In 2019, when the Golden State Warriors moved from Oakland to San Francisco, point guard Stephen Curry was forced to leave his East Bay residence due to the long commute. Now, the colossal mansion that the NBA star and his wife Ayesha built is back on the market.
The Alamo suburb estate was completed in 2018 and sold for $6.4 million in an off-market transaction the following year, current owner Sam Hirbod told The Wall Street Journal. Three years later, Curry’s former residence is now trading at $8.9 million.
The Currys’ six-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom mansion sits on nearly half an acre and features a host of swanky amenities. Consider a vegetable garden for Ayesha, a pool table and home theater for Stephanie, and a custom playhouse for your kids.
The couple hired Stephen Kubitschek to oversee the design of their residence. The 8,163-square-foot interior is ultra-modern due to its 30-foot ceilings, vast expanses of glass, heated Italian hardwood floors, and double fireplaces. As with many contemporary residences, the design emphasizes indoor-outdoor living. The living space is connected to the backyard, which features a saltwater infinity pool, cabana, pizza oven, smoker, and BBQ.
You can also anticipate a host of opulent features fit for basketball royalty. According to Hirbod, Steph spent $500,000 in the media room, which has a projector and high-quality sound system. Since Ayesha is quite the gourmet, the kitchen features two islands, Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, and sleek European-style cabinetry. Also included is a seven car garage for your collection.
There are separate guest and children’s wings on the second floor, making the master suite feel even more private. With a 1,160-square-foot terrace and not one, but three walk-in closets, The Curry’s former suite is as luxurious as you’d expect. If you’ve ever wanted to live like a professional athlete, now is your chance.