In Steph Curry’s lavish Silicon Valley mansion in America’s most expensive ZIP code
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS star Steph Curry is living the high life in his new home in Silicon Valley.
Having previously lived in a comparatively tiny 7,535-square-foot Atherton mansion on 1.18 acres, Curry has now moved to a much larger property in the country’s most expensive zip code.
Curry sold his former home to billionaire Forrest Li for $31.2 million in late 2021, according to new information from Front Office Sports.
That’s $1.2 million more than he bought for his new 17,761-square-foot residence in December 2020.
Curry never loses.
The four-time NBA champion’s current home, also in Atherton, sits on 4 acres.
It contains seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a cinema, bar, wine cellar, swimming pool and sun terrace.
According to the report, the home’s master bedroom has its own fireplace, wet bar, and of course, a marble soaking tub.
The home has an unsurprisingly spacious vibe, including vaulted ceilings and multiple large windows that let in plenty of natural light, which also helps connect the interior to the lush grounds it’s set in.
Curry’s business acumen when it comes to selling and profiting from real estate comes as no surprise considering he’s already proven to be quite the businessman.
Curry, the NBA’s highest earner on court, is the second-highest earner in the league overall with expected earnings this year of $95.1 million.
Curry is entering the first of his new four-year deals worth $215.3 million and also has various business ventures such as his content company Unanimous Media, his recently published children’s book I Have a Superpower, and his partnership with Under Armour.
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