Ayesha Curry, wife of NBA star Stephen Curry and a star in her own right, recently gave a talk at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa about her latest cookbook and new Food Network Show, “Ayesha’s Homemade.” You may think this has nothing to do with real estate, but it does if you’re a fan of either the Golden State Warriors or the Food Network.
The house in which the filming took place for the first season of the show is up for sale, giving the next owner the chance to cook in the kitchen that Ayesha Curry did – both for the show and her husband, Stephen Curry, the point guard for the Warriors who’s currently regarded as one of the greatest shooters in NBA history.
Let’s take a look at how these two stars live:
620 Sugarloaf Court, Walnut Creek – 3,700,000
5+ Bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 7,520 square feet.
The entryway of this home is as grand as the exterior. The Curry’s have extensively remodeled, and most of the interior decorations are from Restoration Hardware, which probably explains why I was so excited to write about this particular home…
Stepping down to the lower level, you can tell that these two play as hard as they work.
The master bedroom looks to be about the size of my first house – and far better decorated.
The rainfall showerhead is a must for anyone who works long hours; or an NBA all-star. According to the listing, the tub is a BainUltra therapeutic bathtub, which would be a huge plus for the athletic homebuyer.
Going strictly by the four pairs of Louboutin’s, this has to be Ayesha Curry’s half of a very impressive closet.
The home has a myriad of areas to sit down and relax, this small nook is one of them.
This casual, open dining area shows an open, comfortable area in which to enjoy meals – I get the idea that no one has ever felt rushed when eating.
And here’s the kitchen. This is the scene that the new homeowners will be able to watch on Food Network, even as they’re enjoying cooking up meals in their new house.
The living room has large picture windows that help accentuate the open, airy feeling.
Of course the guest bedroom has a flat screen TV and fireplace.
Cars are my second favorite thing, so this custom chair in the den that’s a really racing seat gets a huge nod of approval.
Another sitting area.
The guest room and guest bathroom are as well appointed as the rest of the house.
To get to the upper level, there’s a custom curved staircase.
When it’s time to have friends over to watch the game (any game, really. Or the premier of your new show…) a wet bar with granite counter tops will do nicely.
The game will look great in this living/media room.
If a guest doesn’t want a mixed drink, that’s okay – this house has a 2,000 bottle wine cellar. All you need to know is if they prefer red or white.
If the game gets too intense, you can carry your glass of wine out to the balcony to enjoy the view.
If you get too hungry to go downstairs, go ahead and barbecue outside.
In case this house seems too ‘adult’ – there is a kids room. A very nicely decorated one, but a kids room nonetheless.
This small living area looks like an additional apartment or in-law unit.
The in-law unit even has it’s own master bedroom…I wouldn’t be surprised if long term guests try to stay just a little bit longer…