Bay Area hero and Warriors icon Stephen Curry, who recently nabbed NBA's Most Valuable Player accolade, and his wife, Ayesha, put their Orinda home on the market today. Per SF Business Times, the contemporary Spanish hacienda 2013 property, a 4,700-square-foot abode that includes a Syrah vineyard, hits the market at $3.9 million.
The Curry family's Spanish-influenced home at 140 Camino Sobrante features five bedrooms, four baths, a red tiled roof, an ivy-strewn entry, French doors, a massive tiled patios, two balconies, and more.
In 2014, the kitchen was updated, skylights were added, and the front yard was given a facelift and a sleek pool play area.
Celebrity pedigree aside, the vaulted ceilings alone are worth a second and third look. Wonderful.
But in the end, the Orinda estate's most brag-worthy feature is the essence of one of the greatest basketball players of all time, who made history this week by becoming the first-ever unanimously voted MVP winner. Curry and his family moved to the comparatively smaller East Bay town in 2013 after selling their Oakland penthouse for a cool $1.7 million.
- Steph Curry puts Orinda home on market for $3.9M [SF Biz Times]
- 140 Camino Sobrante [Caldecott Properties]
- Steph Curry Wins a $3.2M Mansion in Walnut Creek [Curbed SF]
- Stephen Curry becomes the NBA's first unanimous MVP winner [SB Nation]