by Inhabit Editors
Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, California, St. Barth, and beyond.
Enjoy our weekly survey of some of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: A Shelter Island home with unending views, a picture-perfect Craftsman in Marin County, five floors and a backyard in New York City, a modern farmhouse in the Hudson Valley, and a waterfront gem with Southern charm on Alabama’s Gulf Coast.
New York City
What’s Here: This c.1893 brick and limestone townhouse—with a brownstone stoop—spans five floors in Hamilton Heights. Behind a double-door entry, the hardwood floors of the parlor level sprawl for endless configurations. Five bedrooms spread over the two levels above, while the kitchen and dining room take the one below. There’s also a finished basement, ideal for extra storage or guest space.
What We Love: With generous indoor and outdoor space (there’s a private backyard), fireplaces, and endless natural light, it simply offers more.
Listing: Tay Tiwoni.
What’s Here: A shingled retreat between two watersides in Shelter Island. From floor to ceiling, the interior of this home is pristine, providing a functional canvas to work with. The thriving backyard spans 200 feet of West Neck Harbor waterfront, packing in a pool, a private dock, stone patios, and multiple areas to just lay back and take it all in.
What We Love: Recent renovations added dozens of new windows and doors to the property, uncovering views of the harbor and the Peconic Bay from the kitchen, the living room, the barn/three-car garage/guest apartment—from every single room.
What’s Here: For starters, a full kitchen with a pizza oven, room for entertaining, a signature space that overlooks your pool and the water—and that’s only the outside. You’ll be just as wowed by the inside of this six-bedroom Delray Beach palazzo, with its double-height ceilings, intricate detailing, marble floors, archways, and even an elevator.
What We Love: From a private dock on a deepwater canal, direct access to miles of sailing up and down the Intracoastal Waterway.
Listing: Alex Rodriguez.
What’s Here: This four-bedroom Craftsman house was built in 1907 and has been renovated into a veritable showstopper with interiors that have been featured in Elle Decor, Marin Magazine, and HGTV.com. The kitchen and dining area open directly onto a wraparound deck and there’s a separate, well-designed home office.
What We Love: The beautifully landscaped front and backyard flow together and around this corner lot and features an edible garden, including lemon, lime, avocado, persimmon, and pomegranate trees.
Listing: Kimberly Hering.
What’s Here: A sleek, modern farmhouse that’s been completely re-imagined by two designers into the most stylish country house around. Featuring seven acres of Hudson Valley splendor, the property is near Clinton and close to Rhinebeck, Kingston, and Millbrook. Inside, there’s a family room with 17-foot ceilings, a southern-exposure solarium, three bedrooms, and two-and-a-half bathrooms.
What We Love: The practicalities of daily life haven’t been forgotten in the pursuit of aesthetics, as the house includes a Tesla electric vehicle charger in the three-car garage, a new electrical box and breakers, a high-capacity generator, ample storage space, mudroom, and a new whole-house water purification system.
Listing: Jane Kelly.
What’s Here: Sugar Pine Lodge is located on a lovely, sylvan half-acre in Lake Tahoe’s Carnelian Bay. The three-bedroom house backs onto a creek and the house’s two decks have plenty of seating areas to sit and appreciate the views. The upper deck connects to the vaulted great room, complete with a stone fireplace, and the lower deck has a covered hot tub.
What We Love: The subtle hand-painted nature murals throughout the house.
What’s Here: This Southern waterfront charmer of five bedrooms and 10,000-square feet of living space sits on 2.6 acres in Daphne, Alabama, on the eastern shoreline of Mobile Bay, There’s a direct view of the bay from the majestic foyer, with its marble floors, spiral staircase, and 15-foot ceilings. The four bedrooms in the main residence each have an en suite bathroom, a walk-in closet, and access to a separate desk nook, as well as a balcony or porch. There’s also a fifth bedroom above the garage, ideal for guest quarters.
What We Love: The grounds’ century-old oak trees dripping with moss and giant crepe myrtles enhance the property’s gracious grandeur.
Listing: Kathryn R. Bowman.
What’s Here: A stately, 10,000-square feet residence on a Hilltop corner lot that’s just two blocks from Cranmer Park. This house has plenty of space for family and friends to spread out, with its seven bedrooms, three living spaces (all with fireplaces) on the main floor that can be configured as desired, and a rec room and a media room on the lower level. There’s also a gorgeous back yard, with a built-in grill and fire pit facing the verdant lawn.
What We Love: The primary bedroom suite has a walk-in closet with custom shelving, as well as a fireplace and a covered balcony.
Listing: Amanda Watkins.
What’s Here: Relax at the pool-side bar at this peaceful villa in St. Barth’s Grand Cul de Sac. The villa’s two bedrooms and the living space all open to the terrace with chaise lounges and a plunge pool. Each bedroom has its own bathroom and the house’s laundry room is accessible from outside—useful features for weekly guests if the villa is used as a short-term rental.
What We Love: Unwind in the canopy-covered outdoor living room that’s adjacent to the kitchen-bar for cocktail hour en plein air.