NBA star Steph Curry’s Atherton mansion tour in Atherton. The Golden State Warriors guard and his wife Ayesha recently moved into the secluded mansion that isn’t visible from the street thanks to a lot of greenery surrounding it. The home was designed by Joe Comartin with Ken Linsteadt Architects and Studio Green. It has three full levels and a deft blend of traditional and contemporary architecture, a popular look in the Atherton neighborhood.
It also offers a gorgeous swimming pool, expansive patio, formal gardens and a three-car garage plus a guest house far back on the property. The residence was never formally listed on the market, but it reportedly cost Curry and his wife $31 million in 2019.
From the Court to Comfort: Exploring the Luxury of Steph Curry’s Residence
Inside, Ayesha’s kitchen has white marble counters, custom cabinets, and a spacious island that doubles as an informal dining area. A Hunt Slonem painting hangs above a curvaceous custom sofa, and the foyer features a set of Kelly Wearstler Emmett Lounge chairs. A billiards room and media room complete the downstairs, while the upper level is dedicated to bedrooms and a secluded master suite.
Outside, a stone fire pit and pristine garden topography compliment the discreetly positioned garden pool and make this an ideal spot for entertaining. The 1.2-acre property is protected behind gates and surrounded by lush greenery. Curry’s neighbors include Warriors owner Joe Lacob and WhatsApp’s billionaire Jan Koum, while real estate developer Dave Dollinger lives just two doors down.