by Inhabit Editors
Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, California, Hawaii, and beyond.
Enjoy our weekly survey of some of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: Timeless modern design in East Hampton, a stylish beachfront retreat in Hawaii, an impeccable penthouse loft in SoHo, an Adirondack-style lodge on the slopes of the Catskills’ Windham Mountain, and the pinnacle of Miami Beach luxury in the Venetian Islands.
New York City
What’s Here: Warm, modern luxury atop a classic brick and cast iron loft building—on a Belgian block street, no less. Every detail in this SoHo penthouse has been perfected, with millions and multiple years invested. From integrated lighting in the kitchen shelving to the primary bath’s gray marble floors and walls, all the way up to the great room’s exposed beam ceiling, the entirety of this three-bedroom is 3,400 square feet of extraordinary.
What We Love: Exposures to the north, east, and west by way of 14 windows—plus five skylights—ensure every inch of this loft is bathed in natural sunlight.
Listing: Steve Gold.
What’s Here: A solo masterpiece by architect Harry Bates, co-founder of today’s Bates Masi. Three steps down lies a sunken living room, awash in natural light via its floor-to-ceiling glass walls. An expansive primary suite commands the home’s second level—two other bedrooms are on the first—featuring a fireplace, attached office space, and a balcony overlooking the luxurious front yard. Outside, you’ll find beds of the garden variety, along with a large pool and a spacious stone patio.
What We Love: With ample room in the backyard for a detached garage, a pool house, or whatever practical structure you may need, the power is in your hands to write the next act of this home’s story.
Listing: Michael Schultz.
What’s Here: A fully-loaded minimalist dream home, swimming in the glow of Miami Beach through more windows than it feels necessary to count individually. Beyond the obvious wow-factor, its form also carries deep-seated architectural prestige: It’s all the brainchild of award-winning architect Peter Bohlin, whose firm, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, is credited with defining the Apple Store retail experience, including the famed Fifth Avenue cube.
What We Love: The windowed, elevated lap pool, which extends towards the water with views of it. Also: The private dock.
Listing: Julian Johnston.
What’s Here: A five-bedroom mountain chalet in Truckee’s Old Greenwood resort community, a veritable all-season getaway. Tahoe Mountain Club, the development’s golf and pool club, has a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course as a centerpiece, as well as tennis courts, dining, and a private ski lodge at nearby Northstar. The house’s gracious great room, chef’s kitchen, and multiple fireplaces (including one in the primary suite) make it the perfect place to host all your friends and family.
What We Love: Outdoor living is easy here, with a grill, fire pit, waterfall, pond, and a whirlpool.
Listing: Alison Elder.
What’s Here: One of just 20 homes on Oahu’s stunning Windward Coast. Swank and secluded, this 7,000-square-foot residence boasts debonair mid-century lines inside and out. The property has no neighbors on one side, as well as a private entrance to nearly 200 feet of sand. A separate guest house and pool round out this truly special beachfront retreat.
What We Love: Fans of Magnum, P.I. might recognize the surrounding scenery—the nearby Anderson Estate stood in for Robin’s Nest on the show.
Listing: Kelli K. Miller.
What’s Here: This seven-bedroom, four-bath Adirondack-style lodge is perched mountainside in one of the most desirable locations in the Catskills. With the house’s location right next to slopes, you can slalom over to Windham Mountain for a day of skiing in the winter or enjoy the mountain bike trails in the summer.
What We Love: All the extra little luxuries, including a pizza oven, audio/visual upgrades, and a whirlpool on the deck, make this a welcoming retreat year round.
What’s Here: This charming three-bedroom in Guerneville, on the Russian River, has the most delightful garden, with raised beds, a chicken coop, a mature apple tree, a fire pit, and plenty of seating areas. Inside, the open-plan living room has a bead board ceiling with exposed beams and a fireplace and a well-laid out kitchen with a breakfast bar.
What We Love: Sonoma’s climate is a gardener’s dream. The backyard’s hoop house, string lights, and many different sizes of raised beds are literally (garden-) shovel ready for your choice of flowers and vegetables.
Listing: Julie Kitchens.
What’s Here: A sleek, modern five-bedroom in North Scottsdale, showcasing an incredible to-the-studs remodel that has defined an ideal canvas for modern indoor-outdoor living. This property is in the coveted zip code of 85254, which means it has a Scottsdale mailing address, but the buyer will enjoy the lower taxes and utilities of technically being in the Phoenix city limits.
What We Love: The outdoor living area includes a full kitchen, including a pizza oven, as well as a fire pit and a pool with a waterfall. Inside, there’s herringbone wood floors, plus a home movie theater.
What’s Here: A 7,561-square foot modern marvel, built in 2020, is located in SouthPark’s Montibello neighborhood. The home has seven bedrooms and 7.5 baths and an indoor and outdoor kitchen, ideal for anyone who loves to entertain. In addition to the chef’s kitchen and the outdoor range and grill, there’s also a beverage station with a wine refrigerator in the enclosed glass wine room.
What We Love: Pamper yourself in the primary suite’s enormous bathroom with multiple shower heads for a spa-like experience.
Listing: Sandra Singer.