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Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry moves across Atherton to $30M home

Seven-bedroom, nine-bath residence located near Lloyden Park neighborhood

The exterior of the historic Town Hall in Atherton on June 14, 2022. Photo by Magali Gauthier.

On the heels of news that Warriors star Stephen Curry sold his Atherton home in 2021 for $31.15 million, the website Dirt is reporting that he and wife Ayesha Curry bought a $30 million home near the Lloyden Park neighborhood in 2020.

The Currys bought the new seven-bedroom, nine-bath home, which spans more than 17,700-square-foot and is closer to the Lloyden Park neighborhood, in December 2020, according to Redfin. This was nine months before they sold the 7,500-square-foot residence in West Atherton.

The limited liability company that purchased the new home on a 1.7-acre lot is tied to the same wealth management firm that helped Curry buy his first Atherton home, records show.

The home was previously owned by Zehavi Sharone, a Silicon Valley executive who most recently serves as chair of the board at Flockta, an artificial intelligence software company.

Peninsula Custom Homes applied to work on a $500,000 remodeling project in 2021, records show.

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Curry quietly sold his first Atherton home, which was a smaller 7,500-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath home on a 1.2-acre lot, for $31.15 million in September 2021 to a video game company billionaire.

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Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry moves across Atherton to $30M home

Seven-bedroom, nine-bath residence located near Lloyden Park neighborhood

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Uploaded: Wed, Dec 7, 2022, 3:54 pm
Updated: Fri, Dec 9, 2022, 9:14 am

On the heels of news that Warriors star Stephen Curry sold his Atherton home in 2021 for $31.15 million, the website Dirt is reporting that he and wife Ayesha Curry bought a $30 million home near the Lloyden Park neighborhood in 2020.

The Currys bought the new seven-bedroom, nine-bath home, which spans more than 17,700-square-foot and is closer to the Lloyden Park neighborhood, in December 2020, according to Redfin. This was nine months before they sold the 7,500-square-foot residence in West Atherton.

The limited liability company that purchased the new home on a 1.7-acre lot is tied to the same wealth management firm that helped Curry buy his first Atherton home, records show.

The home was previously owned by Zehavi Sharone, a Silicon Valley executive who most recently serves as chair of the board at Flockta, an artificial intelligence software company.

Peninsula Custom Homes applied to work on a $500,000 remodeling project in 2021, records show.

Curry quietly sold his first Atherton home, which was a smaller 7,500-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath home on a 1.2-acre lot, for $31.15 million in September 2021 to a video game company billionaire.

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