Former Bay Area home of Stephen and Ayesha Curry on sale again

The Currys purchased the estate in June 2016 for $5.8 million. According to the listing by Woehrle Real Estate, the home went through a full remodel in 2017 that included updating the master bedroom, and adding lighting features and oak flooring.

 Former Bay Area home of Stephen and Ayesha Curry on sale again

The former home of Steph and Ayesha Curry in Alamo is on the market again, listed for $9.4 million.

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Woehrle Real Estate says the bathrooms and closets were also renovated, and the family included their own personal touches.

Daughter Riley Curry got her dream horse-themed playhouse in the backyard, a 20-foot creation built by Charmed Playhouses and documented on TLC’s “Playhouse Masters”. According to ABC News, the playhouse included a horse swing, ball pit, loft, slide, climbing wall and dog house for their pup. The initials “RR” for Riley and her sister, Ryan, are still emblazoned on the house.

 Former Bay Area home of Stephen and Ayesha Curry on sale again

The former Alamo home of Steph and Ayesha Curry features a custom-made horse-themed playhouse for daughters Riley and Ryan.

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Steph Curry’s passion for golf is well-known, so it was only natural that the remodel included installing a putting green in the backyard.

A room off the family room was Steph Curry’s barber shop with side-by-side mirrors and specialty lighting so the family could have haircuts at home, according to Woehrle Real Estate.

The kitchen was upgraded with a chef’s kitchen to accommodate the family’s lifestyle, and in particular for Ayesha Curry, who is a cookbook author and cooking TV personality.

 Former Bay Area home of Stephen and Ayesha Curry on sale again

The Currys added a chef’s kitchen that could accommodate Ayesha, who is a well-known cookbook author and cooking TV personality.

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The home also features French parterre gardens, an imported French limestone fountain, an infinity pool, numerous fruit trees and a dedicated shoe closet. It sits on 1.56 flat acres, which the real estate firm says is rare in Alamo.

The Currys sold the estate in January 2019 for $6.3 million.

Kellie Hwang is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: kellie.hwang@sfchronicle.com Twitter: @KellieHwang


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