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North Fork Roundup

Southold Compound Spanning 5 Acres Is Yours For $6.75M

A waterfront compound spanning a comfortable 5 acres in Southold has recently come on the market for $6.75 million under Corcoran Group agent, Sheri Winter Parker. The property features a 5,200-square-foot home with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen, and multiple fireplaces throughout the space. The house was originally built back in 1860 according to Zillow, but it looks like it’s been updated and brought into the 21st century with light hardwood floors, and open floorplan, and contemporary design throughout. Outside, there’s a saltwater pool, spa, and pool house. Buyers will also get two large barns, a fire pit, and outdoor living space, as well as a deepwater dock and bay access. In total, the property has three single and separate buildable lots, making it a great development or family compound opportunity. [Corcoran, Out East]

Real Estate Mogul’s Son Buys Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue 

Stefan Soloviev, the son of real estate mogul Sheldon Solow, is in contract to buy the 53-acre Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue, according to a report by the New York Post. Soloviev already owns 1,000 acres in the area, including 150 acres of planted vines on the North Fork. Soloviev also co-operates Solow Building Company, his father’s New York City-based real estate company. Peconic Bay Winery closed its tasting room back in January of 2013 and in August that year the winery was put on the sales market. Hal Zwick from Town & Country Real Estate represented the listing, which was last on the market for just under $3 million, but a final sales price hasn’t been revealed at this time. [New York Post, Suffolk Times]