Shutterstock co-founder’s Bridgehampton mansion lists for $52M

Jonathan Oringer paid $40 million for the beachfront home in 2014

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May.May 13, 2021 02:45 PM
Jonathan Oringer and his Bridgehampton home. (Getty, Erica Grossman / Douglas Elliman)

Jonathan Oringer and his Bridgehampton home. (Getty, Erica Grossman / Douglas Elliman)

Shutterstock co-founder Jonathan Oringer has listed his modernist home in Bridgehampton for $52 million, according to Behind the Hedges.

The asking price makes it one of the most expensive listings this year on the East End.

Oringer bought the home at 125 Mid-Ocean Drive soon after it was completed in 2014 for $40 million. The 10,300-square-foot home was designed by Barnes Coy Architects.

The home has eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms, including a main suite with an office and its own terrace.

The main level has floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking the beach, and the rear of the home opens to 1,800 square feet of terrace space and an infinity pool.

There is also a path leading to the beach and 160 feet of ocean frontage. Many of the surrounding homes are also modernist in style.

Oringer, a 47-year-old billionaire from Scarsdale, transitioned from CEO to executive chairman of Shutterstock a year ago.

[Behind The Hedges] — Dennis Lynch


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