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Steph Curry Lists Second Home in Menlo Park

Shreya Chari | February 4, 2021 | Home & Real Estate Home & Real Estate

Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry is doing a little downsizing, and you could come through with the assist.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the Golden State Warriors' two-time Most Valuable Player listed his property in Menlo Park for $1.349 million. If sold at price, it would net the NBA shooter a profit of about $150,000 in just a couple of years.

That's not to say he's leaving the neighborhood. In 2019, he purchased a three-story mansion in nearby Atherton for $31 million.

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This smaller home is a single story measuring 1,240 square feet, with three bedrooms and one bathroom. The vivid yellow door and white picket fence give the blue-grey exterior a vibrant and inviting look. A dining pergola, turf lawn and garage-turned-office space make up the back of the house. The interior is both cozy and chic. High ceilings and wide plank flooring, along with Curry’s and wife Ayesha’s renovations should help move the home quickly. Billy Nair of Compass Real Estate holds the listing.

Curry has owned more than a few homes across the Bay Area during his 12 year career, all of which he's spent with our Golden State Warriors. Now 31, Curry has led the team in three NBA championships. He is a six-time all-star, two-time MVP, and he holds the record for most three-pointers scored in a season, as well as the second-most three-pointers in the history of the NBA. He's often been called one of the best shooters in the history of the league.

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Even amongst the pandemic, San Francisco and Bay Area’s housing market has fared well, according to SF Gate. Many potential buyers in need of space moved into the Greater Bay Area, creating higher demand. San Francisco and its suburbs’ saw single-family homes sales increase drastically. It’s likely that the idea of continued remote work has driven this move toward the suburbs.

Read more about Curry’s listing via the Los Angeles Times.

Photography by: Ezra Shaw