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Shutterstock Founder Lists Bridgehampton Oceanfront Home

By HRES Staff - May 11, 2021

Jonathan Oringer, the billionaire founder and executive chairman of global photography provider Shutterstock, has listed his modern Hamptons home for $52 million.

Mr. Oringer bought the Bridgehampton, N.Y., property in 2014 for $40 million, according to public records. The 10,296-square-foot home was designed by the architectural firm of Barnes Coy Architects. Built by master builder Ben Krupinski, the interior features walnut and limestone floors throughout, high ceilings and stunning floor to ceiling glass windows and doors, creating a flood of natural light and ocean views. 

The move to list comes roughly six months after Mr. Oringer and his wife Talia Oringer paid $42 million for a home on Miami Beach’s tony North Bay Road. Mr. Oringer recently relocated to Florida and has said he is investing in tech startups in the Miami area.

The home sits on approximately 2 oceanfront acres with just over 160 feet of water frontage. An expansive outdoor living area with 1,800 square feet of patios and terraces lead to a private lighted walkway down to the ocean.

Inside, an elevator offers access to all three floors of the home, with an open living, dining and kitchen area, a media room with a bar, a gym and a game room with a spa that leads to the pool deck. 

Upper floor bedrooms look out over the property’s surrounding dunes and waterfront. The master suite occupies an entire floor and connects to an office, a bathroom with a soaking tub and a private terrace. There are six additional bedroom suites as well as a two-bedroom staff apartment. There are 12 bathrooms total, all finished with custom stonework.

In addition to plentiful patio space, there is a heated infinity edge pool with a sun shelf, an outdoor kitchen and living room with its own grilling station, and a fireplace and a television.

The listing is represented by Erica Grossman and Michaela Keszler of Douglas Elliman.

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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