by Inhabit Editors
Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, Hawaii, 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 Brooklyn townhouse bedecked in brick, all the space you could want on Cape Cod, a shingled enclave in the Hamptons, infinity pools in Hawaii and St. Barth, and a South Florida Colonial ready to flourish.
New York City
What’s Here: Four stories, four bedrooms, and all the appeal you could want in a stately multi-family townhouse. Close to restaurants, cultural offerings, and the de facto town square of Herbert Von King Park, you’ll be in the heart of vibrant Bed-Stuy. Everything from the parlor floor on up functions as an owner’s triplex—replete with American Walnut hardwood floors and abundant natural light—while the garden level and finished basement can be a one-bed, one-and-a-half bath duplex apartment, a no-brainer source of potential rental income.
What We Love: A primary suite that occupies the entire second floor—counting five closets, a soaking tub plus a standing shower, and a bedroom fit for a king’s or queen’s king-sized bed—provides premium personal privacy.
What’s Here: A shingled East End enclave, moments away from all the happenings in the village of Southampton. This home feels warm and inviting as white oak floors span its double-height entry foyer, cozy living room with a brick fireplace, and sleek dine-in kitchen. Upstairs is split in half, with the primary suite on one side and two guest suites on the other. The charm factor is taken up a few notches by chic touches throughout, such as built-in bookcases, crown moldings, and beadboard wainscotting.
What We Love: Double the outdoor space. Out front, the porch looks specifically designed for you to take a seat, relax, and let the hours flow by. Meanwhile, the backyard boasts a brick patio and ample space to put in a pool.
What’s Here: Up a Chicago brick driveway lays this c.1935 Colonial-style in the Southland Park neighborhood of West Palm Beach. Exploring the interior unveils an undeniable allure, with resplendent hardwood floors, a fireplace, a modern kitchen, and a space wide open for dining, entertaining, relaxing, or all three. And while a pool among the palms sounds like something out of a resort flyer, here it is a simple reality.
What We Love: Like the trees that partially give the city its name, this four-bed property—three in the main house, one in the guest house—is ideally situated to grow in its environment.
What’s Here: Your own private slice of Americana in the Cape Cod town of Orleans. The keyword here is space: There are 10.1 acres of park-like grounds to play with, including a near-8000-square-foot main house that can provide a solution to all aspects of everyday life. Inside and out, however, it’s the amenities that really seal this place’s special status. A bowling alley, a horse stable, a home theater, a sand volleyball court, and more—much more, actually—make 87 Beach Road a divine world unto itself.
What We Love: You could be forgiven for thinking so with everything the property offers, but this home is by no means stuck in the middle of nowhere. Minutes down the road one way are the sands of Nauset Beach, while the same distance the other direction reveals a bustling small-town downtown.
Listing: Victoria Rong Kennedy.
What’s Here: A spacious Hawaiian retreat of five private acres overlooking Historic Kailua Village and the Pacific Ocean. The main house has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, furnished with imported, custom-designed pieces from Indonesia. There is also a tennis court in addition to the solar-heated saltwater infinity pool and spa.
What We Love: There’s a detached guest suite with its own kitchenette and bathroom that features vaulted ceilings and plenty of natural light that can be used as a hosted vacation rental.
Listing: Jon McCumsey.
What’s Here: A modern five-bedroom, five-bath villa that’s located close to the Grand Cul de Sac beach and Le Barthélemy Hotel and Spa. Decorated in a wood-and-white palette, this très chic villa has plenty of room for large groups, including expansive indoor-outdoor living and dining spaces.
What We Love: The infinity edge pool has plenty of room for laps or lounging, with a gorgeous view of the surrounding hills and sea.
Listing: Guillaume de Corlieu.