As Stephen Curry attempts to pilot the Golden State Warriors to unprecedented heights, the all-star point guard has made a play away from the court, buying a home in Walnut Creek, Calif., for $3.2 million.
Set on about an acre, the two-story Mediterranean estate was built in 2012 and has a gated motor court and a formal courtyard entry.
Curry, 27, earned NBA most valuable player honors last year while leading Golden State to its first title in 40 years. The former first-round pick out of Davidson College has shown no signs of slowing down this season, averaging a league-best 32.7 points through 15 games.
Nearly 8,000 square feet of open-plan space in the home includes a two-story foyer that opens to a step-down living room and an adjacent dining room area. A center-island kitchen and family room area sit off the foyer.
For entertainment, a lower-level space is outfitted with media and billiards rooms, a 2,300-bottle wine cellar and a full bar.
Occupying a separate wing of the home, the master suite boasts an office, a fireplace and a private balcony. Marble and Travertine finishes, a frameless glass shower and jetted spa tub highlight the master bathroom.
There are five bedrooms, five bathrooms and four fireplaces in all.
French doors open to a wide covered patio with an outdoor kitchen. Formal landscaping, gardens and a separate 800-square-foot casita complete the grounds.
The house came on the market in April for $3.988 million and was more recently priced at $3.65 million, records show. It previously sold for $2.5 million last year.