The same year the Golden State Warriors played their first game at the Chase Center in San Francisco, star Stephen Curry sold his East Bay mansion in Alamo to move to the other side of the Bay. Now, that home is for sale for $9.388 million, reports Realtor.com.
The 10,529 square foot French provincial-style home has five bedrooms and nine baths. The Currys purchased the home in 2016 for $5.775 million. A 2017 full remodel reflects the family’s tastes and preferences: a chef’s kitchen for Steph’s wife, Ayesha, a putting green for Steph the avid golfer, and a playhouse for the Curry girls Riley and Ryan that still has their initials inscribed. The home also features a media room, wine cellar, and an infinity pool among many other amenities.
Gregory Woehrle with Woehrle Real Estate is the listing agent.
The Currys sold the home in January 2019 for $6.3 million according to public records. And since then, the family calls the Peninsula town of Atherton home.
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