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See Inside NBA MVP Stephen Curry's San Francisco Bay Home
The Golden State Warriors star's 7,500-square-foot Mediterranean-style mansion has five bedrooms.
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Stephen Curry, who was named the NBA's first unanimous most valuable player 2016, put his San Francisco Bay-area estate on the market for $3.7 million last year, according to Curbed. But when it sold early August, the price was a mere $3 million.

Scroll through for a look inside.

The 7,500-square-foot house sits on about one acre in Walnut Creek, California.


Curry and his wife, Ayesha, bought the property for $3.2 million in November 2016, according to sfgate.com, so they sold it at a loss.

The house has 20-foot ceilings.


Almost every room is connected to an outdoor patio.


The Currys added a Carrera marble island, a La Cornue range, and two sub-zero refrigerators in the kitchen.


It's there that Ayesha filmed shows like Cookin' with the Currys and Ayesha's Home Kitchen for the Food Network.

The master bathroom has a steam shower, a BainUltra therapeutic tub, and closets by California Closets.


Most of the fixtures around the property are by Restoration Hardware.


The guest house is impressive on its own.


With a separate entrance and garage, the "casita" includes a large bedroom with a double-wide closet, a tiled bathroom, a kitchen with GE Profile appliances, and a large living room with private terrace.

The house is surrounded by oak, cypress, olive, and citrus trees.


Curbed rounded up all of Curry's Bay Area properties here.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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