Discover GOAT Steph and Ayesha Curry’s East Bay home listed for $8.9m

– The Wall Street Journal reported this week that the guard for the Golden State Warriors, Steph Curry, and his wife Ayesha’s custom-built mansion was offered for $8.9 million.

The house was constructed by the Currys in 2018, and it was sold for $6.4 million in an off-market transaction in 2019.

The 8,163 square foot residence includes a floating staircase, 6 bedrooms, and 812 bathrooms. With 30-foot ceilings, the living space soars, and the kitchen has two islands.

According to reports, the Curry family’s primary property is a $31 million house in Atherton that they purchased in 2019.

Stephen Curry offers Warriors’ support of Brittney Griner

In the midst of Golden State’s championship ring presentation on Tuesday, Stephen Curry spoke passionately in favor of Brittney Griner, the WNBA star who was spending her 32nd birthday in a Russian prison.

“We want to keep using our platform and this chance to recognize a very special basketball community member. On opening night, before the defending champions hosted LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, Curry informed the crowd that Brittney Griner’s birthday was today and that she was 32 years old. “We want to keep spreading the word about her and we pray. It has been 243 days since she was imprisoned in Russia without cause. We hope that she returns soon and that everyone is contributing to getting her home.

The Warriors, who have a history of addressing social issues outside of basketball, rejoiced in winning their fourth championship in eight years.

Later this month, Griner will have a hearing in Russia on her appeal of a nine-year prison term for cocαine possession.

She was found guilty on August 4 after Russian police claimed they discovered cannabis oil-filled vape cartridges in her luggage at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport. Her defense attorneys claimed she had received a cannabis prescription for pαin. The WNBA player claimed she packed them accidentally and didn’t mean to do anything wrong.