Squarespace's CEO bought $42 million of property in the Hamptons — check out one of the houses with beautiful ocean views

Nicole FranzenSquarespace CEO Anthony Casalena’s new Montauk home.
  • SquarespaceCEO Anthony Casalena bought $US42 million worth of property in the Hamptons, according to The Wall Street Journal.
  • The three properties in Montauk, New York combined are over six acres and include two houses and one guest house, the Journal reports.
  • Casalena’s is reportedly the second-largest residential purchase in Montauk, behind the 2015 purchase of Andy Warhol’s former estate for $US50 million.
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Squarespace founder and CEO Anthony Casalena purchased three waterfront properties totaling over 6 acres in the Hamptons worth $US42 million, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Casalena accumulated the properties in Montauk, New York over the past year. There are two houses and one guest house on the combined properties, according to Journal.

The first property, purchased in 2018 for $US22.8 million, includes a 5,000 square-foot, six-bedroom house, according to the report. The second and third properties were reportedly purchased for $US19 million in 2019, with a 5,500 square-foot, four-bedroom house and a two-bedroom guest house.

Casalena’s total property purchases are just $US8 million shy of Montauk’s biggest residential purchase, Andy Warhol’s former estate worth $US50 million, making Casalena’s the second-largest Montauk residential purchase, the Journal reports.

A spokeswoman for Casalena declined to comment. Casalena founded the website builder Squarespace in 2003 while he was a student at the University of Maryland; the company’s last public valuation was $US1.7 billion in 2017.

Take a tour of Casalena’s new six-bedroom house below:


Welcome to one of Squarespace CEO Anthony Casalena’s new homes in Montauk.


Check out the textured front door.


The dining room has ocean views.


Take a walk to the kitchen. The house features vaulted ceilings that open the space up.


It’s a light-filled environment.


And here’s the living room.


Here’s the master bedroom.


The master bathroom has ocean views.


The master bedroom’s closet is a walk-in.


Here’s a guest bedroom.


And another one.


Here’s a stone-tiled guest bathroom.


The outdoor swimming pool looks out at trees.


There’s a surfboard rack.


And finally, here’s the exterior view of the house and terrace.

Interior design and custom furniture design by Robert McKinley for a previous owner, photography by Nicole Franzen.


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