As of late, Stephen Curry knows nothing but wins. He's led his team, the Golden State Warriors, to an undefeated season so far with 16 consecutive wins and zero losses. No NBA team has ever done that before -- and the point guard extraordinaire is one of the main reasons for the streak. He does it with style, as the New York Times noted in a recent front-page story, "Even Ballet Dancers Are in Awe of Stephen Curry's Moves." It's little wonder that the guy is widely considered the current (and future?) face of the NBA.
But Curry's triumphs aren't limited to the court. According to the Los Angeles Times, the reigning MVP just netted his supercute family of four a surprisingly reasonable home in Walnut Creek, CA, a city near San Francisco. Considering the white-hot Bay Area real estate market, it's safe to say that Curry got himself a steal on this $3.2 million Mediterranean-style estate.
You can be the judge of that, because we're taking you on a full virtual tour of Curry's "chic and sophisticated" five-bedroom, six-bathroom home that sits atop a coveted private cul-de-sac "flanked by other fine estates." Enjoy! And go, Warriors!
The home is 7894 square feet and set on just shy of 1 acre populated by olive and oak trees. The views from the inside are said to be "explosive" (much like Curry's jump shot!) thanks to double-paned oversize windows.
A shot of the interior entryway shows a deep brown hardwood floor, marble and slate, as well as a sky-high ceiling and modern chandelier.
The living space leads into the dining area and professional-grade open kitchen outfitted with (of course) top-end appliances and amenities.
The two-story home features an exquisite winding staircase sure to delight Curry's two young daughters.
The billiard room and 2,300-bottle wine cellar and tasting room are perfect for celebrating Golden State's stellar record.
The home has two half-baths and four full bathrooms, including one with the Jack and Jill design in classic black and white.