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Inside Steph Curry’s East Bay homes

Although his team is moving across the bay, his heart remains in the East Bay—for now

Photo courtesy of Contra Costa Association of Realtors

We’ll admit it, we’re a little obsessed with Steph Curry’s homes.

We can’t help it. Whenever Curry cuts a check or lists a home, it makes headlines. He can’t seem to do anything without commanding attention.

These days he and his wife, Ayesha, live in a mansion in Alamo (Contra Costa County) in another big trade-up, with five beds, ten baths, and over 10,000 square feet on the estate.

While the family still lives in the East Bay, the Currys could eventually move to San Francisco, should the mood strike. After all, not only will the Warriors’ new Chase Center be open for swishing come 2019-2020, but Ayesha’ new restaurant, International Smoke, will take over the old RN74 spot in the Millennium Tower. Time will tell. But seeing as how they’ve bought so much property in the East Bay, it seems like the family loves it over there.

Before the Golden State Warriors take on the Cleveland Cavaliers this Thursday, let’s take an inside peel at the homes of Steph and Ayesha.

We can’t help but notice that Curry is inhabiting a new East Bay city practically every year. Back in 2013, for example, Curry was living it up in his loft penthouse in Oakland:

Later, he traded up for an 8,000-square-foot mansion in Walnut Creek:

And then in 2016, the Curry family listed this Orinda home for $3.9 million:

And now he’s taken to Alamo. Clearly, Curry is a man who love the East Bay in all of its flavors, regardless of the fact that his team is making a move to San Francisco.