With a new four-year, $48 million contract in hand, this Golden State Warrior can afford the finer things in life, including a luxury home in the Oakland hills.
While teammate Steph Curry eyes a Bay Area penthouse flip, this All-Star swingman is settling into his new surroundings nicely with a new home purchase. He recently paid $1.84 million for a Mediterranean contemporary home in Berkeley, Calif.
Located in Claremont Hills, the same affluent suburb where Oakland A’s manager Bob Melvin bought a home in February, the 2001 build offers five bedrooms, five bathrooms and nearly 5,000 square feet of living space. The home features a chef’s kitchen and a 5.1-kilowatt solar installation, and each of its three floors open onto balconies with unobstructed views of the Bay Bridge and water.
After beginning his career in Philadelphia, he was sent to the Denver Nuggets prior to the 2012 season in a three-team trade that brought Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers and delivered Andrew Bynum to Philadelphia. He agreed to join the Warriors this past off-season, a signing that was later expanded into a three-team sign-and-trade deal involving the Nuggets and the Utah Jazz.
In addition to his new Bay Area spread, he owns a 3,400-square-foot home in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles, which he purchased in 2008. The Springfield, Ill., native also owns a trio of homes in the Chicago area.
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