Life is pretty good for reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry, who, after capping his 2014-15 season with a championship over some guy named LeBron James in June, just scored himself a ridiculous 7,900-square-foot mansion in San Francisco’s East Bay for $3.2 million.
The home, which sits on about an acre of land, was built in 2012 and includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms, four fireplaces, an entire lower level that’s made for entertaining, complete with a media and billiards rooms, a 2,300-bottle wine cellar and full bar—you know, to hold all of his champagne after big-time accomplishments.
With the master suite in a completely separate part of the house, Steph and his wife will feel like a king and queen, secluded from anyone else who might be visiting.
Via LATimes and Realtor.com, check out some of the pics of the MVPs pad:
After coming onto the market in April with a $3.988 million price tag, Steph was able to land the palace way off the property’s asking price, which had previously sold for $2.5 million in 2014.
Curry is in an insane stretch with his Dubs that have seen them get off to a 15-0 start, which matches the best start to a season in NBA history, with the two-time All-Star tearing it up, so, should he keep this up, he’ll be upgrading to an even bigger place in the next few years—’cause ol’ boy is straight hoopin’!