A nearly 50-acre property on the Long Island Sound in Cutchogue, on the market for $13.94 million, includes a restored 19th century farmhouse with five bedrooms, a guest cottage, an original storage barn, an in-ground pool and a pool house.

Roughly 36 acres are part of an agricultural reserve currently comprised of working vineyards and a sod farm, says Michael Cantwell, chief marketing officer of Bespoke Real Estate, the Water Mill-based firm recently launched by brothers Zachary and Cody Vichinsky.

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Cantwell says the agricultural property would be ideal for an equestrian facility.

There are also 10 acres on the Long Island Sound with three lots where homes can be constructed.

"There's the capability to build amazing waterfront properties," Cantwell says.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story had the wrong community listed.