MVP life: Steph Curry's house is for sale, so let's take a tour
Riley stole the show again Tuesday when her father Steph Curry accepted his second consecutive NBA MVP award.
But that's not all America's first family is up to these days (sorry, Obamas). The Currys also moved recently.
Now their old house is up for sale, giving the rest of us a rare glimpse into the day-to-day life of an NBA superstar.
Steph and wife Ayesha lived in Oakland after he first joined the Warriors in 2009, before moving later to suburban Orinda. That's the house for sale now, with the family having just moved on again to bigger Bay Area digs.
The home with a price tag pushing $4 million is described by its selling agents as "an incomparable Spanish hacienda rebuilt in 2008 by Mark Bohon, an award-winning local builder. The gated home sits on a tranquil lakeside parcel studded with mature oak trees and a hobby vineyard just down the road from Orinda Country Club."
Oh my. Tell me more. But first, let's check out these photos.
Here's more flowery description via Caldecott Properties: Its a "modern interpretation of a classic European architectural style blends old world craftsmanship with open California living. The exterior features classic Mediterranean characteristics like a red tiled roof, white stucco exterior with ivy clad entry, oversized transom French doors, copper gutters & downspouts and spacious tiled patios & balconies."
The 4,735 square-foot home has "5+" bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and sits on a .68-acre lot. It was originally built in 1963, and rebuilt in 2008.
Fancy, fancy, FANCY.
Curry and the Golden State Warriors look to finish off the Portland Trail Blazers in the Western Conference semifinasl tonight at 10:30 p.m. EST.
Meanwhile, for more details on the house, you can check out caminosobrante.com.