Steph Curry just won his fourth NBA Championship with the Golden State Warriors, and now he and his wife, entrepreneur Ayesha, are adding a Florida vacation house to their portfolio. The Currys paid $2.1 million for their new transitional-style pad in a bidding war according to Orlando Weekly. The home was built in 2015.
Originally listed for $400,000 less, the four-bed, three-bath home rests on over a quarter-acre parcel in the tony Winter Park enclave near Orlando and features 4,200 square feet of updated living space. All four bedrooms can be found on the main level, including a main suite which features a fireside sitting area, walk-in closet and luxe bath adorned with a zero-entry shower and soaking tub. An additional ensuite bedroom includes a living area, wet bar, and its own entrance connected to one of the two attached garages.
The gourmet kitchen is the MVP of the home, which is fitting since Ayesha is a cookbook author who previously owned a barbeque restaurant. It’s outfitted with an eat-in island, high-end Thermador appliances and a breakfast nook, which connects to a fireside family room. Sliding glass doors open to provide seamless indoor-outdoor environs, perfect for summertime entertainment. You will also find a private office space complete with windows overlooking the front lawn and a side courtyard.
The point guard and the Sweet July founder already own a $31 million mansion in California’s sought-after Silicon Valley town of Atherton, a suburb of San Francisco, where Curry’s NBA team is based. Curry is the NBA’s all-time leader for 3-point shots made and ranks as the sixth-highest-paid athlete in the world, estimating $86.2 million in earnings according to Sportico