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 Heights condo that redefines New York luxury, a richly-detailed lakeside villa near Orlando, a Downtown Chicago loft conversion with an enviable amount of exposed brick, and a Reno retreat with a feature that’s quite literally off the rails.
What’s Here: 7,000 sumptuous square feet across 6 levels, including a sublime full-floor primary suite and a roof deck with an outdoor kitchen. The triple-mint townhouse, transformed by Steven Harris Architects, boasts Savant smart home automation and a litany of elegant accents like rosewood banisters, reclaimed Russian oak floor planks, and three wood-burning fireplaces.
What We Love: The sublime European-style spa with a sauna and steam room, perfect for decompressing after a day at the spacious home office just down the hall — it opens directly to the double-tiered landscaped garden.
What’s Here: A dramatic 3,400-square-foot corner unit in Tribeca’s landmark Sugar Warehouse condominium, a block away from Hudson River Park. The bright, lofty residence boasts 3 bedrooms—the one upstairs is en suite and adjoins a den and library—and 3.5 baths.
What We Love: All the exposed brick climbing towards those 16-foot ceilings, with double-stacked windows to splash it all with sunlight.
What’s Here: 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, dreamy views of Lower Manhattan and a thoroughly modern brand of luxury. Nearly 3,200 square feet, the graceful duplex lies on the 28th floor of towering One Clinton, a 36-story statement building on the north side of Cadman Plaza with unrivaled resident amenities — spaces in a self-park garage, plus private storage, are available separately.
What We Love: The oversized windows that gorgeously showcase views across New York Harbor and the downtown skyline.
The Hamptons/North Fork
What’s Here: 12,000+ square feet of Hamptons sandcastle, nestled on 2.5 gated acres carved off from Henry Ford II’s “Fordune” estate. The sprawling villa, which boasts 10 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, features a full-house generator, CCTV security system, and deeded beach access. Color-splashed interiors and a surrounding spectrum of specimen plantings add character inside and out.
What We Love: The finished lower recreation level, sporting a standout game room, home theater, and gym.
What’s Here: 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, and just about everything a classic Hamptons home should have. A double-height entrance gallery extends a dramatic welcome to the shingled residence, sited on a spacious but manageable 1.3 acres with formal front gardens, a sunken tennis court, and a spa that waterfalls right in to the large salt water pool.
What We Love: The massive, fully-equipped outdoor kitchen that’s conveniently adjacent to the covered dining porch.
What’s Here: A highly Instagrammable remix of mid-century modern and farmhouse-chic, all with a distinct cosmopolitan flair. Set on 2.8 acres between two of the Hudson Valley’s most vibrant villages, the 3-bedroom, 2-bath home is designed for exciting indoor-outdoor living that’s turnkey for any combination of work and play — who wouldn’t want to WFH from that back deck?
What We Love: Cable railings, climbing ivy, barn door shutters, and all sorts of other thoughtful details that make this charming house a swoon-worthy 21st century country home.
What’s Here: Today’s quintessential Westchester neighborhood home, coupling 3,400+ square feet of flexible, open-plan living space with cutting edge technologies and a quiet cul-de-sac location. The 5-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom residence includes a loaded gourmet kitchen and a finished lower level with a bonus suite.
What We Love: The double-sided fireplace, shared by the open dining room and the living room.
What’s Here: A modern masterpiece right on the water, entirely rebuilt in 2019, with 4,700 amenity-loaded square feet and 80′ of direct oceanfront. The main residence has 5 bedrooms—the ones upstairs all have private balconies—and 5.5 baths. There’s a modern statement kitchen, and a detached guest house connected via courtyard.
What We Love: The resort-like backyard, with a private beach walkover and an expansive poolside lounging area.
What’s Here: One of three, three-floor oceanfront townhouses at Pelican Beach, with 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a renovated kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances., and glass-walled terraces affording unobstructed ocean views. Residents of the enclave enjoy private beach access and a shared pool.
What We Love: A pneumatic elevator that arrives Marriott Marquis-style into the living room through a glass tube.
What’s Here: Four stories of relaxed beachfront living on Florida’s Emerald Coast, with 4 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and ample free-flowing living space. You’ll enjoy views from nearly every room, and the spacious backyard includes a heated pool, beach access, and plenty of room to sit and relax.
What We Love: The terraces on each floor, perfect to catch those watercolor sunsets over the Gulf.
What’s Here: La Casa Tre Fontane, 5,000 square feet of breathtaking Tuscan flair under the Florida sun. You’ll enter the gated home past bougainvillea and a koi pond, passing through carved double doors that immediately reveal an 1840s stained glass window, hand-painted painted in France and leaded in Germany. The six-bedroom main residence shares its 8.23-acre lakefront setting with lush gardens, a guest house, and a three-stall horse barn.
What We Love: The duo of vine-covered pergolas in the backyard — one with a swinging bed, the other with an outdoor kitchen — that bookend the mosaic-tiled pool, which cascades over a vanishing edge down a Turkish stone waterfall to the hot tub below.
What’s Here: A Civil War-era loft in Chicago’s trendy Fulton Market District, converted to a modern 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath condo with soaring ceilings and a backyard. The sun-drenched great room has gallery-style lighting and fireplace, and flows freely into an open chef’s kitchen.
What We Love: All the brick, wood ceilings and ductwork a factory loft-lover could ask for.
Asking: $475,000 (including a heated, deeded parking space).
What’s Here: A balance of vintage style and modern functionality, with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The interior of this Marin County charmer bursts with warm style that spills effortlessly into the landscaped backyard, where you’ll find no shortage of decorated space for outdoor lounging year-round.
What We Love: An intimate “eat-in” outdoor kitchen, with an adjacent fire pit patio and fun garden seating nooks nearby.
What’s Here: Sierra style at its finest, set within the tranquility of Reno’s gated Scotch Pines community. With 3 assigned bedrooms and 3.5 baths, most of the home’s 4,000+ square feet is dedicated to its generous living spaces — it’s an entertainer’s dream even before considering the conversation-sparking custom design elements found throughout.
What We Love: A one-of-a-kind bathroom vanity crafted from an actual time-weathered mine cart.
What’s Here: Nearly 4,000 square feet of masterfully crafted interior space, richly detailed with accents like mahogany millwork and basket-weave wall panels. The well-appointed Kauai residence has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, with a gorgeous screened-in lanai upstairs.
What We Love: The unique wine bar, complete with a fireplace seating area and sliding doors out to the backyard.