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Shutterstock founder lists $52 million Hamptons home

This contemporary Hamptons home is now in the marketplace for $52 million, making it one of many East Finish’s priciest listings.

The billionaire vendor is the founder of inventory photograph company Shutterstock, Jonathan Oringer, who purchased it for $40 million in 2014.

The 10,300-square-foot home, at 125 Mid Ocean Drive in Bridgehampton, New York, comes with eight bedrooms.

It was in-built 2014 by the late Ben Krupinski and designed by Barnes Coy Architects.

The inside consists of an open chef’s kitchen, a big eating/leisure space, a media room, a health club and a studio.

Exterior, there’s an infinity pool, a walkway to the seashore and greater than 160 toes of ocean frontage — all on 2.2 acres.

Douglas Elliman’s Erica Grossman and Michaela Keszler have the itemizing.

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