In other words, we’re never leaving.

Marisa Spyker

It isn’t often that a real estate listing comes along that really speaks to your soul. But when said listing includes phrases such as “5-plus-acre vineyard” and “460-plus-feet of beachfront,” the soul listens.

Set on 47 acres, this Long Island paradise is right smack in the middle of wine country, with a working Chardonnay and Riesling vineyard (sustainably managed by a nearby winery) and 32 additional acres of suitable farmland. Dunes covered in foliage separate the farmstead from a sandy stretch of wild shoreline.

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Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

The residence is equally as impressive. Built in the 1860s, the main farmhouse is updated for modern use but still maintains its 19th century charm with weathered wood floors, multiple fireplaces, and a claw-foot tub.

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Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Steps from the main house is a historic barn-turned-garage, modern poolhouse and expansive pool – perfect spots for hosting large gatherings indoors and out. The compound also includes a detached art/exercise studio and three separate buildable parcels, should you want to share this gem with your friends.

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It’s currently listed at $7,500,000 – a small price to pay for the opportunity to sip wine made from your own grapes from a lounge chair overlooking your own beach, don’t you think?

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Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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