This Montauk house, on the market for $8.888 million, has an enormous wine cellar on the lower level with a European feel and a space for fishing tackle that is set up to look like a boat.

“The owners were just on a trip back to Europe, so it was inspired by a wine cellar they had seen there,” says listing agent David Ryan of Town & Country Real Estate.

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The subterranean space has a stone floor and curved brick walls and archways, and can hold 1,500 bottles, with some shelves made from wood barrels. It is equipped with a dishwasher and small refrigerator. In the tackle room, the rods and reels are propped up next to a mural depicting the back of a boat.

The six-bedroom, 7 1⁄2-bathroom home, which overlooks Block Island Sound and Fort Pond Bay, has a separate bar on the main level and a two-story gazebo with water views. The 1.6-acre property has a pool with a hot tub and a private path to the beach.