Warriors' Stephen Curry, Wife Ayesha Buy $31 Million Mansion in Bay Area

Tim Daniels@TimDanielsBRFeatured ColumnistSeptember 13, 2019

FILE - In this Feb. 6, 2016 file photo, NBA basketball player Stephen Curry, left, and his wife Ayesha Curry arrive at the Super Bowl 50 Rolling Stone Party in San Francisco. Ayesha Curry launched her first cookbook,
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Golden State Warriors superstar guard Stephen Curry and wife Ayesha Curry, an actress and celebrity chef, paid $31 million in June for a mansion in a wealthy Bay Area suburb in San Mateo County. 

On Thursday, James McClain of Variety reported the Currys made the purchase, which wasn't previously disclosed publicly since the house wasn't listed on the open market.

Details about the home are limited because internal pictures weren't taken as part of the private sale, but it's a three-story house with a guesthouse, detached garage and massive swimming pool.

Although the Currys weren't publicly listed as the property's buyers, members of the neighborhood were aware the high-profile family were its new owners, per McClain.

Steph is in the midst of a five-year, $201.2 million contract with the Warriors and made $37.5 million during the 2018-19 NBA season, per Spotrac. Ayesha's estimated net worth is $10 million.

McClain noted the Currys sold two houses in January and still own a $6 million mansion in Contra Costa County, California.

The couple has three children.

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