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Stephen Curry’s Walnut Creek mansion drops price to $3.6 million

Curry and company bought the place in 2015 but departed for Alamo last year

Courtesy Ana O’Byrne, Andy Read, Caldecott

Golden State Warriors MVP Stephen Curry runs up almost as many numbers buying and selling his many East Bay homes as he does on the court, most recently listing his five bed, four bath Walnut Creek home circa 2006 for $3.7 million back in October, a price that has now declined by a relative hair to $3.6 million.

Curry bought the place in 2015 for $3.2 million himself but apparently lived there for less than a year, buying a much bigger Alamo home the following summer and then putting the Walnut Creek house at 620 Sugarloaf Court up again 11 months after signing the deed.

Presumably all of this moving around is just the 29-year-old Curry realizing that he’s one of the most famous athletes in the world and that he makes more than $11 million a year, so if a home catches his fancy why not buy it?

But the competing theory that as long as he bears the Golden State moniker on his jersey Curry feels the need to live in as many California communities as possible to make sure he’s doing all of them credit remains attractive too.

The present listing notes that Curry and company (not name dropped in the ad text) invested an extra $400K fixing it up and also notes that the Food Network show Ayesha’s Homemade (starring Curry’s wife Ayesha, of course) shot in the kitchen.

The San Francisco Business Times says that 620 Sugarloaf’s recent price drop at first appeared a bit more precipitous, as an error initially listed the new price as $3.4 million instead.