Golden State Warriors point-guard Stephen Curry is not only winning in the courts, but also winning in life.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the reigning NBA MVP has purchased a $3.2 million home in Walnut Creek, California.
The LA Times describes the house as follows:
“Set on about an acre, the two-story Mediterranean estate was built in 2012 and has a gated motor court and a formal courtyard entry.
Nearly 8,000 square feet of open-plan space includes a two-story foyer that opens to a step-down living room and an adjacent dining room area. A center-island kitchen and family room area sit off the foyer.”
Sporting News adds that the house has five bathrooms and five bedrooms, along with four fireplaces.
The website further reports that additional amenities of the house include a 2,300-bottle wine cellar, a central courtyard, a full bar, and full entertainment space with a billiards room.
However, Golf Digest observes that despite the features of the new house, an important area is missing: a backyard golf hole, a backyard range or even a practice green.
Golf Digest places an important notice on this area since the Warriors player is also known for his passion for golf.
Additional description of the house by The LA Times suggest that it is a picture of luxury. According to the report, a master suite–which is located in a separate wing of the house–has its own office, a private balcony and a fireplace.
The website further reports that the house came on the market for $3.988 million back in April and was only priced at $3.65 million recently. LA Times reports that last year, the house sold for $2.5 million.
The website says that Andy Read of Caldecott Properties represented Curry while Vikki Bearman of Empire Realty Associates served as the listing agent.
Meanwhile, NBC Bay Area says that Curry is in the “third year of his four-year, $44 million contract with the Warriors.” The player is said to be averaging 32.7 points per game this year.