NBA virtuoso Steph Curry has put his North Carolina mansion on the market for $1.55 million.
Curry signed a $201-million-dollar deal with the Warriors last year, making such a large, primary home in his native Charlotte a present-tense impracticality. The point guard purchased the 7,500-square-foot manse back in May 2011, for $1.275 million.
The brick and stone European-inflected residence boasts four en-suite bedrooms, plus four full and three half bathrooms. The layout features a grand double-height foyer that transitions beautifully to an expansive combination living and dining room. Brown hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings with exposed wood beams, two stacked stone fireplaces, and a minstrel’s gallery give the large entertaining space a classic, refined feel. The stone chimney extends into the great room, making quite a statement as it rises to meet the ceiling trusses.
In addition to a kitchen with an eat-in center island, the home also features a paneled library, a gym/optional fifth bedroom, a dedicated Man Cave, and a knockout home cinema. The property is aristocratically landscaped, and incorporates terraces, lawns, and
The property exterior features a number of terraces, a lush yard, and mature trees on about .5 acres.