Sometimes even a dramatic downtown loft with a tatami-floored meditation room, like the one at left, isn’t enough to calm your frazzled urban nerves. So may we recommend a nice glass of Merlot? Palmer Vineyards, an established winery on the North Fork, is up for sale. Its founder, Robert Palmer, died early this year, and the price includes 43 acres of varietal grapes (including Merlot and Cabernet Franc), a winemaking facility, and a circa-1757 farmhouse. If you have an extra $3.9 million, a second 62-acre vineyard in Cutchogue is up for grabs with the same broker, Brown Harris Stevens’s Suzanne Hahn.
195 Hudson Street
The Facts: A two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 3,896-square-foot loft.
Asking Price: $6.93 million.
Maintenance: $5,600 per month.
Agent: Jacques Foussard and Craig T. Filipacchi, Brown Harris Stevens.
Palmer Vineyards, Aquebogue, Long Island
The Facts: 61-acre vineyard, including an eighteenth-century farmhouse and two buildable acres.
Asking Price: $6.9 million.
Agent: Suzanne Hahn, Brown Harris Stevens.