We Love: Rows of French doors that conspire for a seamless bridge from inside and out.

Asking: $8,500,000. 

Dana Koch
m. 561.379.7718

Paulette Koch
m. 561.346.8639

What’s Here: A sleek, two-bedroom condo in the Mizner Falls community, reimagined down to the tiniest details. There’s a bright, open kitchen and a spacious great room with a gas fireplace.

What We Love: The 7′ long quartz waterfall countertop island with barstool seating.

Asking: $499,900.

Patrick McCaffrey
m. 417.725.5555

Melissa Afonso
m. 954.465.4291

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: 6,500+ square feet with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a three-car garage. The shingled residence brings Adirondack flair to the shores of Powell Lake, a calm lagoon connected by Philips Inlet to the Gulf’s open waters.

What We Love: The spacious water-view back porch that’s waiting for you to toast your first sunset from a rocking chair.

Asking: $1,695,000.

Hilary Farnum-Fasth
m. 850.685.0171
o. 850.534.0288

Central Florida

What’s Here: A three-bedroom 1920 Arts & Crafts bungalow that stands out on its block in all the right ways. There’s 2,024 square feet total, with a well-sized lot and the area’s scenic “Chain of Lakes” minutes out the front door.

What We Love: All those vintage details — the Newell post lamp on the staircase is a faithful replica, but the millwork, crown molding and built-in shelves are all original.

Asking: $299,000. 

Autumn Makin
m. 352.455.0044
o. 407.749.6200


What’s Here: A stunning two-unit greystone in the vibrant community of Logan Square, with a large two-car garage and spacious backyard. The partly-finished lower level can be finished out as a “duplex-down,” from the first floor, or as a additional residence.

What We Love: That iconic, unmarred period facade, retaining all the details its architect intended.

Asking: $750,000. 

Kara Finnegan
m. 773.307.6548
o. 312.528.9200

Northern California

What’s Here: A 4-bedroom, 4.5 bath NoPa condo in a double-bay Queen Anne row house, fresh from a to-the-studs remodel welcoming the cutting edge of today’s sensibilities to its 2,404 square feet of bright interior.

What We Love: The exceptionally large primary suite, reached via the home’s sleek backlit staircase, which overlooks a shared back garden.

Asking: $2,095,000. 

Janis Medina
m. 415.271.0129
o. 415.552.9500

David Ames
m. 415.271.2071
o. 415.674.6500

Lake Tahoe/Reno

What’s Here: The ultimate Lake Tahoe compound, dubbed “Secret Harbor”—set on 2+ acres sequestered by unspoiled native forest. The magnificent five-bedroom main house is augmented by three additional structures, offering stylish and character-filled guest quarters.

What We Love: The private pier and dock house, with steps to the house above and a sandy beach below.

Asking: $25,000,000. 

Karen Bruno
m. 775.233.4109

The Moore Team
o. 530.581.5300


What’s Here: 4,300+ square feet of seamless indoor-outdoor living, with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Wood, stone and retractible glass walls accent this modernist masterpiece, which soars above Oahu with dramatic views of the sparkling Pacific and Mokulua Islands.

What We Love: The two-story indoor water feature, and sliding doors to roll right out of bed into the 66′ infinity-edge lap pool.

Asking: $6,950,000. 

Joel Cavasso
m. 808.216.9988.
o. 808.589.2040