Atherton, CA – The former Bay Area mansion of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha is back on the market after being sold for $31.2 million in an off-market deal last fall.
The custom-built, six-bedroom home is now listed for $8.9 million and boasts 30-foot ceilings, heated Italian wood floors, double-sided fireplaces, a high-tech theater, a wine cellar, a billiards room, and a seven-car garage.
Recently, the Currys have become part of a housing controversy in their town of Atherton.
The couple swapped homes with another Atherton couple and objected to a proposed housing development that included 348 homes.
Ayesha has spoken against the development, claiming it would destroy the “charm” of the town, and has shown support for a petition to reject it.
Many residents have argued the project would bring more traffic, reduce property values, and increase renters in the area.
The Currys initially purchased the home in 2015 for $5.775 million and remodeled it to include new features such as a gym, spa, cabana, and waterfall.
The housing development proposal has raised questions about how Atherton will meet its mandated housing requirements.
The town has faced opposition from the community to previous housing projects aimed at creating low-income housing since 2006.
With the Currys’ home back on the market, it remains unclear what will happen with the proposed housing development and how it will affect the housing situation in Atherton.