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This Cutchogue farmhouse offers views of vineyards and farmland as far as the eye can see. (Photo Credit: OneKey MLS)

Wondering what your budget can get you on the red-hot North Fork real estate market? We’re here to help, home buyers. In our new biweekly column, we’re spotlighting homes for sale in hamlets across the North Fork at various price points.

This edition, we’re zeroing in on homes with a stellar view, starting at $685,000 and going way up from there. Be surrounded by vineyards and farmland in Cutchogue, wake up to a sunrise in Orient Village or look out on dunes and nature preserve from a soundfront home in Southold – if you’ve got the dream, the North Fork has the views.

Here’s what’s on offer with a unique view and how much it might cost you.

Views of vineyard and farmland in Cutchogue

The listing calls it a “quintessential North Fork farmhouse,” and we can’t really argue. You’re on 2 acres surrounded by vineyards and fields of green. The house itself has 3 bedrooms, a wood-paneled sunroom and detached 2.5 car garage. There’s plenty of room to put in a pool, tennis court — or if you’re feeling more ambitious, your own small farm or vineyard. It’s listed by Daniel Gale Sothebys for $685,000.

Views of Goose Creek in Southold

If you crave watching the seasons change by a peaceful creek, there are few prettier spots than Southold’s Goose Creek. This four-bedroom, 2.5 bath home’s centerpiece is a great room with a fireplace overlooking the creek and your private dock. Get it from Rich Realty Group for $1.35 million.

Views of beach grass and the Peconic Bay in Mattituck

A huge wall of windows lets in the sunshine and bay views from this two-bedroom, two-bath beach A-frame in Mattituck. The inside has been freshly updated, but the private setting ensconced by beach-y grass and plantings might be the real draw. This home is listed by NOFO Real Estate for $1.395 million.

Views of the sunset and Shelter Island in Orient

A rare bayfront home in uber-charming Orient Village, this one offers panoramic views of Shelter Island from almost every room and a waterfront patio outside. Built in 1997, the home offers four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 130 feet at waters edge. It’s listed by Corcoran for $2.589 million.

Views of a beachfront nature preserve in Southold

Soak in stunning views of woods, sandy dunes and the Long Island Sound from this three-bedroom, one-bath home in Southold. Two lots are being sold together totaling nearly 10 acres of land next to beautiful Sound View Dunes Park. The property is being sold by Thomas J. McCarthy Real Estate and the asking price is $3.5 million.