The Harewood Estate in Laurel Hollow, which has been on and off the market since 2007, is back on again, this time for $6.995 million. It was originally listed eight years ago for $14.5 million.

The 7.66-acre property includes a 1932 brick Colonial that was renovated and expanded in 2000 by Manhattan architect Oliver Cope. The 8,000-square-foot house features a sunken, ballroom-style living room with floor-to-ceiling Palladian windows, a pine-paneled library and a reception area with a frescoed ceiling.

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It's filled with classic details, including arched entranceways, plaster moldings and three fireplaces. It has seven bedrooms, five bathrooms and three half-bathrooms.

Near the heated gunite pool is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom pool house, with a kitchen and a fireplace, designed around 1960 by the historic architectural firm of George B. Post and Sons.

The house is listed with Paul Mateyunas of Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty.