Just as Stephen Curry prepares to add another MVP trophy to his collection, he’s getting ready to sell one of his California homes. Curry, the NBA’s reigning MVP, for the past two seasons, and arguably the best basketball player in the world, has listed one of his multimillion-dollar properties.
The Orinda, California, crib is just about 20 miles away from San Francisco, where Steph’s championship-winning Golden State Warriors call home, and it comes with a $3.895 million price tag. With 4,700 square feet of space, the mansion has five bedrooms, a master bedroom suite with two private balconies, a vineyard, and a putting green, and is situated on less than an acre of Californian land. The gated Spanish-style estate also features a security system to secure both his family’s privacy and safety.
“What we liked most was its warm charm,” said Ayesha Curry, Steph’s wife, in statement. “It felt like home in every sense of the word and was extremely inviting.”
The property the Currys resided in since 2013 did receive an upgrade under their watch. There was work done to the kitchen, while a swimming pool, an outdoor dining area, putting green, and, of course, a regulation-size basketball hoop were added outdoors.
Toward the end of last year, the Currys added a $3.2 million property to their property collection. Located in Walnut Creek, the home features about 2,000 square feet more space than the home they are currently looking to sell.
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