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Warriors’ Steph Curry sells his home court in Orinda for $4.65 million

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Golden State Warriors star has sold his home in Orinda, Calif., for $4.65 million.
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Steph Curry may have fallen short in his bid for a second championship, but the Golden State Warriors star has emerged from the playoffs a clear winner in the real estate game.

Earlier this month, Curry sold his home in Orinda, Calif., for $4.65 million in a deal completed off-market. That’s $755,000 more than his reported asking price and, perhaps even better, $1.55 million more than he paid for the property three years ago.

Sitting on more than half an acre, the tree-topped estate centers on a Spanish-style main house that was built in 1963 and renovated in 2008. A front  yard swimming pool and spa, an outdoor kitchen, garden beds and a putting green fill the grounds.

Inside, the 4,700 square feet of interiors feature a contemporary yet classic feel. Arched doors and windows, beamed ceilings and elaborate fixtures are among details of note. Rich hickory wood floors create visual interest against hand-finished plaster walls.

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Formal living and dining rooms, an office/den, a family room with a wet bar, five bedrooms and five bathrooms lie within a single story. Two refrigerators, two dishwashers and a professional range highlight and over-the-top chef’s kitchen are included.

Curry has since moved on to Walnut Creek, Calif., where he and his wife, Ayesha, purchased an 8,000-square-foot home last year for $3.2 million.

The 28-year-old point guard helped the Warriors shatter numerous records this season enroute to his second Most Valuable Player award. The former first-round pick out of Davidson College averaged a league-best 30.1 points per game during the regular season and broke his own record of made three-pointers with 402 treys.

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neal.leitereg@latimes.com

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