Steph Curry Drops $3.2 Million On Beautiful Northern California House

By on November 26, 2015 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Stephen Curry has become the golden boy of the NBA the last couple of years, and with the way he is playing this season, that does not appear to be changing anytime soon. After leading the Golden State Warriors to their first NBA Championship since 1975 and being named league MVP last season, he has set himself up for an insane payday when it comes time to renegotiate his contract.

Under his current contract, he is set to make $11.37 million this season and $12.1 million next season (the final year of his deal). With the salary cap expected to balloon thanks to the new television contracts, he will be making a heck of a lot more in the near future.

So does he wait till he signs his new mega deal to buy some monstrous house in the richest neighborhood in the Bay Area? No, he goes ahead and spends $3.2 million on a gorgeous home in the affluent Walnut Creek neighborhood.

The almost 8,000 square foot, two-story Mediterranean estate sits on about an acre with gated entry and a spacious courtyard entry. The front door opens up to a two-story foyer and steps down into the living room and dining room. Thanks to the open floor plan it looks like one huge room.

Whoever does the cooking in the family is going to love cooking in this kitchen.

When the boys come over there will be plenty of space for them to guys to shoot pool, watch the game, or enjoy a bottle of wine.

With five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and four fireplaces he may have trouble getting guests to leave. Especially if he lets them into the master bath.

If the bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, wine cellar, bar, billiards room, and incredibly spacious living/family room where not enough to make you jealous, check out the view he will be enjoying when he steps through the french doors leading out to his covered patio complete with an outdoor kitchen.

It's to die for.

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