The billionaire founder of Shutterstock has listed his Hamptons home with two oceanfront acres for $52 million- $12 million more than he paid for the home in 2014.
Jonathan Oringer and his wife Talia have listed the spacious 10,296-square-foot Bridgehampton home as they relocate to Miami Beach and the businessman looks to invest in tech startups in the area.
As the couple settle into their new $42 million home in Miami's exclusive North Bay Road waterfront community, their former ocean-front digs in the affluent Hampton neighborhood is up for grabs.
Tech billionare Jonathan Oringer recently listed his spacious 10,296-square-foot Bridgehampton home, just seven years after purchasing it, as he and his wife Talia relocate to Miami Beach
The property features 1,800 square-feet of patios and terrace space that includes a heated infinity edge Gunite pool with a gorgeous view of the ocean
After purchasing the home in 2014, Shutterstock founder Jonathan Oringer has listed his oceanfront Hamptons mansion
A grand total of 10,296 square-feet, the incredibly spacious home features a huge living room space that comes with a fireplace
The home features high ceilings and stunning floor to ceiling glass windows and doors, making it so that here is not a room in the house where the ocean is not in view
The main floor of the massive Bridgehampton home features a huge living room and large den and media room with a custom bar area
The eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom home, designed by architecture firm Barnes Coy Architects is currently listed by Michaela Keszler of Douglas Elliman.
With high ceilings and stunning floor to ceiling glass windows and doors, there is not a room in the house where the ocean is not in view or where natural light does not brighten up the home.
The property features walnut and limestone floors throughout and the main floor has an open gourmet kitchen and a dining area, as well as a huge living room and large den and media room with a custom bar area.
The upstairs is equally as impressive with spacious living spaces with ocean views from each room.
A highlight of the home is it's massive master suite, which takes up an entire floor and connects to an office, a bathroom with a soaking tub and a private terrace, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom home,(pictured) was designed by architecture firm Barnes Coy Architects and is currently listed by Michaela Keszler of Douglas Elliman
The home has nine full bathrooms and three half-baths, a total of 12 bathrooms, all finished with custom stonework, WSJ reported
The 10,296 square-feet Bridgehampton ocean-front home, with private lighted walkway to the Hampton's beautiful beach waters, is up for grabs for just $52 million
A highlight of the Bridgehampton home, currently on the market for a cool $52 million, is the two oceanfront acres that offer an incredible view
The Bridgehampton property features walnut and limestone floors throughout and the main floor has an open gourmet kitchen and a dining area
Located in the exclusive Bridgehampton neighborhood in New York, the floor to ceiling windows offer an incredible view of the ocean
The home also has six additional bedroom suites as well as a two-bedroom staff apartment.
With three half-baths, the home has a total 12 bathrooms, all finished with custom stonework, WSJ reported.
The home is also equipped with geo-thermal heating and A/C, radiant flooring, and a Crestron smart home, Lutron lighting system, the listing says.
Additional rooms in the home include a large gym, office, studio, game room/play room with a private spa area that leads to the pool deck and outdoor space.
As lush as the interior of the Hampton home is, the outdoor living space might just rival it.
It features a an additional 1,800 square-feet of patios and terraces, as wells as an entertainment space with a heated infinity edge Gunite pool with a spa and sun shelf, an outdoor kitchen and living room with a grilling station, fireplace and TV.
The property also features a private lighted walkway to the Hampton's beautiful beach waters.
Jonathan Oringer's (pictured) real time net worth is currently estimated to be $1.4 billion, according to Forbes
The spacious Bridgehampton home also includes six additional bedroom suites as well as a two-bedroom staff apartment
Jonathan Oringer's Bridgehampton Mansion, which offers a stunning view of the ocean, is on the market for $52 million
High ceilings and floor to ceiling windows throughout the home make for great views of the Hampton beaches
Additional rooms in the home include a large gym (pictured), office, studio, game room/play room with a private spa area that leads to the pool deck and outdoor space
A self-made billionaire born and raised in New York, Oringer started his entrepreneurial career as a computer science graduate student at Columbia University when he created one of the first pop-up blockers.
With just $10,000, the 47-year-old founded Shutterstock in 2003 in an attempt to create a more affordable way to stock photos.
When the company went public in 2012 he reportedly became New York’s first tech billionaire.
He served as the company's CEO until April 2020, when he became an executive chairman, Forbes reported.
His real time net worth is currently estimated to be $1.4 billion, according to Forbes.