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.

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, 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.

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