Standout Homes
Under $1 Million


These amenity-loaded listings
pack serious bang for your buck.

Luxury, one could argue, is a relative term. Regardless of price point, we believe a luxury home can be any property with the right balance of amenities that always makes staying home a great plan. After all—if the ultimate luxury is time, why not have a good one?

These listings across Corcoran’s network keep an inspired lifestyle in reach with a litany of wow-factor features:

Can you say “living the dream?” This pre-war, two-bedroom co-op is two levels of coveted Upper East Side elegance. On the first, a renovated kitchen boasts top-of-the-line appliances and ample wood cabinetry, while marble adorns the nearby windowed bathroom. Up a seven-step staircase lies the second floor, dominated by a vast living and dining room with wainscoting befitting the building’s c.1927 construction. Ceilings rise 12+ feet for a soaring space, warmed by a handsomely-detailed wood-burning fireplace.

List: $845,000.

Nestled into Flatbush a leaf-in-the-breeze’s blow from Prospect Park and Prospect Lefferts Gardens, this graceful duplex condo is bright and open. Natural light basks the refined main level, beckoning you to the private deck or down into the equally-private backyard and garden. Though technically a one-bedroom, the lower level offers plentiful space for another—not to mention a closet and half-bath. No need? Outfit the area instead as a home gym, office, theater, or a functional combination of the three. 

List: $750,000.

As if any in-town address wasn’t enough of a selling point, how about one just three blocks from the water and Long Island Rail Road station? This inviting Greenport Village bungalow is a North Fork no-brainer. Here, you’ll have room to kick your feet up from the lovely front porch or really spread out—plant a garden, host some friends on the deck—in the fully-fenced-in backyard. Inside, you’ll find two cozy bedrooms, hardwood floors, and a charming kitchen with formal pantry. The smaller of the two bedrooms can effortlessly convert into a home office. You can even hop the ferry to Shelter Island Heights for lunch, no car needed.

List: $776,000.

Restored with integrity on two acres, this c.1880 farmhouse overlooks a terraced garden, delineated by stone walls that also encircle the property. The charming residence retains its original plaster walls and wide-plank chestnut floors, and you’ll find built-ins throughout. The living room, with its exposed mahogany beams, has a wood-burning stove and an original open-hearth fireplace, along with south-facing windows that flood it in natural light. Across the garden, the newly-restored barn  is fully insulated with a new electrical system and its own wood-burning stoveperfect for a studio or next-level home office.

List: $669,000.

Grow where you live, and live where you grow. This 29-acre farmstead has all you need live off the land, including three barns, a paddock with a small pond, a chicken coop, solar panels, and a bountiful orchard replete with apple, pear, peach, and cherry trees. The two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom house has a wood stove and an open floor plan on the ground floor. Just outside, there’s a stone patio with an outdoor fireplace, an eight-person hot tub, and a 30 x 16-foot heated saline pool (with pool house). It’s all within convenient proximity of the Taconic State Parkway, making for easy access to nearby towns and New York City.

List: $875,000.

Forage figuratively through the lush Florida greenery and uncover this four-bed Craftsman-style home in Lake Worth Beach. Original tray ceilings span over the expansive living and family rooms. The former boasts hardwood floors and a fireplace, while the latter sits on terra cotta flooring and opens onto a pool deck. A lush backyard has a pool to match the deck, ample vegetation, and secluded areas to sit and unwind in solitude. For even more space, the primary bed has its own porch, and the garage comes with an attached studio that can be put to whatever purpose necessary. 

List: $945,000.

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment on the 23rd floor of the New East Side’s Park Shore condominiums was converted from a three-bedroom into its current layout and can be easily reconfigured back into the original floorplan, if desired. This northeast-facing corner unit has floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of Lake Michigan, from the Navy Pier all the way to the shores of Indiana. (On July 4th, it also has a perfect view of the fireworks.) The Park Shore has a rooftop pool and sundeck, a gym, a tennis court, outdoor grills, and a day spa. Plus, it’s just a short jaunt on the pedway to Bockwinkel’s deli and market for a late-night sandwich. 

List: $785,000.

A thoroughly modern corner unit loft in the historic Beaux-Arts Higgins Building. This is a true loft, with no dividers separating the living, sleeping, or kitchen area, though, of course, the renovated bathroom (with a laundry machine) is closed off. As a result, the entire apartment is open to the amazing views, including L.A.’s iconic City Hall, and filled with natural light. The kitchen was custom designed to make the most of the space, with a beverage center extension that has a separate wine fridge. The apartment also has a built-in work station on the opposite side of the sleeping area. There’s also a staffed lobby and a rooftop lounge with skyline views.

List: $749,000.

Located in The Woodlands’ popular and convenient village of East Shore, this three-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom house is spread out over three floors. The property also features a separate apartment with a kitchen and full bath over the three-car garage. All three bedrooms in the main house have en suite bathrooms, and the primary suite also has its own sitting area and a large, spa-like bathroom. A mezzanine on the third floor was transformed into a custom-built Irish pub and the private courtyard has a 54-jetted hot tub—talk about being party ready! East Shore is close to The Woodlands’ town center, as well as the town pool and clubhouse. 

List: $999,000.

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