by Abigail Finn
Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, South Florida, and beyond.
Enjoy our weekly survey of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: A modern take on a classic Brooklyn townhouse, a charming bed and breakfast in the Hudson Valley, an old-world South Florida compound by an architecture/interior design dream team, a beachside condo outside San Diego, and a handsome Phoenix retreat exuding modern southwest elegance inside and out.
What’s Here: A pristine, pre-war three-bedroom in the industrial-chic Inkwell Condominiums, bringing house-like living into focus at the heart of Midtown West. Soaring, 14-foot ceilings greet you the second you enter, complemented by 12-foot casement windows that bask those 2,000+ square feet with a generous dose of natural sunlight.
What We Love: The private terrace, accessible from the main suite and a second bedroom.
What’s Here: An authentic, gorgeously-renovated loft spanning some 1,600 square feet in the heart of Manhattan’s Flatiron District, replete with two bedrooms, two baths, wide-open living spaces with exposed white brick, and sleek hardwood floors. The opulent main suite features a cast-iron clawfoot bathtub on penny tiles.
What We Love: The open-concept kitchen with a wine cooler and stainless steel apron sink, welcoming your personal bar crowd to grab a stool at its marble counter under industrial lights on brand for the home’s early-20th century vernacular.
What’s Here: A two-family, four-story-plus cellar modern townhouse with over 3,300 feet of brand new construction behind its classic façade. Currently configured as an owner’s triplex and two-bedroom garden floor apartment, the sleek residence showcases contemporary sensibilities throughout, along with floor-to-ceiling windows, a landscaped backyard, and a roof deck.
What We Love: The serious infusion of hygge, accentuated with minimal, clean-lined design and white oak herringbone floors.
What’s here: A bright, eclectic Mid-Century Modern, tucked into a wooded lot on Nassau Point. The four-bedroom, three-bath home features a wraparound front deck, a youthful eat-in kitchen, and a separate private studio with a deck, all just minutes from several of the North Fork’s best marinas, beaches, and waterside eateries.
What we love: The cozy great room with wood paneling and a fireplace.
What’s here: A gorgeous, 2013-built Southampton Village classic, offering four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a sophisticated, contemporary living room with a statement fireplace, and a chef’s kitchen with a wall of glass that reveals the backyard. There’s a stone terrace surrounding the heated pool, bookended with by a pergola on one end and a pool/guest house on the other.
What we love: Everything right down to the included Tesla charger.
What’s Here: Veranda House, a charming Rhinebeck Village bed and breakfast dating to 1840. The classic Federal-Colonial sits on a prime .85 acre lot, offering 3,376 square feet with five en-suite bedrooms—there’s also a sixth bedroom and a spacious kitchen, along with an elegant living room with a wood-burning fireplace that carries through pocket doors into an adjacent library.
What We Love: The option of keeping as-is or converting to a private single-family home.
What’s Here: An iconic six-bedroom Southern Colonial called “Little Mount Vernon”—built in 1900 by Briarcliff’s town forefather, carpet mogul Walter Law (once the largest landowner in Westchester County), as a gift to his daughter. The elegant home, perfectly sited on 2.75 serene acres of beautifully-landscaped gardens, is fronted with a six-columned porch and porte-cochère. There’s a three-car garage, with a large room above it ideal for use as a home office or gym.
What We Love: The seamless integration of today’s conveniences, like ethernet wiring and a generator.
What’s Here: A neoclassical tour de force on Jupiter Island, crafted by Driehaus Prize-winning architect Scott Merrill with interiors by Elle Decor A-Lister Tom Scheerer, evocative of the narrative-driven design popularized by the likes of Addison Mizner. The resulting seven-bedroom compound is every bit a modern original, detailed with a mélange of locally-sourced Dade County timber and exotic accents from around the world.
What We Love: The central court, framed with stout columns and hanging Moroccan lanterns, that spans the patio, pool, and spa between the guest house and main residence.
What’s Here: A five-bedroom Contemporary on a coveted corner lot in the Venetian Islands, boasting cutting-edge style throughout. The haute chef’s kitchen comes outfitted with Miele and Wolf appliances, counter seating, and an adjacent open dining area, flanked by a temperature-controlled 200+ bottle wine cellar.
What We Love: The fresh take of warm, unpretentious modernism with the foremost sophistication.
What’s Here: The ideal waterside beach house on the Emerald Coast, coupling timeless elegance and fresh sensibilities throughout. The home offers five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, with 12 foot ceilings throughout the main level. There’s also a spacious home office, and a private backyard with oversized pool and outdoor shower.
What We Love: The screened-in patio that runs the entire width of the home, perfect for year-round relaxation.
What’s Here: A state-of-the art smart house surrounded by the endless charm of historic Winter Park. You’ll find four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, including the opulent main suite with a large glass-ledged balcony. Other highlights include a fully-equipped summer kitchen out back and a perfect porch out front.
What We Love: Landscaping as innovative as the home it surrounds.
What’s Here: A high-floor corner unit in an ultra-modern boutique building, putting the draws of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile just an elevator ride away. The glassy apartment has two bedrooms and one-and-a-half bathrooms, boasting 11-foot ceilings and cherry hardwood floors throughout.
What We Love: All of that storage space.
What’s Here: A classic and spacious Inglewood Terrace home featuring a light-filled living room with bay windows, a formal dining room, an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a long driveway and garage with ample parking—an amenity that can never be underrated in the city by the bay.
What We Love: The two-tiered backyard with built-in benches and flagstone pavers, accessible from both the dining area and the lower level.
What’s Here: A first-floor end unit in the Seascape Sur, offering two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a sun-drenched great room with a custom stone fireplace. Two covered parking spaces are included, and the beach is right out those sliding doors.
What We Love: The private balcony, your front-row seat to all-day ocean views and endless perfect sunsets.
What’s Here: A modern masterpiece above sparkling Crystal Bay, blending 20th century Arts & Crafts sensibilities with modern construction. The nearly 4,000-square-foot residence features four bedrooms and oversized living spaces embellished with vaulted ceilings, soaring beams, and robust custom millwork. The reverse floor plan and expansive second-floor patio maximizes views of the lake.
What We Love: The absolutely massive kitchen with counters topped in thick-slab Brazilian leathered granite.
What’s Here: A quintessentially-Hawaii home on 2.5 hillside acres bisected with a calming stream, following a unique two-level polygonal design to usher in truly panoramic views. You’ll be met with three bedrooms, high ceilings, and a wraparound lanai upstairs.
What We Love: The separate office/workshop space.
What’s Here: A historic stunner, entered by a gated brick walkway, that’s meticulously renovated yet retains every bit of its original character. You’ll find four bedrooms, restored original oak wood flooring throughout, and a cozy second-floor balcony.
What We Love: The secluded treehouse in the backyard.
What’s Here: A custom five-bedroom-plus-den residence in a charming Phoenix neighborhood that redefines suburban living even by the standards of its warm-weather climate. While the design-forward interiors are a marvel in their own right—think open concept living space-meets-farmhouse sink vibes—you’ll likely strive to maximize your time spent in the resort-like private backyard.
What We Love: The swoon-worthy, canvas-topped outdoor kitchen, lounge, and dining room, framed by built-in bench seating.