NBA superstar, Steph Curry has quietly offloaded his California “dream home”, for US$31.2 million.
According to The Dirt, Singapore-based Chinese billionaire Forrest Li was the buyer, paying just US$150,000 more than the Golden State Warriors point guard spent on the mansion a little over three years ago.
The contemporary stucco and glass structure sits on more than an acre of land and is hidden behind large gates in the Silicon Valley hotspot of Atherton.
The house includes four bedrooms and six bathrooms across nearly 700sq m of open-plan living space.
Inside, the home is filled with neutral shades of white, grey and charcoal colours and was designed by Ken Linsteadt Architects.
The three-storey mansion offers formal living and dining rooms and a gourmet, eat-in kitchen.
Outside, the landscaped grounds have a pool with sundeck, plus a cabana with a fireplace and built-in barbecue.
There’s also a small guesthouse and detached three-car garage with a loft-style living space.
It’s not clear at this stage where the basketballer and his wife Ayesha will be moving, but Curry did recently purchase a Florida vacation home near Orlando.