The historic Rumsey-Harriman House in Sands Point has sold, according to the Long Island Real Estate Report.
The home, designed by McKim, Mead & White, closed for $6.675 million. It had been listed for $9.9 million.
The Rumsey family has owned the French Norman-style house on Long Island Sound since 1929, when it was built. It has 15 bedrooms, eight baths and one half bath. Its 5.3 acres include a cottage that had been the main house, a carriage house with a garage as well as a potter's shed, gazebo and tennis court.
The buyers were James Mai and his wife, Chiara, according to public records. Mai, of the private investment firm of Cornwall Capital, was featured in the book "The Big Short" by Michael Lewis.
The listing agents were Charles Brisbane and Aleta Brisbane Heisig of Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty.
Photo: The French Norman-style house on Long Island Sound has been in the Rumsey family since it was built in 1929.